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Third London attacker was Moroccan-Italian : Italy intelligence source

Third London attacker was Moroccan-Italian : Italy intelligence source

According to a statement by London's Metropolitan Police , "He was not a police or MI5 subject of interest". Like Butt and Redouane, he lived in east London . At around 1.30am on Tuesday counter-terror officers raided a property in Ilford, east London . Police said they had to prioritise resources on suspects who were believed to be preparing an attack or providing active support for one.



UN chief urges Israelis, Palestinians to resume negotiations

Meanwhile, the Egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser had been strongly criticised for his failure to come to the aid of Syria and Jordan . An alliance against Israel was building. The Israeli victory was followed by the spread of Jewish settlements throughout the occupied territories. The settlements - not supported by all Israelis by any means - are deemed illegal under global law.



Middle East rift could push Qatar closer to Turkey, Iran

Qatar is an worldwide transport hub used by a host of airlines, and home to the Al Jazeera TV station as well as the future host of the 2022 World Cup football series. Two Middle East trade sources spoke of thousands of trucks carrying food stuck at the Saudi border, unable make the sole overland frontier crossing into Qatar.


UK Police Name Two London Attack Suspects

UK Police Name Two London Attack Suspects

She has been rattled by criticism for slashing 20,000 police officers from Britain's streets during her time as the country's Home Secretary. He has said cuts in the number of police officers have had an impact on the ability to prevent attacks.



Kuwait trying to mediate and solve diplomatic rift, says Qatar minister

Bruce Riedel, a former Central Intelligence Agency officer and Middle East adviser to four administrations, said the situation highlights a major weakness among USA allies in the Middle East when it comes to confronting Iran . The current and former USA officials said they were unable to identify precisely what may have triggered the four countries' coordinated decision to cut ties , which was later followed by Yemen, Libya's eastern-based government and the Maldives.