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Ireland Man injured in Dublin city centre stabbing

21:25  18 october  2019
21:25  18 october  2019 Source:   thejournal.ie

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a person holding a bag: (Stock picture) © 2011 Getty Images (Stock picture) GARDAÍ IN DUBLIN are investigating a stabbing incident in north Dublin this afternoon. 

A man was injured after he was stabbed in the Amiens Street area of Dublin 1 this afternoon.

a car driving on a city street: A section of Amiens Street in Dublin. © Google Maps A section of Amiens Street in Dublin. Gardaí are investigating the incident. 

A spokesman said: “Gardaí responded to a stabbing incident on Amien Street, Dublin on Friday 18th October at approximately 12.38pm. A male (30s) received injuries which are not life threatening. No arrests have been made at present. Investigation ongoing.”

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