UK vows to crackdown on terrorist recruiters on Westminster Bridge attack anniversary Theresa May pays her respects at Parliament Square
The UK government on Thursday (23) vowed to crackdown on recruiters of terrorism, saying all forms of terror need to be stamped out as Britain marked the first anniversary of an ISIS-inspired terror attack on Westminster Bridge, near Parliament. Last year on March 22, a 52-year-old UK-born Muslim convert Khalid Masood drove a car into pedestrians on the Bridge, over the River Thames in the heart of the London, before fatally stabbing a police officer on guard at New Palace Yard gates of the Palace of Westminster. Four people were killed and nearly 50 injured in the rampage. Masood was…
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