British police have made seven arrests and searched six addresses after an attack near parliament which left five people dead and 29 injured.
London: British police have raided an address in Birmingham, West Midlands, possibly in connection with the car and knife attack that killed at least five people and injured more than 40 in London on Wednesday, according to media reports.
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Josephine Tovey Police investigations are ongoing into an attack in London on Wednesday.
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