10 dead, 15 injured in stabbings in Canada’s Saskatchewan, say police

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police said in a press conference on Sunday that they are looking for two suspects



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Canadian police have said that 10 people died and at least 15 were sent to hospitals after stabbings in multiple locations in Saskatchewan, .

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police said in a press conference on Sunday that they are looking for two suspects. Alert issued for the suspects in random stabbings has been expanded to three provinces, Xinhua news agency reported.



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First Published: Mon, September 05 2022. 07:19 IST

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