Police in Britain are treating a stabbing attack at a London underground station as a "terrorist incident." Two people were wounded at Leytonstone station in the east of the city. The attacker, reportedly screaming "this is for Syria," was arrested.
Armed police fired a stun gun at a man they said was acting suspiciously near the Carriage Gates entrance to parliament. Three months ago five people were killed in a terror attack nearby.
After a vehicle drove into pedestrians near a mosque in north London, killing at least one person, Prime Minister Theresa May said the attacker had acted alone. The UK will look at increased security for mosques.
The hostel residents had warned repeatedly about Ahmad A., but nothing was done. Now they feel misunderstood and distrust the authorities. It's an alarming development.
Spanish police have foiled a bomb and car attack just hours after a deadly van rampage left 13 people dead in Barcelona. Five suspected attackers were killed during the second incident in a Catalan coastal town.
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