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U.K. police probe parliament car cash as terrorist incident

By Bloomberg
14 August 2018   |   11:52 am
U.K. anti-terrorism police chief Neil Basu provides details of a car that crashed into barriers outside of parliament that sent two people to the hospital, U.K authorities are treating the incident as terrorism.

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