Police get more time to question man arrested over Westminster attack


BRITISH police on Wednesday (15) obtained more time to question a man arrested outside the Houses of Parliament for attempted murder and suspected terrorism after a car ploughed into cyclists before crashing into protective barriers. Three people were injured when the 29-year-old, named by media as Salih Khater, careered over a pavement and into the group of cyclists during Tuesday’s morning rush-hour in Westminster. Police said the man, a British national originally from Sudan, was initially arrested on suspicion of terrorism offences but had now been “further arrested for attempted murder”. Westminster Magistrates’ Court approved a warrant Wednesday to continue…

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