London bombing: Teenager bought components on Amazon, says prosecutor

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A teenager accused of planting a bomb on a London Underground train last week allegedly bought components on Amazon, packing the device with shrapnel, a prosecutor said Friday. Ahmed Hassan, 18, appeared in court on Friday on charges of attempted murder a week after the attack at Parsons Green station which injured 30 people a […]
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