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90 Percent of London Police Don't Carry a Gun: Here's Why More than 90 percent of the British capital's cops carry out their daily duties without a gun. Khalid Masood Identified as London Parliament Attacker Khalid Masood, 52, was identified by British authorities on Thursday. He was born in Kent and was known to law enforcement as 'a peripheral figure.' U.S. Man Killed in London Attack Was Celebrating Anniversary Utah man Kurt Cochran, who was celebrating his 25th wedding anniversary with his wife, Melissa, in London, was among those killed in Wednesday's attack outside the U.K. Parliament, his family and church said. '20 Seconds More, It Would Have Been Us': Teens on School Trip Witnessed Attack They were among 92 students from a French private school who were on a week-long visit to London. London Attack: Slain Cop Was Dad Who 'Actually Cared About the People' Constable Keith Palmer "left for work [Wednesday] expecting to return home at the end of his shift and had every right to expect that would happen."
U.S. General Says Russia May Be Supplying Taliban in Afghanistan Russia may be influencing and supplying the Taliban in Afghanistan, the top U.S. general in Europe said during a Senate hearing on Thursday. Senate Confirms Trump's Choice for U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman, who once worked as Trump's bankruptcy lawyer, has been a supporter of Israeli settlements and an opponent of Palestinian statehood. Israeli Teen Behind Wave of JCC Threats: Police U.S. officials told NBC News that a motive remains unclear and the suspect is himself Jewish. More Than 200 Migrants Feared Dead as Boats Capsize in Mediterranean Spanish aid organization Proactiva Open Arms says each of two rubber boats usually hold 120 people, but smugglers routinely fill them over capacity. London Vigil Held for Victims of Terror Attack "Londoners will never be cowed by terrorism," said Mayor Sadiq Khan during the vigil in Trafalgar Square.
JCC Bomb Threat Suspect Appears in Israeli Court The U.S.-Israeli teenager's defense attorney said her client's "very very serious medical condition" will be a factor in the inves Driver Armed With Knives Speeds Into Pedestrian Zone: Cops French President Francois Hollande said the man "was looking to kill or at the very least create a dramatic incident." How Many Nukes Does North Korea Have and Who Can It Hit With Them? The threat to the U.S. is not immediate, said one U.S. official, but the threat to South Korea is "grave and current." Tank Ammunition Depot Blown Up By Saboteurs Ukraine's military blamed saboteurs for huge explosions at a warehouse storing tank ammunition. Killing of Putin Critic an 'Act of State Terrorism,' Ukrainian President Says Denis Voronenkov was shot and killed in Kiev Thursday in what the Ukrainian president described as an "act of state terrorism" by Russia.
Hospital Attack Puts ISIS in Spotlight but Taliban Is Main Threat "While disturbing, the [hospital attack] should not be mistaken for the rise in ISIS," said Theo Farrell, a professor at the University of London. London Terror Attacker Was British-Born, Known to Police: Prime Minister Prime Minister Theresa May told MPs 'an act of terrorism tried to silence our democracy.' London Mayor: We Will Not Be Cowed by Terrorists Sadiq Khan said it was 'business as usual' and that Londoners remained defiant after the Westminster terror attack. Scotland Yard: London Attacker 'Inspired by International Terrorism' Metropolitan Police's Mark Rowley gave more details about investigations into the man who attacked the UK Parliament. Watch: Immediate Aftermath of London Parliament Attack Rescue workers rushed wounded civilians to hospital following an attack outside the UK Parliament.
3 Killed in Car-and-Knife 'Terrorist Incident' Near U.K. Parliament A truck hit pedestrians on Westminster Bridge before crashing into a railing, and a police officer was fatally stabbed near the House of Commons. South Korean Ferry That Sank 3 Years Ago Lifted From Sea Most of the more than 300 people who lost their lives when the Sewol sank on April 16, 2014 were students on a high school trip. Deadly London Attack Is Latest in Growing Low-Tech Threat Security experts have warned that such terror attacks are a growing threat in Europe and the U.S. and by their nature very difficult to prevent. 'Shock and Horror' Descend After Parliament Attack Police in bright fluorescent jackets shepherded tourists, journalists and lawmakers away from Parliament after Wednesday's brazen attack. London Mayor Vows City 'Will Never Be Cowed by Terrorism' Sadiq Khan and Prime Minister Theresa May said Londoners will not be intimidated after a terror attack left three people dead.