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7 People Injured In Paris Knife Attack

A man reportedly charged pedestrians walking along a street late Sunday. A witness told the BBC that a group of people playing pétanque chased the man but wasn't able to stop him.

Updated at 3:55 p.m. ET

Seven people were injured when a man wielding a knife and iron bar attacked people on a street in Paris late Sunday, according to news reports citing local police.

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