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LONDON: British police arrested seven people in armed raids Thursday linked to the deadly "Islamist-related" attacks the day on the symbol of the country's democracy. Britain's top anti-terror officer Mark Rowley also said police have revised down the number of victims from Wednesday's rampage to three from four. Some 40 people were wounded. "We have searched six addresses and made seven arrests," Britain's top anti-terror officer Mark Rowley told reporters in London. He said the raids included locations in London and the central city of Birmingham. Defiant British MPs meanwhile vowed to return to work as normal after the lightning attack on the iconic parliament building in the shadow of Big Ben. Authorities worked around the clock to piece together what happened when carnage was sown in the heart of London as the attacker ran down several pedestrians on nearby Westminster Bridge then charged at a policeman at the parliament gates, stabbing him to death with a large knife.
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Britain's prime minister says that the man who mowed down pedestrians on a London bridge and fatally stabbed a police officer on Parliament's ground was born in the U.K. and was known to intelligence services
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or right wing terrorists are trying to divide our communities and we should stand united shoulder-to-shoulder against all terror. Will she send a message to Muslims in Swansea and throughout Britain that we will stand shoulder-to-shoulder to defend our values, o democracies our human rights in a land we all share? This terror was done as a result, as I said earlier,.
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British police said Thursday they have arrested eight people in connection with the attack near Britain's Parliament in London, which killed three people and ended when an officer shot dead the attacker. Mark Rowley, head of counterterrorism efforts for London's Metropolitan Police Service, said the arrests came from searches at six addresses, and that "inquiries" at locations in London, Birmingham and other parts of the country were continuing. He did not specify how those arrested were linked to Wednesday's attack. "It is still our belief, which continues to be born out by our investigation, that this attacker acted alone and was inspired by international terrorism," Rowley told reporters. He added that the attacker's name should not be made public during what he called a "sensitive stage" of the investigation. Prime Minister Theresa May, in comments to Parliament about the attack, said the man responsible was born in Britain and was once investigated by the country's MI-5 intelligence agency "in relation to concerns about violent extremism.
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kick in quite a while later and that's why we are looking for the support that is available for victims. I commend my friends statement and hope she will agree with me in saying that Great Britain's police force is the greatest in the world and for those of us who served as police officers, I pay tribute to PC Keith Palmer,.
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for some the impact of an attack can kick in quite a while later. That is why we are looking at the support that is available for victims. I commend my honourable friend's statement and hope she will agree that Britain's police force is the greatest in the world and for those of us who served as police.
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celebrating our values, the values which meant that amongst the big -- are amongst the victims... What can she do to help to ensure that everybody in Britain of any religion is given the opportunity to learn about those values and celebrate them, because I think that is the best way to keep us.
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The man behind the London terror attack was born in Britain and had been investigated for violent extremism some years ago by the MI5 intelligence service, Prime Minister Theresa May said on Thursday. The man was British born and... some years ago he was once investigated by MI5 in relation to concerns about violent extremism, she told parliament. He was a peripheral figure, she added. The case is historic, he was not part of the current...
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The man behind the London terror attack was born in Britain and had been investigated for violent extremism some years ago by the MI5 intelligence service, Prime Minister Theresa May said on Thursday. The man was British born and... some years ago he was once investigated by MI5 in relation to concerns about violent extremism, she told parliament, adding: He was not part of the current intelligence picture. More to come ...
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