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Berlin: Turkish men involved in 3 knife attacks leaving four injured and one dead

Berlin - three knife attacks, four injured, at least two of them severe, one dead (25) - sad result of a brutal night in Berlin and Brandenburg.

On Saturday evening, at around 6.30 p.m., a dispute between four men of Turkish origin in front of a kebab shop in Perleberg, Brandenburg, said a spokeswoman for the North Police Department.

For what reasons the two later victims (25 and 30 years old) got into an argument with their tormentors (32 and 35 years old) is still unclear.

In the following fight on the street, the 25-year-old was fatally injured with a knife. Two other men were injured.

The police were later able to provisionally arrest two suspects, aged 32 and 35. According to the information, an arrest warrant has now been issued against the 32-year-old, he is in custody.

A few hours later, at around 0.30 am on Sunday morning, a seriously injured man in Berlin-Lichtenberg, whose identity could not yet be finally clarified, was found bleeding heavily on a staircase near Lichtenberg train station, the police said on Sunday.

According to initial information, the seriously injured man is said to have been stabbed in the back. He was immediately operated on in a hospital. The injured person was initially unable to provide any information about the crime scene and suspects.

In the Brandenburg town of Eberswalde (Barnim district), a man was also stabbed and seriously injured on Sunday night. Around 1:45 a.m., the attempted homicide is said to have occurred in Friedrich-Ebert-Strasse.

Source: Bild
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