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London Parliament Attacker Identified By Police

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According to reports, the knife-wielding terrorist who killed an American tourist and two others outside the U.K. Parliament was British-born and previously investigated for "violent extremism." On Thursday police identified the suspect as 52 year old Khalid Masood. Authorities said Masood was born in Kent. Detectives believe he was most recently living in the West Midlands. Police said he was known by a number of aliases. Masood was known to security services as "a peripheral figure.

Added on the 23/03/2017 11:26:44 - Copyright : Wochit

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