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Police Say London Attack Was Deliberate Act

London attack announced as deliberate action Photo: MGN Online. London attack announced as deliberate action

August 14, 2018 10:22 AM

LONDON (AP) - U.S. President Donald Trump has called a crash outside Britain's Parliament "another terrorist attack in London."
    
Trump tweeted: "These animals are crazy and must be dealt with through toughness and strength!"
    
Three people were hurt when a speeding car struck pedestrians and cyclists before crashing into a barrier at Parliament on Tuesday morning.
    
Trump has a history of tweeting about violence, or alleged violence, in London. He angered many when he said a London hospital was like a war zone because of knife violence.

London police say an incident in which a car was driven into a barrier near the Houses of Parliament appears to be a deliberate act. 
    
London Assistant Police Commissioner Neil Basu said the motorist who slammed into pedestrians and cyclists near Britain's Houses of Parliament was arrested on suspicion of terrorist offenses.  The suspect is not cooperating with police.
    
Basu says no other suspects have been identified and there is no "intelligence" of further danger to London.

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