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London terror victim stabbed to death by the type of man he wanted to help

The Age Saturday, 30 November 2019 ()
The father of one of the two people killed in the London Bridge terror attack has warned British politicians against using the murder as a pretext for more "draconian" prison sentences.
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Man Shot Dead in London Bridge 'Terrorist Incident'. Police were called at 1:58pm to a stabbing at premises near to London Bridge, @metpoliceuk, via Twitter. According to authorities, several people have been injured. Health conditions of the victims are not yet known. . The event has been labeled a...

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