Canada: Police charge 2 suspects, still at large, after stabbing rampage
06 September 2022 | 11:22 am
Authorities have named two suspects, who remained on the run after killing 10 people and injuring at least 18. The crime has rocked the Indigenous community in rural Saskatchewan.
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