Khalid Masood named as suspect in British Parliament attack - UPI.com
UPI reports: "Police on Thursday named the man they say carried out Britain's
bloodiest attack in over a decade -- and in the process, killed four
people and wounded nearly 30 others outside Westminster Palace in
Metropolitan Police identified the suspect as Khalid Masood, a
British-born citizen who officials said lived in the West Midlands
region of central Britain. [...] Wednesday's was the deadliest attack in Britain since the July 7, 2005, terrorist bombings in central London that killed 52 people and injured nearly 800."
Police in Antwerp, Belgium arrest attacker who drove into crowd - UPI.com
UPI reports: "Police in Antwerp arrested a French national from northern Africa for
allegedly trying to run down shoppers on a busy thoroughfare Thursday
Police identified the suspect only as 'Mohamed R,' a 39-year-old living
in France. Witnesses said he drove a small red car into a crowd on De
Meir, the northern city's largest shopping street. Pedestrians were able
to avoid being hit and police responding to the scene were able to stop
the vehicle and arrest the driver, officials said. [...] The incident in Belgium came a day after the one-year anniversary of the bombings in Brussels that killed 32 people."
Comment: These are challenging times for the security services. Let's hope they develop some good strategies for dealing with lone-wolf attacks.