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London Bridge Attack Raises Questions About Convicted Terrorists Reentering Society

NPR Tuesday, 3 December 2019
Last week's London Bridge attacker was a convicted terrorist who finished his prison sentence. NPR's Ailsa Chang asks extremism expert Lorenzo Vidino how law enforcement should manage and track this population before and after prison.
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Two people were killed and three were injured by Usman Khan, 28, a convicted terrorist who served half of his sentence. We take a look at the incident as it happened.

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