Police detained a man after he screamed at a national service commemorating the Netherlands' war dead in Amsterdam, Friday, May 4, 2018. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)
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Dutch police were Sunday investigating a broad daylight stabbing in the center of The Hague which left three people in a serious condition in hospital.The Dutch public broadcaster NOS however said the man was a Syrian, who lived in the city, but was not on a list of potential terror suspects.Both the police and city authorities said they could not confirm such reports, and mayor Pauline Krikke urged people "not to speculate" adding "the investigation must first be properly carried out".Police also said that videos of the attack and the man's comments formed part of their investigation.
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