New search underway near home of London Bridge attackers

Khuram Shazad Butt , a 27-year-old Pakistani-born British citizen, was known to the police and the MI5, British authorities said in the statement , adding that "there was no intelligence to suggest that this attack was being planned and the investigation had been prioritized accordingly".

UK police name two London attackers, say one investigated before

While Londoners have declared their defiance in the face of terror, bunches of flowers piling up point to a city in mourning less than three months since five were killed outside the British parliament in another attack . "One whole day", she said. Trump swiftly took to Twitter to assert that the London attack was vindication of his executive order to prohibit US admittance of citizens from several Muslim-majority countries.

Hong Kong marks 28 years since bloody Tiananmen crackdown

Hong Kong marks 28 years since bloody Tiananmen crackdown

Many were killed when a tank drove into crowds, and still others were taken away by police for interrogation. The Tiananmen crackdown is a taboo subject in China . "The persistence is the only thing we have, this is our weapon, should we use it well, that leads to a success", Wang Dan, one of the student leaders of the Beijing protests who works as an academic and democracy activist in exile, said in a speech at the Taipei event.

Washington Was Aware of Qatar, Saudi Arabia Backing Terrorists

It has often been accused of being a funding source for Islamists, as has Saudi Arabia . The move reflects longstanding allegations that Qatar supports Islamist groups that are outlawed by other Arab nations , as well as the increasingly bitter rivalry between Saudi Arabia and Iran.

Turkey's Erdogan calls for dialogue to ease Gulf crisis

The emir also reiterated the importance of boosting the joint actions of the Persian Gulf states to serve the "interests of the GCC [Gulf Cooperation Council] countries". U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the move was rooted in longstanding differences and urged the parties to resolve them. Qatar Airways, one of the region's major long-haul carriers that routinely flies through Saudi airspace, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Johnson warns North-East 'Corbyn would be eaten for breakfast' by European Union leaders

In an interview with The Daily Telegraph, Mrs May again sought to make security a key issue in the wake of the London and Manchester terror attacks - contrasting her record with that of the Labour leader. "That's why he's not fit to negotiate a good Brexit deal for Britain ". Opinion polls by other leading polling firms have given wider leads for the Conservatives in recent days, ranging as high as 11 and 12 points.