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A large wave of arrests in London against the backdrop of yesterday's events

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A large wave of arrests in London against the backdrop of yesterday's events

Post by rocky on Mon 05 Jun 2017, 1:42 am

A large wave of arrests in London against the backdrop of yesterday's events

LONDON, June 4 (UPI) - British security forces have launched a crackdown in the Barking district east of the capital, Anden, police said Sunday.
The British media reported that "one of the three attackers who were eliminated yesterday was living in the residential building, which was destroyed by the police, which makes it possible to assume that investigators were able to identify at least one terrorist", adding that "quoting eyewitnesses said that they heard Several explosions were heard, and it is likely that the police themselves used explosives to reach the building. "
The London police announced that two terrorists had been killed in the vicinity of the London Bridge. British police arrested a person. Eyewitnesses said two men entered a restaurant near the London Bridge and stabbed two people. Helicopters flew overhead. London in search of three suspects, against the backdrop of two run-ins and stabbing in the British capital. "

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