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World15 killed in New Year knife rampage and arson attack in China

11:55  08 february  2019
11:55  08 february  2019 Source:   msn.com

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This section of the list of rampage killers contains those cases that occurred at kindergartens, schools and universities, as well as their affiliated buildings. If the perpetrator was a member of the school staff and the victims primarily his colleagues, the case is not included here

15 killed in New Year knife rampage and arson attack in China© Provided by AFP Violent crime has been on the rise as the Chinese economy has boomed in recent decades and the gap between rich and poor has widened rapidly

Fifteen people were killed in China on the night of the Lunar New Year in two family tragedies, after one man started a fire and another went on a knife rampage.

As people celebrated to welcome in the Year of the Pig Monday night, a man surnamed Lu set fire to the home of his brother in the northern province of Shaanxi, killing seven, according to police in the town of Baoji.

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In the evening of 1 March 2014, a terrorist attack occurred inside the Kunming Railway Station in Kunming, Yunnan, China . At around 9:20 p.m

A series of uncoordinated mass stabbings, hammer attacks , and cleaver attacks in the People's Republic of China began in March 2010. The spate of attacks left at least 25 dead and some 115 injured.

The brother, his wife, their fathers and their three children died in the blaze, police said on the Twitter-like Weibo platform.

A few hours after the incident police arrested the suspect, who had just tried to kill himself.

During the same night, a man surnamed Guo, who suspected his wife of adultery, stabbed eight people to death and injured seven in a village in the northwest province of Gansu, according to police in the commune of Baiyin.

The man, aged 49, has been arrested. The identities of the victims have not been released.

Knife attacks are common in China, where the carrying of firearms is strictly regulated.

Violent crime has been on the rise as the economy has boomed in recent decades and the gap between rich and poor has widened rapidly.

Studies have also described a rise in the prevalence of mental disorders, some of them linked to stress as the pace of life becomes faster and support systems wither.

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A man in Georgia allegedly locked his family inside a house and lit it on fire after his family argued about a square cheesy snack food. Jeremy Lamar Wyatt, 32, was taken into custody after the incident, WGCL-TV reported. MOTORCYCLE PASSENGER SPOTTED SHAVING LEGS WHILE IN TRAFFIC Wyatt, his brother, and their 61-year-old mother were at the home in Lithonia when they reportedly started to argue over a box of Cheez-Its. The man, reportedly drunk, "locked his brother and mother inside the home and began pouring gasoline on the front steps," according to the news station. He then allegedly lit the house on fire.

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