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I'm Windsor Johnston a stabbing attack near London Bridge today has left multiple people injured officials in Britain say the suspect who was shot and killed by police was found to be wearing a hoax explosive device Metropolitan Police assistant commissioner Neal bass sucess at Sardis are investigating the incident as an act of terror due to the nature of the incident we responded as though this was terrorist related I'm not in a position to confirm that it has been declared a terrorist incident London mayor city con address the media shortly after the attack thanking first responders every day they put their lives on the line for us running towards danger he does keep a safe area around London Bridge remains cordoned off and bus subway and train stations are closed shops and restaurants in the area have been evacuated a stabbing attack on the bridge in two thousand seventeen at left eight people dead and forty eight injured a Taliban spokesman says his group has met with American officials but stop short of saying that peace talks with the US have restarted NPR's D. ahead deed reports this comes a day after president trump announced that negotiations were back on and suggested that the Taliban want to make a deal trump made the comments during an unannounced trip to a military base in Afghanistan to celebrate thanksgiving in response the Taliban spokesperson told Reuters that the group at the meeting American officials in the Gulf state of Qatar since last weekend the spokesman said the already to restart talks they will up turn by trump in a surprise announcement in early September the Taliban have consistently said they want to restart the negotiations with a left off a deal between the two sides would likely see withdrawal of thousands of American troops in exchange for cease fires throughout Afghanistan if that successful it would widely be seen as a victory for the insurgents after nearly two decades of bowl do you have date NPR news Islamabad the twenty twenty eight democratic presidential candidates are returning to their campaign schedules today following the thanksgiving holiday NPR's Danielle Kurds lavine reports the Iowa caucuses are a little more than two months away former vice president Joe Biden is kicking off an eight day bus tour of Iowa on Saturday senator Elizabeth Warren will hold a Saturday town hall in Chicago before returning to Iowa for a series of events both candidates have fallen off recently in the first caucus state Biden lead in Iowa through mid September at which point Warren overtook the lead according to the real clear politics polling average recent pulling now shows them closely matched with senator Bernie Sanders well south bend Indiana mayor people to judge has moved ahead in the state for his part Sanders is returning to the trail on Sunday in South Carolina and digital start of his next campaign swing in North Carolina on Sunday Daniel Kurtz Levon NPR news on Wall Street the Dow was down one.

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