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WASHINGTON (AP) Metro says a man and woman have been injured in a domestic dispute at the Shaw station in northwest D.C.

Metro spokeswoman Taryn McNeil says the man struck the woman and then she stabbed him in the arm Friday morning. McNeil says they were both hospitalized with injuries.

She says the man and woman will both face assault charges.

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