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The offensive is being spearheaded by the Tahrir al-Sham alliance, which is dominated by jihadist Fateh al-Sham Front, a former Al-Qaeda affiliate. In addition to 11 villages and towns, rebels and jihadists have captured several government checkpoints and part of the road between provincial capital Hama and the town of Mhardeh, the Observatory said. The monitor said the opposition forces were now around 4km from government-held Hama city. An AFP correspondent in northern Hama said government war planes were circling overhead and carrying out strikes on areas captured during the offensive. He said the sound of fighting could be heard even at a distance, and small groups of people could be seen fleeing the violence, most of them travelling in cars. Aid group Save the Children said Wednesday at least 10,000 people had fled their homes in the Hama area in the past 24 hours.
The Week
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We can go to Birmingham now. Police say they have made several arrests. Our correspondent is there. I am in front of the flats where the arrests happened last night. The brown door leads upstairs to two.
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to offer support to our police and security services in the continuing investigations. This will be a long-running investigation. This is only the start of it. Thanks for your time. We will go live to Birmingham and our correspondent. Tell us the latest from there. I have just seen.
Bleacher Report
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The Frenchman is still at Arsenal, but this is a different Wenger to the one who dominated English football around the turn of the millennium. While the idea that Campbell, Vieira or Henry could represent the club again is pure fantasy, Arsenal fans can at least hold out hope that Wenger will recapture his former powers and restore the Gunners to glory. James McNicholas is Bleacher Report's lead Arsenal correspondent and is following the club from a London base throughout 2016/17.
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Metropolitan Police have been saying. Our home affairs correspondent Mark Whyte is at Scotland Yard. Within the last few minutes, we have been hearing from the Metropolitan Police, giving us an update. Remind us what they said
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seven areas in searches overnight at six different locations - London, Birmingham, and other parts of the country. Let's speak to our home affairs correspondent, Mark White, who asked some questions there. Mark, it is interesting what he had.
The Iran Project
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But since sanctions were partly lifted early last year the rupee account has been run down by more than 90 percent to just 20 billion rupees ($305 million) because Indian refiners have resumed paying for Iranian oil in euros. Whilst the federal government and central bank have approved oil payments in euros which Iran prefers because the currency is readily convertible they have not given the all-clear for trade in the opposite direction to be settled in other currencies, leaving exporters stuck. We are working on a mechanism through euros and looking for a common correspondent bank in Europe to act as an intermediary for India and Iran, said R.K. Takkar, chairman of UCO Bank. The euro payment system has not yet crystallized, he said, adding the government was working to find a solution. For a graphic on India's trade with Iran, click here The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) said some Iranian banks had applied to open branches in India, but gave no indication when it might approve settlement of trade with Iran in currencies other than the rupee.
Voice Of America
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The area around Britain's houses of Parliament in London became the scene of a long-feared assault Wednesday, an attack that left at least five dead and 20 injured. A car ran over several people, killing three before crashing outside Parliament, where an attacker stabbed a police officer to death before he himself was shot to death by police. VOA Europe Correspondent Luis Ramirez reports from the scene.
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as a year before. Our senior political correspondent joins me now, and, Robert, there is huge application investigation and security operation under way here in Westminster this morning. The roads leading up to the building closed off. You were meant to be.
ITV
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Big Ben is still standing. The Houses of Parliament are still there. These little cowards will not stop the British people leading their lives. They may think they can but they want. Our chief correspondent Richard Gaisford is at Scotland Yard
BBC News 24
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about what happened, what developed and how they called naked their efforts. -- call co-ordinate. Our political correspondent joins us now
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Sky News when it happens. I'm going going to be speaking to Beckie Johnson at that property that was raided overnight in a moment. I want to go first to our home affairs correspondent who is outside Scotland Yard and broke the link between the Birmingham raid and yesterday's events here in London
Sky News
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We're joined now by the political correspondent at the Times, Lucy Fisher, and the sun's defence editor, David Willetts. It is a very odd morning, Lucy, in terms of it is business as usual but there is.
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thought to be a second-floor flat above a row of shops on the Hagley Road. Let's go live to Scotland Yard and our security affairs correspondent. What more details do you have, Mark? Well, another breaking line.
Sky News
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There was a man with a knife in Inside the Palace of Westminster, political correspondent saw it all unfold before them. I saw a large crowd fleeing the attacker who seemed.
Sky News
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The main bulk is about the attack. A lot of questions about what happens next for the capital. We will be joined by The Sun defence editor and the political correspondent from The Times to get their thoughts on the newspaper coverage. We will be live in Westminster throughout the day here on.
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terror plots are running at any one time. In the past year, the anti-terror police hotline received 22,000 calls from members of the public, that's twice as many as the year before. Our senior political correspondent joins me now. Robert, you were one.