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Attacker stabs a woman in the streets of Sydney

Australian police arrested a man who shouted "Allahu Akbar" on Tuesday afternoon, stabbed a woman and subsequently threatened others in the center of Sydney, Australia. According to witnesses of the incident before being neutralized, the subject attacked a woman, then jumped on a vehicle, armed with a knife shouting "Allahu Akbar" (God is the greatest) and "Shoot me!". Police confirmed the attacker's arrest and indicated that the victim was "stable." The aggressor, with a large kitchen knife, chased other people in the business district of Sydney, after stabbing a woman, so several pedestrians began to chase him and neutralized him before the action of the police. Some people report that a dead woman was also found in a nearby building, which could be related to this attack, however, the authorities have not confirmed this information. The Australian Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, condemned the violent attack, which he described as worrying, in addition to highlighting the courageous actions of those who managed to contain the attacker.

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