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Police have urged Britons to remain vigilant after the opening of pubs

Scotland Yard urges Britons not to forget about safety precautions in connection with the pandemic coronavirus, despite the opening of pubs.

"Yesterday was removed new quarantine restrictions and many Londoners visited pubs and bars to have fun. Most people complied with the requirements of social distancing and remained vigilant. Although in some areas such as SOHO and Portobello road, has accumulated a lot of people, we are pleased that the capital was not a significant incident", - is spoken in the transferred RIA Novosti news Agency the statement of the Deputy head of the police of London Bass Javid.

One of those killed in the attack in reading is a U.S. citizen

One of the victims in the attack in the English city of reading is a U.S. citizen, the newspaper Philadelphia Inquirer.

On Saturday evening in the city Park reading 25-year-old man of Libyan origin with a knife attacked several people, with the result that three were wounded and three were killed. The assailant was arrested the same evening. The police on Sunday morning said that the incident was linked to terrorism and called the name of the assailant, Hairy Saadalla.

One of the victims of the incident in reading was discharged from the hospital

One victim in the incident in reading was discharged from the hospital, told reporters the official representative of the Royal Berkshire hospital, who took injured.

Yesterday evening in the city Park reading 25-the summer local Libyan origin was attacked with a knife on several people, with the result that three were wounded and three were killed. The assailant was arrested the same evening. The police on Sunday morning said that the incident was linked to terrorism and called the name of the assailant, Hairy Saadalla. After the media with reference to sources in law enforcement confirmed that he was a Libyan.

Became known details about attacked people in reading

The suspect in the attack in a city Park reading a local resident is a refugee from Libya, was previously convicted not of terrorism-related crimes, said the official representative of the National Association of service officers work with paroled criminals Tanya Bassett.

Yesterday evening in the city Park reading 25-year-old man of Libyan origin with a knife attacked several people, with the result that three were wounded and three were killed. The assailant was arrested the same evening. The police on Sunday morning said that the incident was linked to terrorism and called the name of the assailant, Hairy Saadalla.

In London on 23 policemen were injured in protests

Twenty-three police officers injured at the hands of the participants of Saturday's protests in London, 113 people were detained, announced on Sunday Scotland Yard.

The movement for the rights of blacks Black Lives Matter (BLM) planned to take place on Saturday, June 13, in London next - already the fourth rally, however, after the unification of football fans said that the coming weekend in the capital and protects against vandalism of the monument and the police, the action was cancelled. Football fans and supporters of right-wing political views, however, arrived in the centre of the British capital. Their protest, though relatively small, had the supporters of the BLM.

Johnson was outraged by clashes between right-wing radicals with the police in London

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has expressed indignation in connection with the incidents during the protests of right-wing radicals in London.

Previously, the movement for the rights of blacks Black Lives Matter (BLM) planned to take place on Saturday, June 13, in London next - already the fourth rally, however, after the unification of football fans said that the coming weekend in the capital and protects against vandalism of the monument and the police, the action was cancelled. Football fans and supporters of right-wing political views, however, arrived in the centre of the British capital. Their protest, though relatively small, had the supporters of the BLM.

In London stepped up security measures due to possible unrest

The police imposes extra security measure in case of possible riots in London, said in transferred to the RIA Novosti statement, the Deputy head of Scotland Yard Bass Javid.

"The safety of protesters, police and the public is our top priority, and it is for this reason that we, in consultation with colleagues and partners came to the conclusion that it is appropriate to introduce the 60 th article", - the statement says Javid.

London police have warned about the inadmissibility of violent protests

The police will not tolerate criminal acts and violence during the protests in London, said the Deputy head of Scotland Yard Bas Javid.

In the British capital on 6 and 7 June were held marches through the main quarters and a rally at the U.S. Embassy in memory of the dead American George Floyd. The action took place peacefully, however, after their completion, joined the protesters radicals and members of the movement "antifa" tried to attack the police, police throwing plastic bottles and refused to leave Whitehall, where the building of government institutions and the entry to the territory of residence of the Prime Minister. On Saturday night the police had to push back from the street about 150 radicals, on Sunday there were about 50.

Johnson condemned the demolition of the monument to the seventeenth century slave trader in Bristol

Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that the demolition of the monument in Bristol crime, those involved should be held accountable, said the official representative of the government office.

Last weekend in several cities in Britain held a rally in memory of the deceased American George Floyd. Sami marches and rallies were peaceful, but protesters joined the radicals and the members of "antifa" were trying to provoke riots and attacked the police. In Bristol hooligans piled with pedestal and threw into the Bay the monument to merchant, philanthropist and MP Edward Colston, who in the seventeenth century, engaged in the slave trade.

After the March in memory of Floyd in London arrested 13 people

London police arrested 13 people after a March in memory of the dead in the USA, George Floyd, said on Thursday Scotland Yard.

On Wednesday thousands of protesters against racism marched through Central London from Hyde Park to Parliament square. The procession passed quietly, there had been only one brief scuffle at the entrance to the residence of the Prime Minister in Downing street. During a similar March held last weekend, was arrested more than 20 people.

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