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A Few Answers in the London Attack

ISIS claimed responsibility, police identified the three suspects, and the name of the first victim was released.
Source: Neil Hall / Reuters

It’s not yet a full day after the attack, but already some answers are beginning to materialize.

ISIS has claimed responsibility for the London Bridge attack, according to the SITE Intelligence Group, an organization that tracks terrorists. ISIS has often taken responsibility for similar attacks, even if there is little evidence to support their claim, and even if the attacker may have only

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