Anti-terrorist police are continuing to question six people in connection with a suicide bomb attack in Israel, which is thought to have been carried out by two Britons. The three men and three women are being held at the high-security Paddington Green police station in central London, on suspicion of helping to plan terrorist attacks. The arrests follow claims by Israeli police that Tuesday’s bomb attack, which killed three people and injured more than 50, was carried out by two Britons – Asif Muhammad Hanif, 21, and Omar Khan Sharif, 27. Mr Hanif died in the explosion at Mike’s Bar in Tel Aviv, while Mr Sharif is being hunted by Israeli police, who say he fled the bar after the bomb he was carrying failed to go off. Full Story
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