Usman Khan (terrorist)

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Usman Khan (terrorist): Islamic Terrorist
Usman Khan, also known as Abu Saif, was a British terrorist who was convicted of plotting a terrorist attack in 2012 and who was shot dead by City of London Police after being restrained by members of the public whilst committing a knife attack near London Bridge on 29 November 2019, during which he killed two and injured three.


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Ex-prisoner on protective instinct during London Bridge attack

In 2019, ex-prisoner Gareth Evans protected others from London Bridge attacker Usman Khan.
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Convicted murderer who tackled terrorist Usman Khan describes London Bridge attack

'He was a clear danger to all, so I didn't hesitate,' says Steve Gallant
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London Bridge attack: Terrorists may not be 'cured' by prison deradicalisation schemes, senior psychologist admits

Spotlight on untested schemes that were attended by attacker Usman Khan
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London Bridge attack: Darryn Frost on using a narwhal tusk to stop knifeman

Darryn Frost reveals for the first time how he tackled Usman Khan, despite thinking he had a suicide vest.
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London Bridge: Staffordshire Police probed over contact with Usman Khan

Staffordshire Police is being investigated over its handling of Usman Khan after his release from jail.
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London Bridge terror attack: Police force investigated over 'contact' with terrorist Usman Khan before stabbing

Staffordshire Police is one of the agencies charged with monitoring terrorist after his release from prison
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London Bridge attack: Reformed prisoner who fought knifeman 'prepared to die'

John Crilly, who fought the London Bridge attacker, says he shouted for police to shoot Usman Khan.
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London Bridge: Usman Khan completed untested rehabilitation scheme

Usman Khan went on counter-terror schemes in prison which have not been evaluated, the BBC finds.
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London Bridge: Why was Usman Khan released from prison?

The BBC's legal correspondent Clive Coleman looks at why Usman Khan was freed from prison in December 2018.
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London Bridge: Family of Usman Khan 'shocked' by attack

The family of Usman Khan, who killed two people on Friday, express their condolences to the victims.
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Britain to honour its dead with vigil after London Bridge attack

britain to honour its dead with vigil after london bridge attack
London: Britain will on Monday honour the two people who were killed when a militant knife man went on a stabbing spree near London Bridge in an attack that has thrust criminal justice to the centre of..
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London Bridge attack victims identified as Cambridge graduates

Both were attending the Learning Together event, part of the University of Cambridge's prisoner education event at Fishmongers' Hall where Usman Khan launched his fatal stabbing attack.
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Dozens more jihadis are set to be freed from jail. London terror attack shows the risks

dozens more jihadis are set to be freed from jail. london terror attack shows the risks
(CNN)The stabbing attack in London on Friday has thrust the issue of what to do with former terrorists back into the public spotlight, especially as hundreds more convicted offenders across Europe are..
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London Bridge attack: Isis claims responsibility as footage emerges of Usman Khan, 'I ain't no terrorist'

'All the community knows me... they will know these labels what they're putting on us, like terrorist, this, that, they will know I ain't no terrorist'
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Suspect in London Bridge attack linked to 2012 terrorism offense

New information is emerging about the suspect in the deadly terror attack in the U.K. London police said Usman Khan stabbed five people on London Bridge Friday afternoon. Two of those people, a man and..
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The al Qaeda-inspired 28-year-old militant who launched London Bridge attack

Nine years before Usman Khan killed two people in a stabbing spree on London Bridge, he was overheard by British security services discussing how to use an al Qaeda manual he had memorized to build a..
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