Latest on London: 7 killed in terrorist attack - Turin 1.500 hurt in firecracker scare
One actual terrorist attack in London left seven people dead and 48 injured and a perceived terrorist attack in Turin left one thousand five hundred hurt in a stampede.
In the London attack, three youths ran down people using a van at London Bridge and then jumped out of the vehicle wearing falso bomb belts at Borough Market and started stabbing people. The three youths were shot dead by police. The incident happened at around 22.00 BST. In sequence of the attack, twelve people have been arrested at an address in Barking, connected to one of the murderers who lived there with his wife and two children. 21 of the hospitalized are in a critical condition.
Islamic State has not yet claimed responsibility but the incident has been described by terrorism experts as an IS-inspired attack.
In Turin, a crowd was watching the screening of the Champions League final between Real Madrid and Juventus in Piazza San Carlo when a firecracker went off, provoking panic and a stampede in which 1,500 people were injured. 7 people were hospitalized, 3 are in critical condition.
Kent McLellan, an American neo-Nazi who fought in the Donbass as part of the Nazi Right Sector* movement, returned to Florida and started sharing his experience with media outlets