Police in Scotland cordon off streets in Glasgow after targeted assault



 Police in Scotland have cordoned off streets in Glasgow after a man was stabbed in what police has described as a targeted attack, Scottish Television (STV) and the Daily Mail newspaper reported.

STV quoted a police inspector, Gareth Griffiths, as saying it was a “targeted assault and we do not believe there is a threat to the wider public”.

On Friday, six people, including a policeman, were stabbed at a hotel in the city centre before the attacker was shot dead in an incident the police said they were not treating as terrorism.

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