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The knife-pelting incident in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan has once again caught the attention of the world. Here 10 people were stabbed to death after a dispute between two communities. 15 people have also been injured in this heart-wrenching incident.

However, this is not the first time that such a major incident of knife pelting has come to the fore. Like the gun culture in America, there are many countries where knife-wielding has become a common practice. This is also a big problem for the governments there. According to some reports, China is at the forefront of such incidents. Let’s know about those incidents of knife-wielding, which shook the world…

On March 1, 2014, this massacre that took place in Kanming, the capital of China’s Greece province, stunned everyone. A group of eight men and women attacked the crowd at a railway station here. 31 people died in this incident. While 141 people were injured. The attackers were wearing the same black clothes.

On July 26, 2016, 19 people were killed in this knife attack at Sagamihara in Tokyo, Japan. Here a center made for disabled people was attacked. 26 people were injured in this incident. The attacker surrendered before the police after the attack.

Eight people were killed and 48 others were injured in the attack on 3 June 2017 in London around 10 pm. Five members of the police force were also injured during the incident. Three attackers were arrested in this incident. To stop them, the police had fired 46 rounds.

Well-known writer Salman Rushdie was also subjected to a similar attack in New York. The attacker inflicted multiple blows on him in 20 seconds. He was arrested soon thereafter. The attacker was identified as Hadi Matar.

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The knife-pelting incident in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan has once again caught the attention of the world. Here 10 people were stabbed to death after a dispute between two communities. 15 people have also been injured in this heart-wrenching incident.

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