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Trump denounces 'loser terrorist' after London attack

Trump denounces 'loser terrorist' after London attack

In May, British Prime Minister Theresa May protested to Trump after US officials leaked information about a deadly bombing in Manchester. "And to be able to take the necessary action when people do cause us harm", she said.

The Islamic State (IS) terror group has claimed responsibility for the attack through its Amaq news agency, according to the US-based Site Intelligence.

On Sept. 15, a small explosion created a fire aboard an Underground train in London's Parsons Green Tube station. Several people appeared to have burn injuries. "I ended up squashed on the staircase". "There were nannies or mums asking where their children were".

In May, the UK police temporarily stopped sharing intelligence about the terror investigation with the United States over a series of leaks about the Manchester bombing.

The National Health Service said 18 people had been taken to hospitals and that another four had sought medical treatment on their own. Police are asking members of the public to share any images and information they may have that are related to the scene. "We are only aware of one device", he said. "We are chasing down suspects".

A short time later, Trump added: "Loser terrorists must be dealt with in a much tougher manner".

"Photos posted on social media show a white plastic bucket with flames coming out of the top - along with wires".

Mark Rowley, head of counterterrorism for the Metropolitan Police, said "this was a detonation of an improvised explosive device". But, at least in the early stages of this London investigation, there is no evidence to suggest where the attackers hailed from or what their motives were.

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In its recent Inspire magazine, al-Qaida urged supporters to target trains. Officials confirmed it as a terrorist attack, which is the fifth in Britain in 2017.

"I am sickened by the terrorist attack in London and am praying for the victims". Similar methods have been used in attacks across Europe, including in Nice, Stockholm, Berlin and Barcelona.

It is the second time this year that the threat assessment - made by the Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre - has been raised to the highest level.

He did not immediately offer condolences to the British people.

Johnson says it would be "wrong to speculate", and that police and transit authorities "are on it".

On 3 June, the day of the terrorist attack on London Bridge, the president tweeted: "We need to be smart, vigilant and tough". Police budgets have been cut since 2010 by Britain's Conservative government.

It's not clear whether the device was meant to explode when it did.

London firefighters are leading passengers off a train along elevated subway tracks near where a reported explosion sent commuters fleeing in panic.