Police search London terror attack suspect’s home
Parole board said Usman Khan was never referred to its service
British police were searching an apartment block in Stafford, 150 miles north-west of London, yesterday in the area where London terror attack suspect Usman Khan was believed to have lived after his release from prison.
Khan, 28, was known to the authorities, having been convicted for terrorism offences in 2012. He was released from prison on licence in December 2018. A man and a woman were killed during the stabbing attack which took place at...
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