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Knife attack on police officers in front of Buckingham Palace

Friday, August 25th, 2017 | World News

In London, a man was arrested after an attack on police officers in front of the Buckingham Palace. The attacker had slightly injured two officers with a knife, the police said. (Source: dpa)
     
        In front of the Buckingham Palace in London, a man has a knife attack on policemen and has been arrested. The man was "stopped" at around 8:35 pm local time before the palace of the British Queen Elizabeth II, the London police reported on Friday evening. Two police officers had been slightly injured in the incident.

Shortly before the news of the attack in the British capital, a knife attack on Belgian soldiers had been reported from Brussels. As the authorities communicated, overwhelmed soldiers attacked the attacker. According to media reports, two soldiers were injured in the incident, the attacker had been "seriously injured" to the hospital.

In Great Britain, Islamic attacks have been repeated over the past few months. At the end of March, a supposedly Islamist assassin had killed five people in the center of London. On May 22, a suicide bomber killed 22 people with a pop concert by US singer Ariana Grande in Manchester.

In June, three attackers on the London Bridge raced with a van into a crowd. Subsequently, they stuck indiscriminately into humans in an adjoining nightlife. They killed seven people and injured 48 more before they were shot by the police.

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