Italian anti-terrorism police said on Friday that they were investigating a man who stabbed a police officer and two soldiers at Milan's main train station for alleged terrorist ties.
20-year-old Ismail Tommaso Ben Yosef Hosni refused on the request of the security personnel to produce documents, and then attacked them with a knife.
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None of the three reported life-threatening injuries, but all three had to be taken to a local hospital.
Video released by police showed the injured officers taking hold of Hosni and pushing him to the ground before other patrol staff intervened. The Italian news agency ANSA says a Facebook page that appears to be Hosni's praises the Islamic State group in several posts.
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Military and police injured hospitalized.
Hosni, who has dual Italian and Tunisian nationality and was born in Milan, was arrested after the attack and faces possible attempted murder charges.
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The other soldier was treated for injuries to his neck, arm and torso, and the policeman for a wound to his right arm.