Ex-employee kills 19 in Japan care home knife attack

'Keep Out' police tape blocks the entrance to the Tsukui Yamayuri En, a care centre at Sagamihara city in Japan's Kanagawa prefecture, on July 26, 2016A man who had threatened attacks on disabled people went on a knife rampage Tuesday at the care centre where he previously worked, leaving 19 people dead in Japan’s worst mass killing for decades. Authorities identified the attacker as Satoshi Uematsu and said he had worked at the care centre for mentally disabled people in Sagamihara, a city of more than 700,000 people west of Tokyo, until February.

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