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Suspect in London Bridge attack linked to 2012 terrorism offense

CBS News Sunday, 1 December 2019
New information is emerging about the suspect in the deadly terror attack in the U.K. London police said Usman Khan stabbed five people on London Bridge Friday afternoon. Two of those people, a man and a woman, died. Khan was convicted in 2012 for terrorism offenses. The 28-year-old was initially sentenced to 16 years but authorities released him early. Holly Williams reports.
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Two victims of the London Bridge terror attack have died in addition to the suspect, police said. We take a look at the incident as it happened.

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