In Japan, the credit card company employee shot colleagues

In Japan an employee of one of the credit organizations opened fire on colleagues. On Wednesday, February 15, reports TASS with reference to the police of Ibaraki Prefecture.

The incident occurred in the town of Kamisu in the office. As a result of firing one person was killed, another was wounded. The assailant fled in a car, a firearm he took with him. Now the police conducts its searches.

According to Japanese law, a permit to purchase firearms in the country can not be obtained, and its possession is a criminal offense.

At the end of January in Istanbul, unidentified men opened fire on visitors of the restaurant. As a result one person was lost, two more got wounds. It was reported that the attack was not a terrorist attack: one of the visitors to the shooter learned man, 12 years ago, shot dead his father, decided to take revenge and killed the alleged offender.