British Police Name Third Attacker From Saturday's Rampage In London

British Police Name Third Attacker From Saturday's Rampage In London

British Police Name Third Attacker From Saturday's Rampage In London

The terrorists killed seven and injured 48 when they used a rented van to mow down pedestrians on London Bridge.

Two days from a parliamentary election that has been upended by a van and knife attack that killed seven people in the heart of London, Prime Minister Theresa May's record on security dominated the campaign agenda on Tuesday.

It reported that he was stopped by Italian police in March 2016 at Bologna's airport trying to fly to Turkey and then on to Syria. He was allegedly on his way to Syria and was carrying only a backpack.

The narrowing in the polls started before the Manchester and London attacks and appeared to be largely linked to an unpopular policy announcement regarding care for the elderly.

Britain's failure to keep tabs on London attacker Youssef Zaghba despite being warned about him by Italian authorities was understandable, Italy's top policeman said Wednesday.

Zaghba's parents reportedly lived in Morocco but then separated and his mother settled in Bologna.

The Italian authorities have told the media how Zaghba said he was "going to be a terrorist" but his mother insists that was a misunderstanding.

A search warrant is being executed at an address in Barking, the Met said.

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Twelve others arrested after the attack have been released without charge, police said.

People queue to lay flowers after a vigil for victims of Saturday's attack in London Bridge, at Potter's Field Park in London, Monday, June 5, 2017.

When she saw the news about the attacks in London on Saturday night, she tried to call him and became anxious when she couldn't reach him. "The attack, the third in Britain in three months, has raised questions over the government's ability to protect Britain following cuts to police numbers in recent years".

The Islamic State jihadist group claimed Saturday's attack.

Security has become a key issue in the run-up to Thursday's general election.

The third terrorist behind the London Bridge attacks has been named as a 22-year-old Italian-Moroccan amid claims British authorities were tipped off about the risk he posed.

Sunawar Ali said that he remembered Rachid Redouane as "quiet" and "gentle".

Both Butt and Redouane lived in Barking, east London, but it is not yet known how the two men knew each other - with work to understand more about the trio and their connections under way.

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One source said: "There are multiple lines of enquiry, one of which is understanding how these men came to be together".

The married father-of-two, who worked for London Underground as a trainee customer services assistant for almost six months a year ago, could be seen in the programme arguing with police officers in the street, after displaying a flag used by IS in a London park.

Explaining his belief that Butt had been radicalised after watching online films, he said: "Khuram, I know he was inspired by one of the sheikhs who was giving lectures on YouTube, and he belonged to one specific sector of Islam which had very rigid and strict views".

People across Britain have paused for a moment of silence to remember those killed and injured in the London Bridge attack. The assault was continued by the attackers in the adjacent Borough Market area which is a popular bar and restaurant district.

Transport for London, which oversees the capital's transport network, has advised commuters to make alternative journeys as the station will be busy.

The country's official terror threat level remains at "severe", one notch below the highest.

"Some of the people who were here on Saturday night are still a bit fragile", said Leon chief executive John Vincent.

It was lowered once intelligence agencies were comfortable this wasn't the case.

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