Students injured in Tokyo stabbing incident during entrance exams: Reports

15/1/2022 9:30:00 AM

Students injured in Tokyo stabbing incident during entrance exams: Reports

Students injured in Tokyo stabbing incident during entrance exams: Reports

TOKYO: Several high school students sitting their university entrance exam in Tokyo were wounded on Saturday (Jan 15) in an apparent knife attack, Japanese media said. Public broadcaster NHK said three people were conscious after being injured in the morning when another student attacked them with a b

TOKYO: Several high school students sitting their university entrance exam in Tokyo were wounded on Saturday (Jan 15) in an apparent knife attack, Japanese media said.Public broadcaster NHK said three people were conscious after being injured in the morning when another student attacked them with a bladed object as they gathered to take their entrance exam.

The alleged assailant, a 17-year old high school student, was arrested, the Asahi newspaper said.Half a million high school students across Japan are taking the annual university entrance exams this weekend in hundreds of venues across the country.Tokyo's Metropolitan Police Department said it could not comment on the details of the attack nor confirm any arrests.

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Japanese students injured in stabbing during entrance examsTOKYO - Several high school students sitting their university entrance exam in Tokyo were wounded on Saturday (Jan 15) in an apparent knife attack, Japanese media said. Public broadcaster NHK said three people were conscious after being injured in the morning when another student attacked them with a bladed object as they gathered to take their entrance exam at University...

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LinkedIn TOKYO: Several high school students sitting their university entrance exam in Tokyo were wounded on Saturday (Jan 15) in an apparent knife attack, Japanese media said.The alleged assailant, a 17-year-old high school student, was arrested.Two men, aged 26 and 28, were arrested for their suspected involvement in a case of voluntarily causing hurt with dangerous weapon.Mohammad Rosli Abdul Rahim fatally stabbed his flatmate in 2017 during a quarrel over rent.

Public broadcaster NHK said three people were conscious after being injured in the morning when another student attacked them with a bladed object as they gathered to take their entrance exam. The alleged assailant, a 17-year old high school student, was arrested, the Asahi newspaper said. Public broadcaster NHK said three people were conscious after being injured in the morning when another student attacked them with a bladed object as they gathered to take their entrance exam at University of Tokyo. Half a million high school students across Japan are taking the annual university entrance exams this weekend in hundreds of venues across the country. According to the statement by the Police, at about 10:30am on Jan. Tokyo's Metropolitan Police Department said it could not comment on the details of the attack nor confirm any arrests. According to local media reports, the suspect was also responsible for a fire at the nearby Todaimae station on Saturday morning. A man moves a bicycle as police officers inspect the site where a stabbing incident happened at an entrance gate of Tokyo University in Tokyo, Japan Jan 15, 2022. The court heard that Rosli had been homeless and sleeping in the rough around November 2016, but found a roof over his head after Mr Roslan approached him to split the rent on the flat.

(Photo: Reuters/Issei Kato) Police officers inspect the site where a stabbing incident happened at an entrance gate of Tokyo University in Tokyo, Japan Jan 15, 2022. Tokyo's Metropolitan Police Department said it could not comment on the details of the attack nor confirm any arrests. One of the men, who was allegedly armed with a knife, purportedly attacked the victim from behind. (Photo: Reuters/Issei Kato) Violent crimes are exceedingly rare in Japan, but there have been a spate of knife attacks by assailants unknown to the victims. In October, a man dressed in Batman's Joker costume stabbed more than a dozen people on a train carriage in Tokyo, sending passengers screaming down the aisles of train carriages and scrambling out of windows to escape. In November last year, a 14-year-old junior high school boy in central Japan died after being stabbed by another student in the same school. A few months earlier, a man wounded several people in a knife attack on a Tokyo commuter train. Arrested within nine hours In the statement, the police said that preliminary investigations showed that the attack was believed to be planned, and further investigations are ongoing. Source: Reuters/mi . A few months earlier, a man wounded several people in a knife attack on a Tokyo commuter train. The two visitors fled the unit on witnessing the attack.