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Man stabs duo

Aqela Susu
Wednesday, August 16, 2017

"HE was a happy man and none of us could believe the news of what he did. It hurts a lot because he did not share with us about what he was going through."

These were the words of Reverend Apenisa Rabai of Penueli Fijian Methodist Church in Brisbane, Australia, where Saliceni Kaloudrau was a member of the congregation member.

According to Nine News in Australia, Mr Kaloudrau allegedly attacked and repeatedly stabbed his 37-year-old former partner early on Monday morning after breaking into her house. His former partner's 18-year-old son jumped in to defend her, but was also injured in the attack at their Forest Lake home in Brisbane.

They are admitted in hospital.

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