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MALE (Reuters) - Maldives police on Thursday arrested three men over the stabbing of two Chinese nationals and an Australian, and were probing their suspected links with Islamic State, officials said.
(Reuters) - A man who was shot dead by police after stabbing two people on a busy street in south London on Sunday was identified as Sudesh Amman, a former convict who was recently released after serving a prison sentence for terrorist offences, a European counterterrorism official said.
LONDON (Reuters) - A man shot dead after stabbing two people on a busy street in south London on Sunday in what police described as a terrorist incident is Sudesh Amman, a former convict who was recently released from prison.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - On a windy January night in Brooklyn, a young Jewish woman wary of rising anti-Semitism in her city threw a man who had confronted her to the sidewalk.
(Reuters) - The man accused of stabbing at least five people in a machete rampage at the home of a Hasidic rabbi during a Hanukkah celebration is due to face federal hate crime charges in White Plains, New York, on Monday.
GEORGE TOWN (Bernama): The suspect who stabbed his neighbour 10 times while robbing her in an elevator at the Taman Sri Damai flats in Jelutong last Wednesday (Jan 8) is in police custody.
YOKOHAMA: A Japanese man accused of stabbing 19 disabled people to death pleaded not guilty in a dramatic trial session interrupted when he seemed to put something in his mouth, struggled with court officials and lay on the floor writhing.
TOKYO (AFP): The man accused of the 2016 murder of 19 disabled people a a Japanese care home goes on trial Wednesday (Jan 8) in a case that ranks among the country's worst mass killings.
BANDA ACEH, Indonesia (AFP): An Indonesian caught trying to sell the skin of a critically endangered Sumatran tiger has been arrested, police said Monday (Jan 6), highlighting the problem of animal trafficking in the Southeast Asian country.
SALZBURG, Austria (Reuters) - Austria's Greens on Saturday formally approved a coalition deal with conservatives led by Sebastian Kurz, backing their leader's argument that it would keep the far right out of power and bring ambitious environmental reforms despite misgivings.