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The far right turned this Muslim woman into a 'monster' online. That's despicable. - Washington Post

Editor's note: An earlier version of this article cited a tweet shared on Twitter via an account, @SouthLoneStar, that was identified in October as being linked to the Russian government. That tweet has been deleted and replaced with a tweet from ...and more »

What to Know About the London Terrorist Attack - TIME

British Prime Minister Theresa May declared Thursday that “we are not afraid,” rallying her country the day after a terrorist attack outside Parliament in London left four people dead, including the attacker, and dozens injured. “Yesterday an act of ...and more »

London attack: Terrorism expert explains three threats of jihadism in the West - The Conversation US

Details about the man who attacked the British Parliament on March 22, identified by London police as British national Khalid Masood, are still emerging. With four victims confirmed dead, the attack is the worst in London since the July 7, 2005 ...and more »

Police officer stabbed and many wounded in apparent terror attack near UK Parliament - Business Insider

Police fatally shot a man who stabbed a police officer to death inside the grounds of the UK Parliament in London. A car drove into a crowd of pedestrians on the nearby Westminster Bridge. Four others died as a result of the attacks. At least 40 are ...and more »

London's worst terror attack in decade leaves 5 dead, 40 injured - Radio New Zealand

Four people are dead and dozens injured after a man drove a car along a pavement in Westminster, London, before stabbing a policeman and being shot dead. The officer, who died at the scene, has been named as Constable Keith Palmer, 48, a husband ...and more »

Muslim woman on bridge during Westminster attack speaks out after becoming target of Islamophobes -

A photograph of a woman in a hijab walking along Westminster Bridge in the immediate aftermath of Wednesday's terror attack drew the attention of several commenters on social media. Several far-right extremists were among those who shared the photo, ...and more »

Witnessing the London attack - Reuters

"I heard a thud, turned round and there was a man lying about 10 yards away from me," Reuters photographer Toby Melville recalls, describing the moment a man fell from London's Westminster Bridge to the pavement below during Wednesday's attack.and more »

Westminster attack: the questions security professionals will be asking - The Conversation UK

Londoners were well aware that the next terror attack in the UK was a matter of when, not if, as the acting deputy commissioner of the Metropolitan Police said soon after the incident at Westminster Palace on March 22. To improve London's response to ...and more »

A terrorist attack in London and the all-too-familiar response - Washington Post

Want smart analysis of the most important news in your inbox every weekday along with other global reads, interesting ideas and opinions to know? Sign up for the Today's WorldView newsletter. Here's what we know: On Wednesday afternoon, at least five ...and more »

London Isn't Burning: How Britain's History With the IRA Made it Resilient in the Face of Attack - Newsweek

On February 7, 1991, terror found its way right to the heart of the British government. A Provisional Irish Republican Army (IRA) operative launched three rounds from a homemade mortar at the cabinet room in No. 10 Downing Street. None reached its ...and more »