A knife-wielding man killed at least one person at the Saint-Charles train station in Marseille, France, before police killed the attacker, according to CNN affiliate BFM, which cited the city prosecutor's office as its source. French Interior Minister Gerard Collomb tweeted that he is on his way to the scene.


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