Four wounded in Taiwan subway knife attack


TAIPEI: An unemployed man wielding a kitchen knife wounded four people in an attack on the subway in Taiwan’s capital, just over a year after another stabbing spree left four dead and more than 20 injured, police said Tuesday. The attack on an escalator at a Taipei Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) station late Monday left three women and a man with knife wounds. Television footage showed the attacker being bundled to the ground inside the MRT station by three security guards. Police are holding 27-year-old Kuo Yen-chun over Monday night’s attack at central Zhongshan station.



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