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  • London attacker named, was convicted of terrorism offences

    British police names the man who stabbed two people to death in London on Friday in what the authorities called a terrorist attack as 28-year-old Usman Khan, who had been convicted of terrorism offences and was released from prison last year.

  • Man held after crash near London museum, 11 injured

    Police arrest a man near London's Natural History Museum after his vehicle mounted the pavement and ploughed into pedestrians, injuring himself and 10 others in an apparent road traffic collision unrelated to terrorism.

  • Man drives van into crowd of Muslims

    A van ploughed into a crowd of Muslims near a London mosque early yesterday, leaving one person dead and injuring 10 others in the second terror attack this month in the British capital, reported AFP.

  • London attackers

    London attack trio failed clerk, pastry chef, flagged Italian

    Details emerge of the three London Bridge attackers: a Pakistan-born failed customer service clerk with links to one of Europe’s most prolific hate preachers, a Moroccan pastry chef whose partner said he once went swimming rather than see his daughter and an Italian national who told authorities he “wanted to be a terrorist.”

  • 3rd London attacker named

    The third Islamist militant who carried out an attack in London that killed seven people was a Moroccan-Italian called Youssef Zaghba, an Italian intelligence source says.

  • Murray pays on-court tribute to attack victims

    Andy Murray pays an emotional on-court tribute to the victims of the recent terror attacks in London and Manchester that left 29 people dead and scores injured.

  • UK PM May calls for beefed up terror response after London attack

    British Prime Minister Theresa May reacts to an attack that killed seven people in London by saying things cannot continue as they are and that the strategy for dealing with terrorism needs to be reviewed in four ways.

  • London attack: No Bangladeshis among victims

    No Bangladeshi nationals are among the victims of the suspected terrorist attack in central London Saturday night, Nadeem Quadir, minister (press) at Bangladesh High Commission in London, confirms The Daily Star.

  • London attacker was a criminal with militant links

    A British-born former teacher and Muslim convert, Masood had shown up on the periphery of previous terrorism investigations that brought him to the attention of Britain's MI5 spy agency.

  • IS claims responsibility for UK parliament attack

    Islamic State (IS) is responsible for the attack outside Britain's parliament which left five people dead and around 40 injured, says Amaq, a news agency of the militant outfit.

  • One dead, five hurt in central London knife attack

    A woman dies and five others are injured in a knife attack in Russell Square, central London. Terrorism is one possible motive being explored, the Metropolitan Police say.