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British Police treat London tube station incident as terrorism; several injured

2017/09/15 | 12:50

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WAAR-DUHOK: An explosion on a London Tube train that sparked panic among passengers is being treated as a terrorist incident, Scotland Yard has said.

Commuters fled the District Line train after the explosion, which happened at Parsons Green Station.

Eyewitnesses reported seeing some people with facial burns and others with injuries caused by the stampede ...

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