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Papua New Guinea

Student attacks Crimean college

Officials in Crimea say an 18-year-old student is responsible for carrying out an attack on his college in the city of Kerch that killed at least 19 people.
The gunman, Vladislav Roslyakov, burst into Kerch Polytechnic College in the Black Sea region of Crimea, set off a bomb in the cafeteria, and went through the building shooting anyone he saw, officials and the college’s director said.
Roslyakov, turned up at the college in the city of Kerch on Wednesday afternoon carrying a firearm and then began shooting, investigators said.
The body of the fourth-year student was later found in the college’s library with what they said were self-inflicted gunshot wounds.
Russian media published CCTV photos of an armed Roslyakov walking through the school in a white t-shirt, with a shotgun in his hands and wearing gloves.
His mother, a nurse, was helping to treat victims at a local hospital after the shootings, unaware at the time that her son was accused of the rampage and was already dead.
Fifty-three people were wounded, including 12 in serious condition.
Russian President Vladimir Putin told reporters in Moscow that investigators were trying to work out the motive for the fatal attack.
Russia annexed Crimea from Ukraine in 2014, prompting international condemnation and Western sanctions, but since then there have been no major outbreaks of violence there.
“He was walking around and shooting students and teachers in cold blood,” said Sergei Aksyonov, the regional leader in Crimea.
Many of the victims from Wednesday’s attacks were teenage students who suffered shrapnel and bullet wounds.

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