Kim Sengupta

The Independent

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Defense and diplomatic correspondent for The Independent of London

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After two men hacked another to death on a London street, one of them made a statement to an observer with a cell phone.

Bloody Attack on Soldier Terrifies London

After two men hacked another to death on a London street, one of them made a statement to an observer with a cell phone.

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Eleven suspects in the alleged plot to blow up airliners bound for the US were brought to court today in Britain.

Eleven Suspects Appear in Court over Alleged Airline Terror Plot

Eleven suspects in the alleged plot to blow up airliners bound for the US were brought to court today in Britain.

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A jet plane from Britain to Washington, DC was  forced down in Boston  today because an "unruly" female passenger caused some disturbance.  In Britain,  police have arrested a 24th…

The London Airline Plot and the War on Terror

A jet plane from Britain to Washington, DC was forced down in Boston today because an "unruly" female passenger caused some disturbance.  In Britain, police have arrested a 24th…

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