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Imam hailed as hero for protecting Finsbury Park van attacker

Imam hailed as hero for protecting Finsbury Park van attacker

One person died and 10 others were injured in the incident, which British Prime Minister Theresa May has called " sickening ", and London's mayor has described as a " horrific terrorist attack ". The secretary general of the Muslim Council of Britain, Harun Khan, tweeted that the van had "intentionally run over worshippers" and that he was "shocked and outraged".


London mosque attack 'sickening': UK PM

London mosque attack 'sickening': UK PM

It said searches were being carried out at a residential address in the Cardiff area in Wales. Several people were injured in north London early on Monday after reports that a vehicle rammed into pedestrians, British police said. Police were called to the East London Mosque, in Whitechapel Road, this afternoon following a reported telephone threat. Congregants on the scene who were attending to the injured happened to see a police van driving by, so they flagged it down.



Donald Trump Gives Karen Handel A Last-Minute Plug In Georgia Runoff

The race between Republican Karen Handel and Democrat Jon Ossoff is seen as a significant political test for the new Trump Administration. "We can bring it home tomorrow", Handel said . But then on May 22, Republican Charles Djou enjoyed an upset victory in Hawaii's First District, and Republicans went on to win the three other special House elections in the cycle (two of which were held on Election Day 2010).


Heartwarming message of solidarity after Finsbury Park van attack

Heartwarming message of solidarity after Finsbury Park van attack

A mob surrounded him and witnesses said the crowd began attacking him. He added: "I said, 'tell me why did you try driving to kill innocent people?'" Deputy Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu, national counter-terrorism coordinator, said the victims were all from the Muslim community.



London mosque attack suspect arrested on terror grounds

Mobile phone footage taken by one of those who crowded round the police van seems to show the arrested 48-year-old man blowing a kiss at the person recording the video, reported The Independent . Britain, especially London , has been on edge over several recent incidents, including last month's terror bombing in Manchester and the recent auto attack and stabbing near London Bridge.



In spite of tweet, lawyer insists Trump not under investigation

On Friday, Donald Trump posted a message on his Twitter account appearing to confirm that he was being investigated for obstruction of justice, as a Washington Post scoop had reported two days earlier. Asked if that included Rosenstein, Spicer responded, "He serves in this administration". "Mueller's going to do his job". In another sign of the gravity of the situation, Trump's legal team blitzed Sunday talk shows to contradict the President's tweet Friday where he said he is already ...