A migrant from Sudan was arrested for allegedly stabbing another man to death during an altercation at a metro station in Paris, France, according to reports.
The 29-year-old suspect was apprehended under suspicion of intentional homicide following the incident, which unfolded at around 10:20 p.m. on Saturday night.
A fight broke out between two men for unknown reasons on a platform at Bercy metro station in the French capital, Le Figaro reports.
“One stabbed the other,” a witness said.
The injured man “defended himself” by throwing his assailant onto the tracks.
However, the armed African reportedly climbed back onto the platform and charged the wounded man, delivering "a second stab in the abdomen."
The victim, who remains unidentified at the time of this writing, succumbed to his injuries.
"The suspect, born in 1992 and of Sudanese nationality, was arrested by the RATP Network Protection and Security Group (GPSR)," according to Le Figaro.
Judicial police have opened an investigation into "intentional homicide," according to the Paris prosecutor's office.
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