Emergency workers stand at a scene after a man, wielding a long knife, attempted to stab several people in Sydney, Australia, Aug. 13, 2019. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
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A knife-wielding man yelling "Allahu akbar," or "God is great," attempted to stab several people in Sydney Tuesday before being restrained by members of the public, with one person taken to a hospital, police and witnesses said.Witnesses said the man was carrying a 30-centimeter kitchen knife as he attempted to stab multiple people near a busy intersection in Australia's largest city.Wood said it appeared that the attack was unprovoked and the man had acted alone.A witness told reporters that the man was screaming comments about religion, before yelling to police that he wanted to be shot.
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