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British police name third London Bridge attacker as Youssef Zaghba

British police name third London Bridge attacker as Youssef Zaghba

The third man identified as one of the London Bridge terrorists was an Italian-Moroccan who was arrested previous year on suspicion of trying to reach Syria, Italian sources said on Tuesday. Four people reported missing have not been seen since the attack, including French tourist Xavier Thomas , who police believe might have been knocked into the River Thames by the terrorists' speeding van.



After disastrous election gamble, Theresa May not

Questions arising the issue of Brexit negotations, which are due to start in 11 days time, have been prevalent. In the blue corner - traditional color of the Conservative Party - is May, a 60-year-old lawmaker known in her party as a quietly effective operator.


Thousands evacuated in South Africa as storm fans fires

Thousands evacuated in South Africa as storm fans fires

Roughly 800 firefighters have been deployed to the region with five helicopters water-bombing active fire lines, incident command head Clinton Manuel said. Knysna - Authorities have warned that gale force winds expected in the Eden district this weekend could cause flare-ups in fires in the area which have been contained.



British PM Theresa May to form government after party weakened by election

It would also represent a significant setback for the SNP's Nicola Sturgeon, whose party won a historic 56 out of 59 seats north of the border just two years ago. Both the pro-British Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) and the Irish nationalists of Sinn Fein made gains at the expense of smaller rivals. How long will it take? The options include creating a coalition parliament, like former Conservative leader David Cameron and former Liberal Democrat Nick Clegg did in 2010.


Iran: The twin attackers killed, IS claims responsibility

Iran: The twin attackers killed, IS claims responsibility

But no proof or specifics were offered. The Sunni Muslim militants of Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attacks on the Shi'ite Muslim state. Thirteen people died in the attacks. The attackers were identified as Iranians linked to "Wahhabi and Takfiri groups" and have been engaged in the wars in Mosul and Raqqa.