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Third suspect arrested in London terror attack

20 Septembre 2017

London Metropolitan police arrested two more men early Wednesday in connection with last week's bombing of a subway vehicle in Parsons Green.

A 48-year-old man and a 30-year-old man were detained under the Terrorism Act in the early hours, after a search at an address in Newport.

British authorities have taken a third man into custody on suspicion of playing a part in Friday's Parsons Green Tube terror attack.

Authorities have reduced the terror threat level from "critical" to "severe", indicating they view another attack as highly likely, but no longer imminent.

Police officers stand behind cordon tape near a property that was searched after an explosion on a London Underground train, in Sunbury-on-Thames September 16, 2017.

The two suspects detained over last week's London subway bombing are an 18-year-old refugee from Iraq and a 21-year old from Syria, both of whom were fostered by a British couple, according to a local official and media reports.

Bomb experts who studied the photographs of the smouldering homemade bomb remains say that the initial charge went off, explaining it was very fortunate the main charge failed to detonate.

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Local council chief Ian Harvey said he believed the 18-year-old was an Iraqi orphan who moved to the United Kingdom three years ago after his parents died.

Faroukh is being quizzed in a south London police station after he was arrested just before midnight on Saturday outside Aladdin's Fried Chicken, in Hounslow, where he worked.

Footage obtained by broadcaster ITV shows a man near the Sunbury address Friday morning carrying a bag from Lidl supermarket.

Police are searching three addresses, including the suburban home of Penelope and Ronald Jones, who have served as foster parents for more than 200 children. The Metropolitan Police only identify suspects once they have been officially charged with a crime.

Two people have been arrested as part of the probe into the attack, which injured passengers on a train at Parsons Green. After leaving the train he spent 20 minutes in the station toilets, before joining the District Line towards central London.

Four other violent attacks in Britain this year have killed 36 people.

Previous attacks in Britain this year at Westminster Bridge, London Bridge and Finsbury Park as well as a blast at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester killed dozens of people and injured more than 150 others.