A police officer and a soldier stand at the entrance to Horse Guards Parade after it was closed because of the heightened security following an explosion on an underground train on Friday in London. Photo: Reuters A police officer and a soldier stand at the entrance to Horse Guards Parade after it was closed because of the heightened security following an explosion on an underground train on Friday in London. Photo: Reuters
A police officer and a soldier stand at the entrance to Horse Guards Parade after it was closed because of the heightened security following an explosion on an underground train on Friday in London. Photo: Reuters

British police raid house, arrest man over terror blast on London train as Islamic State claims attack

An additional 1,000 troops were deployed, with more officers added to the transport network and streets after 30 people were injured in the bombing

Topic |   London terrorist attack
A police officer and a soldier stand at the entrance to Horse Guards Parade after it was closed because of the heightened security following an explosion on an underground train on Friday in London. Photo: Reuters A police officer and a soldier stand at the entrance to Horse Guards Parade after it was closed because of the heightened security following an explosion on an underground train on Friday in London. Photo: Reuters
A police officer and a soldier stand at the entrance to Horse Guards Parade after it was closed because of the heightened security following an explosion on an underground train on Friday in London. Photo: Reuters
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