An armed policeman is seen at the Turku Market Square, where several people were stabbed, Turku, Finland August 18, 2017. LEHTIKUVA/Roni Lehti via REUTERS
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Two people were killed and six were injured in a stabbing spree in the Finnish city of Turku Friday, police said, after officers shot one suspect and warned several others could still be at large.Two dead and six injured," Turku police tweeted after the assault in a market square. Police shot one suspect in the leg and arrested him. Police have refused to comment on whether the stabbing may have been terrorism-related.In June, Finland's intelligence and security agency Supo raised the country's terror threat level by a notch, from "low" to "elevated," the second notch on a new four-tier scale.Friday afternoon, police in western Germany say they are searching for up to three men who ran away after a stabbing that left one person dead and another injured.
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