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Multiple fatalities recorded in mass stabbing

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Multiple people were killed in a mass stabbing at a Belgian restaurant Wednesday.

Police closed off the street in Moresnet-Chapelle where the stabbing occurred. Emergency response teams are at the scene treating the victims.

Plombières Mayor Thierry Wimmer stated that there were “multiple fatalities,” while local news outletts stated that at least three people had been killed. At least one victim was flown to the hospital in a medical helicopter.

Mayor Wimmer stated that the stabbing was not related to terrorism.

“Unfortunately, a tragedy occurred on August 22 in Moresnet-Chappelle,” Wimmer said. “This act is not terrorist in nature and belongs to the private sphere. There is no danger for the population.”

Several witnesses reported that the stabber was a former friend of one of the victims.

 

 

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Gunman killed a Police officer and two others in Chicago hospital

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The State Police has expressed dismay on the death of a police officer, a doctor and a new graduated pharmacist who were killed by a gunman.



adding that the shooter lost his life after an exchange of gunfire but still not clear weather he shoot himself nor the police officer shot him.

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The gunman was seen arguing with doctor Tamara O’Neal, who had been his ex-fiance before shooting her and turning his gun to others.

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The director of hospital’s emergency department, Dr Patrick Conner has condemned the attack and paid tribute to all the victims.

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He praised the courage and brave effort of the officer who lost his life in an exchange of fire with the gunman, stating that he died a hero by running into the danger to save others.

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France to be more cautious with Renault after Nissan’s Ghosn case

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President Emmanuel Macron on Monday said France would be extremely vigilant about the fate of Renault and its alliance with Nissan after the arrest of the French auto group’s boss Carlos Ghosn in Japan.

Macron, speaking at a news conference in Brussels with Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel at the start of a two-day state visit said: “It is too early to comment on the facts.”



But he went on to add that the French state, as a Renault shareholder, “will be extremely vigilant as to the stability of the alliance and the group.

Ghosn, one of the world’s best-known businessmen, was reportedly under arrest in Japan on Monday in a shocking fall from grace linked to allegations of financial misconduct.

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Japanese media said Ghosn had been arrested after questioning by prosecutors for various improprieties including under-reporting his income.

The news rocked the auto industry, where Ghosn is a towering figure credited with turning around several major manufacturers and who leads an alliance of Nissan, Renault and Mitsubishi.

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The news rocked the auto industry, where Ghosn is a towering figure credited with turning around several major manufacturers and who leads an alliance of Nissan, Renault and Mitsubishi.

Macron said his government would give “all its support” to employees of Renault, one of France’s most emblematic companies.

Meanwhile, on Tuesday Macron will visit a tech hub in the Brussels district of Molenbeek, home to many of the Islamic State jihadists who carried out the 2015 Paris attacks.

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