Police detain van attack suspect in Finsbury Park – video

19 June 2017 @12:30 | The Guardian
Mobile phone footage taken by Mohammed Abdullah shows a man being held against a police van after a vehicle ploughed into worshippers leaving a mosque in north London. One person is dead and eight others have been taken to hospital Please note: audio contains strong language Finsbury Park attack – latest updates What we know so far about van attack near London mosque Continue reading. continue...


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