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  • London tube bombing: Italian restaurant chef offers pizza, water bottles to rescue team

    London yet again witnessed another terror attack on Friday when a homemade bomb exploded during the morning rush hour on a packed underground train. The explosion left over 20 people with severe burn injuries. Witnesses described seeing a “wall of fire” as the bomb — hidden in a plastic bucket inside a supermarket freezer bag went off about 8:20 am, while the train was at the Parsons Green station in southwest London. British police

  • Parsons Green Terror Attack: 29 injured in London ‘bucket bomb’ attack claimed by ISIS

    London, An improvised explosive device (IED) exploded on a packed underground train at a London station today, injuring at least 29 people in the fifth terrorist attack this year, which Prime Minister Theresa May said was “clearly intended to cause significant harm”. The attack was claimed by the Islamic State terror group. “The bombing on a metro in London was carried out by a detachment of the Islamic State,” it said in a statement

  • Parsons Green terror attack: Prime Minister Theresa May to hold COBRA meeting

    London: U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May will chair an emergency COBRA meeting on Friday, following the blast on a tube train at the Parsons Green Station in London that left many passengers injured with facial burns. The Metropolitan Police have confirmed that the explosion on a train at Parsons Green Station is being treated as terrorism. According to the health service, 22 people are injured in the terror attack.

  • London attackers planned to use lorry: Police

    London, The terrorists involved in the London Bridge attack that killed eight, had tried to hire a seven-and-a-half tonne lorry to carry out the brutality, police said. However the three men failed to provide payment details and the vehicle was not picked up, prompting them to use a smaller van instead, the BBC reported.

  • Saudis apologise over minute’s silence row

    Sydney : Saudi Arabia football chiefs apologised on Friday after the national team was accused of “a disgraceful lack of respect” for failing to observe a minute’s silence in Australia in honour of victims of the London terror attack.

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    London Terror Attack: Prince Harry pays tribute to victims

    Sydney, Prince Harry today paid tribute to victims of the London terror attack as he marked 100 days until the next Invictus Games, after it emerged two Australians were among the dead in the latest British atrocity. Harry, patron of the games for injured and sick service personnel, was in Sydney to promote the sporting extravaganza he said proved it was possible to overcome adversity.

  • FACES OF TERROR

    The recent London attack left seven people dead and dozens injured, of which 18 remain in critical condition. All three attackers were shot dead by police.

  • Sadiq Khan warns terrorists as mourners pay respect to London attack victims at vigil

    London: London Mayor Sadiq Khan has led a vigil of hundreds of Londoners in rememberance of those who died following Saturday night’s terror attack in the capital. While addressing a multi-cultural audience, Khan said London would never be ‘broken by terrorism’ and that terrorism would be defeated.

  • ICC Champions Trophy 2017: How India outsmarted Pakistan yet again

    The eighth edition of ICC Champions Trophy saw India lock horns with Pakistan at Birmingham, Edgbaston on Sunday. India defeated arch-rivals Pakistan by 124 runs via D/L method. The match was played in the backdrop of London terror attacks and by playing the match both India and Pakistan stood with Londoners in their time of grief.

  • London terror attacks: Trump criticised for tweets against city Mayor

    London: In the wake of the terror attacks which killed at least seven people in London a day before, United States President Donald Trump launched an attack on London Mayor, while apparently misconstruing a statement made by him post the incident.

  • UK Parliament attacker was Muslim convert with violent past

    London: The man who launched a terror attack on UK Parliament has been identified by police as 52-year-old former convict Adrian Russell Ajao who acquired the name Khalid Masood upon conversion to Islam.

  • London police arrest 2 more over Westminster terror attack

    London: Two more “significant arrests” were made on Friday for the Westminster terror attack as investigators continue to question eight suspects arrested earlier during raids across Britain.

  • London Tube stabbing suspect charged with murder

    London: A machete-wielding man who stabbed three men at London Underground train station on Saturday has been charged with attempted murder even as police sought to reassure jittery Britishers about the new security measures taken in the wake of latest terrorist attack in UK since 2013.

  • 3 stabbed at London station in ‘terror incident’

    London: A machete-wielding man reportedly screaming “this is for Syria” stabbed three people at a London Underground train station before police used a stun gun to arrest him, an assault Scotland Yard described as a “terrorist incident”. The attack by a man in his late 20s at Leytonstone Tube station, about 10 km east of central London, came just days after Britain launched its first air strikes against terrorist targets inside Syria.