LONDON (Reuters) – The attackers who killed seven people and wounded 48 in central London on Saturday were probably radical Islamist terrorists, Britain’s Home Secretary Amber Rudd said on Sunday.

«As the prime minister said, we are confident about the fact that they were radical Islamist terrorists, the way they were inspired, and we need to find out more about where this radicalisation came from,» Rudd told ITV television.

 

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