Many children were worried once they heard about the attack on Wednesday. But most of them decided to move on.
British "Islamic State" supporter Umar Haque has been found guilty of trying to recruit children to carry out attacks across London. Haque had shown children videos of beheadings and made them re-enact previous attacks.
Police say the 18-year-old planned the bombing despite taking part in a de-radicalization program. The "bored and stressed" Iraqi teen slipped into the UK on a truck with a "duty to hate Britain."
Tensions between Westminster and Moscow continue to escalate after the attempted murder of an ex-spy. Sarah Bradbury gauges the reaction of Russians and Russia experts in London and finds a relative sense of calm.
Germany's defense minister has vowed 'consequences' over a nerve agent attack on ex-spy Sergei Skripal, which the UK blames on Russia. She also tied the attack to the use of chemical weapons in Syria.
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