The Associated Press Staff. MOSCOW -- A gunman launched an attack on a school in the Russian city of Kazan that left at least nine people dead Tuesday -- including seven youngsters -- and sent students hiding under their desks or running out of the building. The attacker, identified only as a year-old, was arrested, officials said. They gave no immediate details on a motive. But Russian media said the gunman was a former student at the school who called himself "a god" on his account on the messaging app Telegram and promised to "kill a large amount of biomass" on the morning of the shooting. He said students hid under their desks at their teacher's direction, though one jumped out of a window.
Several killed and others injured in school shooting in Russian city of Kazan
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