An eyewitness told Sky News she had seen several people covered in blood being treated by emergency services after an incident at a city centre hotel, and armed police on the scene, at around 1:15pm.
Detectives said they were not, for now, treating Saturday’s attack in the town of Reading as terrorism, though the counterterrorism unit is supporting the investigation. They said they were keeping an "open mind” about the motive.
One of the wounded is in critical condition in hospital. The attack took place at a shopping centre and on a road in Romans-sur-Isere before police apprehended the man at 11:00 am local time.
British police and media reports said that Conservative lawmaker David Amess was stabbed during a meeting with constituents in eastern England on Friday. A man has been arrested.
An Egyptian man known as Amir Farouk, 24 from the Egyptian city of Tanta was murdered by young men who lured him to the street near his house and tore his body after stabbing him 17 times with knives, due to previous dispute.
A 36-year-old Arab man was imprisoned and prosecuted on murder charges for stabbing his girlfriend to death for wanting to end their relationship.
An inebriated welder who stabbed his enemy roommate for locking him outside at night will spend two years behind bars, a court has ruled.
An Asian man was sentenced to life in prison by the Dubai Criminal Court for the premeditated murder of his wife, after he stabbed her 11 times at the entrance of their residential building in Dubai.
Authorities arrested a suspect in his 20s at the scene and were questioning him. Police did not identify the man or offer any immediate information about a potential motive. Police described the attack as "virtually an act of terrorism.”