Man arrested after knife attack in Paris wounds 7: source

Four of the victims suffered severe wounds, the source said.

FILE: French police officers stand guard in front of the headquarters of French newspaper Liberation as editorial staff of French satirical weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo and Liberation meet, on 9 January 2015 in Paris, after a deadly attack that occurred on 7 January by armed gunmen on the Paris offices of Charlie Hebdo. Picture: AFP.

PARIS – French police detained a man who wounded seven people in a knife attack in downtown Paris late on Sunday, a judicial source said early on Monday, adding there was no initial indication the attack was linked to terrorism.

Four of the victims suffered severe wounds, the source said.