You do not commit these disgusting acts in my name Sadiq Khan tells terrorists

You do not commit these disgusting acts in my name Sadiq Khan tells terrorists

Londons mayor Sadiq Khan led a vigil on Monday (June 5) to honour the victims of extremist attacks in the heart of the capital, in which seven people were killed and dozens needed hospital treatment, with 18 still in a critical condition. He condemned the attackers, calling them sick and evil extremists and saying London would never be broken by terrorism.In Britain and amp;#39;s third Islamist attack in as many months, three men rammed a van into pedestrians on London Bridge in the late evening on Saturday (June 3) before running into the bustling Borough Market area, where they slit throats and stabbed people indiscriminately.All three attackers were shot dead by police, who made at least a dozen arrests in east London on Sunday (June 4) and carried out further raids on Monday morning. 22 days ago
Orlando shooter who killed five was disgruntled employee says sheriff

Orlando shooter who killed five was disgruntled employee says sheriff

A man fired from his warehouse job in April returned to his old workplace near Orlando on Monday (June 5) and fatally shot five people before killing himself. The 45-year-old suspect had a history of misdemeanor criminal offenses but was not linked to any terror organizations, Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings said at a press briefing. Demings added, [The attacker] was a disgruntled employee that came back to this business this morning. The unidentified assailant arrived at the company that makes accessories for recreational vehicles and campers, at about 8 a.m. local time armed with a handgun and a knife. 22 days ago
Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull calls Melbourne siege shocking and cowardly terrorist act

Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull calls Melbourne siege shocking and cowardly terrorist act

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said on Tuesday (6 June) that police were treating a deadly siege in the southern city of Melbourne as an act of terrorism in which a gunman was killed. The Islamic State (Isis) militant group has claimed responsibility for the attack, saying the gunman was one of its soldiers. A day earlier, on Monday, the attacker, identified as Yacqub Khayre, 29, held a woman hostage inside an apartment building in Melbourne. While the hostage was rescued unharmed, three police officers suffered injuries when they engaged in a firefight with Khayre. The attacker was shot dead by police. A man was found dead in the foyer of the building where Khayre held the woman against her will. 22 days ago
White Brit armed in racist rant goes viral but apologises, calling video a joke

White Brit armed in racist rant goes viral but apologises, calling video a joke

Video footage of a British man wielding a large machete and what he claims is a grenade threatening to blow up mosques and stab Muslims surfaced online in the aftermath of the London Bridge terror attack. However another video has emerged showing the same man apologizing for his comments, clamming he never posted the video and that it was a joke that wasnt meant for the internet. 23 days ago
Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull vows to find and kill terrorists

Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull vows to find and kill terrorists

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull expressed his dismay about the 3 June London Bridge attacks in a video posted to Facebook, a day after the deadly incident. In the video, Turnbull shared his intention to: Defy the terrorists, in the field we find them, we destroy them, we kill them. 23 days ago
Jeremy Corbyn: You cannot protect public on the cheap

Jeremy Corbyn: You cannot protect public on the cheap

Britain needs to have difficult conversations with Saudi Arabia and other Gulf states about the funding of Islamist extremism, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said on 4 June, resuming his election campaign after a deadly attack in London. He also He attacked Prime Minister Theresa May for cutting police numbers during her tenure as interior minister and repeated his pledge to recruit 10,000 new police officers, including armed officers. 23 days ago
Amateur videos show panic and confusion during London Bridge attack

Amateur videos show panic and confusion during London Bridge attack

Footage recorded by witnesses of the attacks on London Bridge and Borough Market shows people fleeing the area in panic while police shout orders. Patrons at the Katzenjammer pub were told to stay down by officers and shots can be heard in several of the videos. 24 days ago