Shooting incident at Finnish school, police say

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - COPENHAGEN, April 2 A shooting incident took place at a school in Vantaa in Finland early today, Finnish police said in a statement.

Police are at the scene investigating the incident. Bystanders are asked to stay away from the area and indoors. The door should not be opened to strangers, the police said in a statement. — Reuters

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