British terror threat to highest level

The British Prime Minister Theresa May has the threat level of attacks in the country revised from ' serious ' to ' critical '.

That is the highest level, meaning that a terrorist act is expected. May took that decision Friday night after the attack in the London underground earlier in the day. The latter is claimed by Daesh. That happened as usual by the Press Office of the terror organization, Amaq.

By the explosion of a ' do-it-zelfbom ' in a plastic bag were several passengers injured. The national health service (NHS) said Friday evening 29 victims to have treated. None of them was serious.

May said on tv that in the coming days armed policemen and soldiers will be in the streets. "Take army units during this period the monitoring tasks of the police about certain shielded places that are not accessible to the public".

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