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Chinese man arrested after fatal bus rampage kills nine


A man has been arrested on suspicion of killing nine people after he allegedly stabbed his boss, stole a bus then crashed it, Chinese media reported.

Reports said the man, a bus dispatcher in the northern city of Tianjin, had an argument with his employer and allegedly stabbed him with a dagger.

He then stole the bus, deliberately driving it into people on the street, official state media Xinhua reported.

He was caught by police after ramming his bus into three police cars.

Four police officers were injured, reports said.

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