Sette morti in un attacco di coltello nel nord-est della Cina

Almeno sette persone sono state uccise domenica mattina da un aggressore armato di coltello nel nord-est della Cina, secondo i media statali.

Altre sette persone sono rimaste ferite nell'attacco nella città di Kaiyuan, in Liaoning province, state broadcaster CCTV segnalato.
A single suspect surnamed Yang has been arrested and police are investigating the case, the Kaiyuan municipal public security bureau said in a dichiarazione.
The police did not mention the motive of the attack, or details on the suspect or the casualties. CCTV segnalato that a police officer who helped subdue the suspect was among the injured.
    UN video posted by the state-run Beijing News on Chinese social media showed two police officersone of them wielding a broomconfronting the suspect and tackling him to the ground.
    Knife attacks in public are not uncommon in China.
    Nel mese di giugno, 37 children and two adults were ferito by a knife attacker at an elementary school in the southwestern Guangxi region.
    In ottobre 2018, a woman wielding a kitchen knife slashed almeno 14 children at a kindergarten in the central city of Chongqing.
    Nine students were killed at a middle school in Shaanxi province in April 2018 by a 28-year-old man who was later sentenced to death.
      Nel 2017, 11 students were injured after a man climbed over the wall of a kindergarten with a knife and began attacking them.
      But perhaps the worst spate of stabbings occurred in 2010, which included a period of three consecutive days in which attackers targeted schools. China’s Ministry of Education responded to those events by ordering schools to strengthen security and bar strangers from entering campuses.

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