A street in Newport is roped off after an arrest in connection with the London Underground bomb attack. There has been a heavy police presence in the city's Jeffrey Street all night and the street is still closed. A 25-year-old man was held following the raid which was carried out shortly after 7pm on Tuesday. There is also a significant police presence at another street in the city though we do not know if this is connected to the arrest at Jeffrey Street.
Three people have been arrested in Wales as police investigate a bomb attack on the London Underground. There is a heavy police presence on two streets in Newport, which are both closed off. Two men, aged 48 and 30, were arrested under section 41 of the Terrorism Act at an address in Newport at around 5.10am. This followed the arrest of a 25-year-old man at a separate address in Newport at around 7pm last night in connection with the bomb attack at Parsons Green in London.
LARGO, Fla. (WNCN) – There are about 150,000 Duke Energy customers in Pinellas County still without power and crews are working around the clock to get that number to zero. A crew from North Carolina said they’re sacrificing time with their families and, for some, missing out on major life events to help. As they enter day four of work, Duke Energy crews from around the country fight through the fatigue and exhaustion to restore power.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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