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London tube station reopens, UK threat level raised to critical

2017年 9月 16日 Saturday - 00:54

London's Parsons Green tube station reopened on Saturday after a home-made bomb failed to fully detonate on a packed commuter train. The UK has raised its threat level to critical. Rough cut. No reporter narration.

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ROUGH CUT. NO REPORTER NARRATION. A London train station reopened early on Saturday (September 16) after a home-made bomb failed to detonate on a packed commuter train and triggered the country's highest security level. Police stood outside Parsons Green station where a bomb on Friday (September 15) engulfed a carriage in flames and sparked a stampede during the morning rush hour in west London. Prime Minister Theresa May said the critical threat level meant an attack may be imminent. The home-made bomb, which apparently failed to detonate properly, was the fifth major terrorism attack in Britain this year and was claimed by Islamic State. The militants have claimed other attacks in Britain this year, including two in London and one at a pop concert in Manchester. The attack at Parsons Green tube station prompted the government to take the rare step of deploying soldiers.

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London tube station reopens, UK threat level raised to critical

2017年 9月 16日 Saturday - 00:54