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Melbourne incident: Man arrested after fire and stabbings

BBC News Friday, 9 November 2018
Police say a "small number of people" have suffered stab wounds in central Melbourne, Australia.
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News video: Huge Crowd Forms Outside Police Cordon on Bourke Street, Melbourne

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Thousands of shoppers and pedestrians at Bourke Street, Melbourne, were held back by police after a car burst into flames and several people were stabbed in the popular shopping precinct. This video shows police guarding the scene after the incident. The man who filmed this video, Todd Linton Gawn,...

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