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Police arrest an attacker who carries a scissors in Paris this morning, and is believed to appear in the photo

An attacker with scissors stabbed a postman in the throat and tried to cut others in Paris, according to local media.

Police shot the suspect after he was called to Rue de la Roquette in the Place de la Bastille in the French capital this morning, France 3 television reported.

It occurs less than 12 hours after a man carrying child immigration documents ripped through the city.

Police arrest an attacker who carries a scissors in Paris this morning, and is believed to appear in the photo

Police arrest an attacker who carries a scissors in Paris this morning, and is believed to appear in the photo

The attacker, who is more than 30 years old, stabbed three people in front of a movie theater in the northeast of the city just before 11 p.m. M., Fled and then stabbed four more before being arrested.

At one point, petanque players threw metal balls at the man in an attempt to disarm him, hitting him four times in the head, but could not stop him.

"He is unconscious in the Paris hospital and has not spoken since the attack, but he was carrying migratory documents issued to an Afghan minor," said a source close to the investigation.

The evidence lies on the sidewalk while police secure the area in Paris where people were stabbed last night

The evidence lies on the sidewalk while police secure the area in Paris where people were stabbed last night

The evidence lies on the sidewalk while police secure the area in Paris where people were stabbed last night

Police investigators work at the site after seven people were injured in a knife attack in Paris on Sunday night, which authorities said was unlikely to be related to terrorism.

Police investigators work at the site after seven people were injured in a knife attack in Paris on Sunday night, which authorities said was unlikely to be related to terrorism.

Police investigators work at the site after seven people were injured in a knife attack in Paris on Sunday night, which authorities said was unlikely to be related to terrorism.

The officers said that the man attacked strangers during his attack, but that there is no link with terror at this stage.

"It might be an Afghan or Pakistani adult who uses the documents illegally," the source added.

"One of the English victims was stabbed in the chest, while the other was also seriously injured, both of them remain in the hospital together with two others who are in a very serious situation."

French police officers at the scene where a man attacked and injured people in the streets

French police officers at the scene where a man attacked and injured people in the streets

French police officers at the scene where a man attacked and injured people in the streets

The attacker, who was armed with a knife and an iron bar, stabbed three people in front of a movie theater on the banks of a canal in the northeast of the city.

The people who played petanque, a popular sport in France also known as petanque, saw the attack and threw metal balls at the attacker.

He was hit in the head by approximately four of the balls but this could not stop him and he fled, cornering the two British tourists before stabbing them.

"They were told, be careful, he has a knife, but they did not react, these tourists were attacked," a witness told Le Figaro.

Both were stabbed before a plainclothes police officer intervened, and then a night patrol helped him arrest the man.

A spokesman for the British Foreign Office confirmed that "two Britons were among the people attacked" in an area near the Gare du Nord, the Eurostar railway center, where high-speed trains travel to London.

He is well known for his immigrant communities, many of them Afghan, sleeping rough while trying to reach the United Kingdom to apply for asylum.

Some are minors who travel alone, although adults are known to pretend to be children in the hope of getting priority treatment from the authorities.

A security guard in one of the two movie theaters on both sides of the Ourcq Canal said he saw a man who had already assaulted people being chased by two other men who tried to stop him.

"He had an iron rod in his hand that threw the men who were chasing him, then he took out a knife," he told AFP.

According to a judicial source, a police investigation was initiated for attempted murder.

All the victims were transferred to local hospitals, where their conditions were described as "serious but not life threatening". It is not believed that the attacker was seriously injured by the officers.

A map shows the location of the attack in Paris, where a man with a knife wounded seven people

A map shows the location of the attack in Paris, where a man with a knife wounded seven people

A map shows the location of the attack in Paris, where a man with a knife wounded seven people

Police secure the area after seven people were injured in a knife attack in central Paris

Police secure the area after seven people were injured in a knife attack in central Paris

Police secure the area after seven people were injured in a knife attack in central Paris

Police investigators work on the scene after seven people were injured in the knife attack

Police investigators work on the scene after seven people were injured in the knife attack

Police investigators work on the scene after seven people were injured in the knife attack

Police investigators work on the scene after seven people were injured in the knife attack

Police investigators work on the scene after seven people were injured in the knife attack

Police investigators work on the scene after seven people were injured in the knife attack

A French police officer talks to a man at the scene where a man attacked and injured people

A French police officer talks to a man at the scene where a man attacked and injured people

A French police officer talks to a man at the scene where a man attacked and injured people

A policeman in Paris and a vehicle on the scene where a man injured seven people on Sunday

A policeman in Paris and a vehicle on the scene where a man injured seven people on Sunday

A policeman in Paris and a vehicle on the scene where a man injured seven people on Sunday

It is the last of several knife attacks that France has seen in recent months, with terrorism ruled out in most cases.

On August 23, a man stabbed his mother and sister to death and seriously injured another person in a town near Paris before being shot to death by police.

The reason for the violence was not clear despite the fact that the Islamic State (IS) group claimed that it was an attack by one of its fighters in response to the propaganda of the terrorist organization.

Authorities said the 36-year-old man had serious mental health problems and had been on a terrorist watch list since 2016.

That attack came days after an Afghan asylum seeker was arrested in the city of Perigueux by a drunken assault with a knife in which four people were injured, one of them seriously.

Police said investigators had ruled out "very quickly" a terrorist motive after the Aug. 13 incident.

And on June 17, two people were injured in another southern city when a woman who shouted "Allahu akbar" (God is the best) attacked them in a supermarket with a knife cut.

France has been on high alert after a series of jihadist attacks in recent years, often by people who have become radicalized or who claim to have acted on behalf of the IS group.

More than 240 people have been killed by Islamist extremists since a massacre in the Charlie Hebdo satirical magazine in Paris in January 2015.

The scene in Paris where the police responded to an attacker who injured seven people last night

The scene in Paris where the police responded to an attacker who injured seven people last night

The scene in Paris where the police responded to an attacker who injured seven people last night

The aftermath of the attack in Paris in which four people were reportedly seriously injured

The aftermath of the attack in Paris in which four people were reportedly seriously injured

The aftermath of the attack in Paris in which four people were reportedly seriously injured

A police vehicle on the scene after seven people were injured by the knife in Paris

A police vehicle on the scene after seven people were injured by the knife in Paris

A police vehicle on the scene after seven people were injured by the knife in Paris

The French police carry out their investigations in the street after the uproar on Sunday night

The French police carry out their investigations in the street after the uproar on Sunday night

The French police carry out their investigations in the street after the uproar on Sunday night

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