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London Bridge: police seek van info

Van used by the London Bridge terrorists, after they crashed into the railings

DETECTIVES investigating the London Bridge terrorist attack have thanked the public for coming forward with information about the three pink knives used by the attackers to stab innocent victims. Police now believe they have identified where the terrorists obtained these weapons. ...

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Dagenham child rapist locked up


STEPHEN WEBB, 57, of Weston Green, Dagenham, was convicted last week at Snaresbrook Crown Court of one count of a rape of a child under 16 and four counts of indecent sexual assault. The verdicts came after Webb had pleaded ...

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Mixed feelings on Syria show

Older man with red keffiyeh:
Kassar, from Hama fled with his 11 children, crossing into Lebanon. He can't work due to injury, and his wife is the breadwinner now. He sits in the square of a half built university all day, waiting for her to come home. Southern Lebanon 06/17.

THOSE OF YOU WHO can get yourselves over to the Saatchi gallery in SW2 will be able to see a compelling set of photos of Syrian refugees taken by photojournalist Edward Jonkler. Is it illuminating art, or patronising bandwagon-jumping? The exhibition ...

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Good Law sets up Grenfell Trust

Practical support is flooding in, but how will the financial donations be distributed?

Shah Yousuf THERE HAS BEEN a tremendous outpouring of practical support for the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire. Now the Good Law Project has stepped forward to set up a Trust to help manage donations of money. The guiding ...

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Not in our name; not in our city

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Shah Yousuf MUSLIMS FROM across London will come together on 17th June in Whitechapel to hold a silent rally – assembling at 5.30pm in Altab Ali Park. The group will then process to London Bridge to show solidarity with fellow ...

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