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London Parsons Green attack: Total of five arrests

Deutsche Welle Wednesday, 20 September 2017
UK police have arrested two further suspects in relation to the London subway attack in Newport, Wales. This takes the total number of arrests to five, including one suspect collared a day ago.
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Two more men have been arrested in connection with the Parsons Green bombing, taking the total to five, Scotland Yard said. Men aged 30 and 48 were detained during a raid by counter-terrorism officers at a home in Newport, South Wales at around 5.10am on Wednesday.

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