Prime Minister Theresa May said people from 11 countries including China were among the victims. They included: 12 Britons, 3 French, 2 Romanians, 4 South Koreans, 1 German, 1 Pole....
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The Islamic State group yesterday claimed the deadly assault at the British parliament, as Prime Minister Theresa May identified the attacker as a British- born man known to intell...
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