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British Police Name Suspect In Crash At Parliament That Injured 3

Salih Khater, 29, is a Sudan-born British citizen who remains in custody. Police say there's no evidence that Londoners are in any further danger in connection with the incident.

A 29-year-old Sudan-born U.K. citizen is being held on terrorism charges relating to a car crash at Parliament in London that injured three people, British media reports.

On Tuesday morning, before crashing into security barriers outside of

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