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Hungarian citizen detained in knife attack in Poland

Six people were injured in a knife attack at dawn on Sunday in Gdansk, and a Hungarian citizen was one of two people detained in the case, according to a police spokesperson.

A 24-year-old Hungarian and a 30-year-old Polish citizen were detained, Magdalena Ciska said.

The six injured were hospitalised, and one has already been discharged.

The Hungarian consulate general told MTI that the investigation was ongoing, and police do not want to share detailed information for the time being. The case is not classified as a terrorist attack, but as “standard attempted murder”, an official of the consulate general said.

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