TASS-FILE. On 22 March in Central London at the building of the British Parliament were fired, injuring several people.

It was also reported the car that hit on Westminster bridge at least five people. At present we know of three victims in the attack.

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Media: the attack in London killed two people

Since the signing of the 1998 Belfast agreement, which ended the conflict in Northern Ireland and terrorist attacks, which was regularly performed by the Irish Republican army in the UK was only two terrorist attacks that led to casualties.

On 7 July 2005 in London by Islamic suicide bombers conducted a series of four explosions – at 8:45 local time the attack takes place on three underground trains, and at 9:47 was blown up city bus in the square in Tavistock square. Killing 52 people, injuring more than 700 .

All the suicide bombers – Mohammed sidique Khan, Shehzad Tanvir, Hasib Hussain and Jermaine Lindsay – were citizens of the United Kingdom, three of them grew up and was educated in the UK. The attack was made on the first day of the summit “big eight” in Scotland’s Gleneagles and the next day after the announcement of London as the capital of the summer Olympic games in 2012.

The results of the investigation of terrorist attacks no one was convicted. In April 2009, a jury acquitted three alleged accomplices of the organizers of the crime.

May 22, 2013 in the district of Woolwich in the South-East London, was killed by a British soldier, drummer Royal infantry regiment Lee Rigby. The killers were two British citizens of Nigerian origin, the followers of radical Islam Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale.

They hit Rigby with a car and then finished off with knives. Both were arrested by police 20 minutes after the murder. The incident was classified as a terrorist attack, December 19, 2013 sentenced to life imprisonment (Adebowale with a non-parole period of 45 years).