U.K. Police Make 'Significant Arrest' In Train Attack Case

Police in the U.K. said they arrested an 18-year-old man in southeast England Saturday morning. The attack injured at least 30 people in London Friday.
Friday's train explosion injured at least 30 people, police said Saturday. / Jack Taylor / Getty Images

In what they are calling a "significant arrest," police in London said they have detained an 18-year-old man in connection with the explosion on a train Friday that left dozens injured.

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