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Killer was known to MI5 — TERROR LATEST

Killer was known to MI5 — TERROR LATEST

Those who died were a woman in her 40s, a man in his 50s, PC Keith Palmer and the attacker , he said. "We are not afraid and our resolve will never waiver in the face of terrorism". The terrorist was killed after being shot by police. "He was a husband and a father, killed doing a job he loved". An hour after MPs had stood for a minute's silence in honour of the innocent people killed in the attack, Mrs May delivered a statement with details of the atrocity.


Jewish Israeli Suspected in JCC Bomb Threats

Jewish Israeli Suspected in JCC Bomb Threats

A teen with dual Israeli and American citizenship who lives in Ashkelon in southern Israel was arrested on suspicion of carrying out more than 100 bomb threats on Jewish institutions in the United States. He made the threats via a telephone that was connected to his computer, which was connected to a powerful Wi-Fi antenna. He was charged with cyberstalking, which carries a maximum sentence of five years in prison.



Ex-Trump campaign head laundered money from Russia-linked Ukraine pol

Serhiy Leshchenko, who additionally called on the FBI to investigate Manafort's financial ties to Russian Federation, released a copy of an invoice printed on letterhead from Manafort's consultation company in Alexandria, Va., dated October 14., 2009, with charges of $750,000 for 501 computers.


Theresa May to chair emergency meeting on Westminster terror attack

Theresa May to chair emergency meeting on Westminster terror attack

Eight people have been arrested and six addresses raided in connection with the attack. They believe this attacker "acted alone and inspired by global terrorism", Rowley said. According to the Telegraph newspaper, UK Prime Minister Theresa May has returned to her residence at 10 Downing Street following the incident, and is monitoring the situation.



Newspapers around the world report on terror in London

Eyewitnesses then said a man carrying a knife chased down countless tourists and residents photographing the Big Ben monument before engaging with local law enforcement. A local newspaper, Le Telegramme, also said the students were on the bridge when they were hit by the auto, quoting another student who said the force of the impact threw one of them onto the bonnet of the vehicle.


Norway says Turkish asylum cases not decided by politicians

Norway says Turkish asylum cases not decided by politicians

Many Turkish diplomats and military officers living overseas sought asylum in countries where they were stationed after being summoned home to Turkey for questioning, following the coup attempt. The decision "is startling" because Turkey is a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation country, which means that Norway now protects the officers from their own homeland, also a military ally of Norway, Klassekampen wrote.