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Two killed after man with knife stabbed on school children in Japan

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Kawasaki: In a mass stabbing of school children with knife, at-least two killed and 17 injured after attacker today attacked at around 8:00 am morning early at the local Catholic School bus stop in Japan’s Kawasaki city.

According to local media attacker killed himself after shouting in Japanese that, “I am going to kill you.”

The Deputy Director of the Nippon Medical School Musashi Kosugi Hospital (NMSMKH) Kiyoshi Matsuda told reporters that, “12-year-old schoolgirl and a 39-year-old man had succumbed to their injuries.”

 

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Even though mass killing were rare in Japan, a man in his 50’s who seems to be suspected attacker died after turning knife on him and making 16 others injured during the incident.

With heartfelt condolences to victims Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe felt strong anger in such a gut-wrenching case.

 

Two killed after attacker with knife stabbed mass near school in Japan:

 

Mostly victims were elementary school girls who were waiting at a bus stop near Noborito Park in the city of Kawasaki when attacker began wounding them with knives after which he self-inflicted cut to the neck.

Although Police officials are unable to investigate his identity and motive behind such horrifying act but in process whereas after the emergency call in that area availability of emergency personals, police van, an orange medical tent and ambulances were immediately available.

 

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Today’s attack occurred on the last day of US President Trump’s visit in Japan along with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe over a military ship and greeting American troops.

US President Trump said, “On behalf of the first lady and myself, I want to take a moment to send our prayers and sympathies to the victims of the stabbing attack this morning in Tokyo.” adding to this he said, “All Americans stand with the people of Japan and grieve for the victims and for their families.”

 

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Bella Hadid is the world’s most beautiful woman

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Los Angeles: Supermodel Bella Hadid is the most beautiful woman in the world. At least, that’s what Greek mathematics says.

Scientists determining the most beautiful woman on the planet according to the “Golden Ratio of Beauty Phi Standards” have picked the Victoria’s Secret model’s face as the one that comes closest to perfection, reports goss.ie.

The “Golden Ratio of Beauty Phi” defines beauty in accordance to classic Greek calculations. Measurements of facial proportions are done going by standards that Greek scholars applied while trying to define beauty with scientific formula.

According to the “Golden Ratio” measurements, the 23-year-old was found to be a 94 per cent match to the ratio, a mathematical equation known as Beauty Phi devised by the ancient Greeks.

They calculated the perfect face shape, including the size and position of the lips, nose, chin and jawline – with Bella’s features most closely matching the ideal ratio.

The top ten list was compiled by a Harley Street clinic surgeon, Dr Julian De Silva, who used digital facial mapping to see how modern celebs matched up.

Bella came out on top with a 94.35 per cent match, although her sister, fellow supermodel Gigi Hadid, 24, failed to make the top ten.

In second place was Beyoncé was who was a 92.44 per cent match, and taking third place was Amber Heard with 91.85 per cent.

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