Latest Stabbing Stories
Engineers at the University of Leicester have for the first time created a way of measuring how much force is used during a stabbing using a broken bottle.
Police in Palm Springs, Fla., say four men were stabbed after a fight broke out involving rappers competing at a local strip club. Palm Springs Police Department Capt.
Illinois linebacker Martez Wilson was in stable condition at Carle Foundation Hospital in Urbana following an undisclosed incident. Sports information director Kent Brown did not give details about Wilson's injury, but Champaign police were investigating a stabbing at a campus bar early Friday morning. Like Brown, police refused to say if Wilson was the victim. Lt.
A 16-YEAR-OLD boy was stabbed to death early today. Emergency crews were called to Moston Lane, in Harpurhey, Manchester, at 2.15am following reports of an injured boy.
REDLANDS - Two teens were charged Thursday night in a racially motivated assault after a stabbing victim showed up at a hospital emergency room.
By EMILY COOK INJURIES inflicted by gun and knife crime are costing the NHS more than pounds 3 million a year, a study has revealed. Stabbings accounted for almost three-quarters of penetrative injuries with an average of pounds 7,196 per victim.
ANTI-KNIFE crime campaigners attacked the internet site Facebook today for allowing a "disgusting" knifing game. Members of the social networking site have been using a blade icon to virtually "shank" - a street term meaning stab - other users.
The number of assault victims needing emergency hospital treatment has soared by 30 per cent in four years - and Yorkshire is among the worst affected areas, a new report says.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Two women tourists were stabbed near Times Square in New York and a man knifed in a separate subway attack early on Wednesday, police and prosecutors said. The attacks followed a stabbing on Tuesday of a tourist from Texas on a subway train on the city's Upper West Side.
HAMILTON, Bermuda (Reuters) - Bermuda's government passed a law on Wednesday that would imprison people for at least three years for carrying machetes and similar bladed weapons in public to stem rising gang violence in the British territory.
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