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The Sun Daily - World News
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Naveed Mirza, a Muslim student, said he had received "overwhelming" support since the attack described by police as "Islamist-related terrorism". "We have come to say how, as Muslims, we unequivocally condemn all the violent actions that took place yesterday," he told AFP. First IS claim of British attack The IS group said it was responsible, according to the Amaq propaganda agency, its first claim of an attack on British soil. The latest attack had echoes of the atrocities in Nice and Berlin when trucks ploughed into crowds of people, killing 86 people in the French Riviera city in July and 12 at a market in the German capital just days before Christmas. The assault on Westminster was the deadliest in Britain since four suicide bombers killed 52 people on the city's transport system in July 2005. A defiant May had told the reopened parliament that Britain's resolve "will never waver in the face of terrorism," as MPs stood heads bowed for a minute's silence in remembrance of the victims.
Mashable
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Welcome to our weekly series " Cry of the Week ," in which we highlight whatever moment made us ugly cry on our couches the most in the past seven days. All we want for Christmas is to see the Love Actually reunion. Fortunately, if you're in the U.K., that Christmas gift the Love Actually Red Nose Day short is coming March 24. But for those of us stateside, we won't get to see the special until May 25. Red Nose Day, a charitable event in the U.S. and U.K. that raises money for global nonprofits like Oxfam and Save the Children, know a trailer is all it takes to bring us to tears. Here's a breakdown of all our feels while watching the one-minute trailer, which debuted Wednesday. Read more... More about Love Actually , Red Nose Day , Film , Nbc , and Online Video
The Huffington Post
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S. government source, who spoke to Reuters on condition of anonymity. Our investigation focuses on understanding his motivation, his operation and his associates, Britains senior counterterrorism police officer, Mark Rowley, told reporters. Whilst there is still no evidence of further threats, youll understand our determination is to find out if either he acted totally alone, inspired perhaps by terrorist propaganda, or if others have encouraged, supported or directed him. Islamic State claimed responsibility for Masood s attack, although it was unclear what links - if any - he had with the militant group. Police said there had been no prior intelligence about his intent to mount an attack. BRITISH-BORN KILLER Born Adrian Russell Ajao in Kent to the southeast of London on Christmas Day in 1964, he moved though several addresses in England, although he was known to have lived recently in Birmingham in central England.
Leicester Mercury
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Police in Leicestershire are to step up patrols wake of the terror attack in London. Senior officers have been discussing their response to the attack in Westminster that left five people dead, including a police officer, and 40 injured. Chief Constable Simon Cole said it has been decided to increase neighbourhood police presence but not, at this stage, to repeat the armed patrol carried out over Christmas and new year. Read more: 'Bully' who threatened ex-girlfriend with violence and...
Daily Express
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Leicester Mercury
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Police in Leicestershire are to step up patrols wake of the terror attack in London. Senior officers have been discussing their response to the attack in Westminster that left five people dead, including a police officer, and 40 injured. Chief Constable Simon Cole said it has been decided to increase neighbourhood police presence but not, at this stage, to repeat the armed patrol carried out over Christmas and new year. Read more: 'Bully' who threatened ex-girlfriend with violence and...
The Sun Daily - World News
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Police said five men and three women arrested in overnight raids in Birmingham and London were being investigated "on suspicion of preparation of terrorist acts". Masood, reportedly a married father-of-three, rented the car in a town outside Birmingham used in the rampage. He was described as "a nice guy" by Iwona Romek, a former neighbour who spoke to the Birmingham Mail. First IS claim of British attack The IS group said it was responsible, according to the Amaq propaganda agency, its first claim of an attack on British soil. The latest attack had echoes of the atrocities in Nice and Berlin when trucks ploughed into crowds of people, killing 86 people in the French Riviera city in July and 12 at a market in the German capital just days before Christmas. The assault on Westminster was the deadliest in Britain since four suicide bombers killed 52 people on the city's transport system in July 2005.
Derby Telegraph
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Traders have been attending a series of meetings to work on early plans to provide the people of Ashbourne with a bumper Christmas celebration this year.A group of business owners have so far held two meetings with members of Ashbourne Town Council, Ashbourne Churches Together, Ashbourne Festival and other groups to cement plans for the 2017 festive season.Last year Ashbourne Town Council was criticised for deciding to call of the town's usual late-night shopping event, putting a Christmas...
Ashford Herald
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After more than a year of work, Shakespeare Beach and a footbridge linking the beach with Aycliffe will open next week.Network Rail confirmed people will be able to access the beach from Monday, March 27 after work was completed ahead of schedule.The beach, footbridge and a stretch of rail track between Folkestone and Dover was severely damaged in a fierce storm on Christmas Eve 2015.Read more: Ride the new Folkestone to Dover rail line in this video - from the driver's seatThe rail line...
Western Morning News
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A man whose family fled their home in a quiet Devon village on Boxing Day when he picked up a machete told a court he had grabbed a knife to cut up a pork pie. Nicholas Etherington, who has a collection of 23 knives, was confronted by armed police during the incident, which came after he had been drinking in a village pub. After returning home from drinking four pints of cider Etherington, 51, was angry that his house was a mess and his wi-fi wasn't working. Jason Beal, prosecuting,...
The Herald
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Neighbours of a terrorist born on Christmas Day who was behind the Westminster attack have spoken of their shock that he was responsible for the atrocity.
euronews
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The man who killed three people in an attack near Parliament in London has been named as Khalid Masood. The British-born 52-year-old was known to the police for a range of previous convictions for assault, but was not the subject of any current investigations. Born in Kent, his most recent address was in the West Midlands. Police raided one home in Birmingham, where a woman who says she was his neighbour said he lived for about five months, before he abruptly left just after Christmas. "So hREAD MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2017/03/23/london-attacker-he-was-a-normal-family-man-neighbour What are the top stories today? Click to watch: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSyY1udCyYqBeDOz400FlseNGNqReKkFd euronews: the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronews euronews is available in 13 languages: https://www.
Plymouth Herald
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A man who picked up a knife during a row at a family Christmas party claimed he was using it to cut a pork pie, a court heard.But collector Nicholas Etherington, aged 51, then started waving a machete about in his home.The bizarre incident brought armed police to a quiet village on Boxing Day, Plymouth Crown Court heard. Etherington, who had been drinking in the pub, also punched his son-in-law's partner in the face.A judge has handed him a suspended sentence and ordered the two blades be...
Nottingham Evening Post
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A man attacked police in his bedroom after drinking a large amount of alcohol, a court heard.Ryan Baker, 22, of Shireoaks Common, Shireoaks, asked police to come back the next day to arrest him.But officers would not leave and so Baker pushed them away.During the struggle, his foot landed in the private area of one policeman leaving him with a sick feeling, Nottingham Crown Court heard.Baker was arrested and pleaded guilty to assaulting two officers at his address on Christmas Eve.Read more:...
The Northern Echo
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Lincolnshire Echo
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Harry Anderson has returned to Lincoln City on loan from Peterborough United for the rest of the season.The winger enjoyed a successful spell with the Imps in the first half of the season before being recalled by the League One club just before Christmas.We're disappointed to lose Harry because he's done very well for us, said Imps boss Danny Cowley at the time.But we understand, he's Peterborough player and they now want him in their squad. We wish Harry all the...
Lincolnshire Echo
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Harry Anderson has returned to Lincoln City on loan from Peterborough United for the rest of the season.The winger enjoyed a successful spell with the Imps in the first half of the season before being recalled by the League One club just before Christmas.We're disappointed to lose Harry because he's done very well for us, said Imps boss Danny Cowley at the time.But we understand, he's Peterborough player and they now want him in their squad. We wish Harry all the...
The Sun Daily
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Kent Online
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An 87-year-old driver is being sentenced after he crashed into a coffee shop on Christmas Eve, killing a grandmother.
West Briton
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A non-verbal autistic singer and a bullied teenager are making the internet sit up and take notice after they joined forces to record a moving rendition of a 1980s classic. Kyle Coleman, 31, from Gwithian, was diagnosed with autism aged three and has hardly spoken since. But in 2009 his mum Caroline took him to musical therapy and discovered that Kyle could overcome his barrier through song, belting out ballads in perfect harmony. At Christmas, with the help of his vocal performance coach...
Techradar - Reviews
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An understated design Looks-wise the Corsair One has a refreshingly understated design. Its matt black finish means the machine wont stand out too much when placed alongside other pieces of electronics, and although Corsair has included a couple of neon blue lights on the cases front (how could it not?), these are fairly subtle, and can be turned off if youre not a fan of having your machine light up like a minimalist Christmas tree. The left and right sides of the machine are perforated to allow air to be drawn in through the water-cooling radiators, and this air is then expelled out of the top of the machine through a chunky grille. The aim here is quiet performance, and while the Corsair One seems to be louder than a full desktop tower build at idle, its much better than comparable small form-factor machines.
Oxford Mail
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A four-year-old boy died of head injuries after he was hit by a car driven by his father outside Thame Leisure Centre just weeks before Christmas.