A fake explosive belt worn by the London Bridge attackers is seen in this undated photograph received via the Metropolitan Police on June 11, 2017 in London, Britain. Metropolitan Police/Handout via Reuters
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Attackers Khuram Butt, Rachid Redouane and Youssef Zaghba wore the belts when they mowed down pedestrians on London Bridge then stabbed people in nearby Borough Market on June 3 .British police said meanwhile all 22 suspects arrested over last month's Manchester concert bombing have been released without charge, acknowledging that detectives are still not sure whether the attacker had accomplices.Jackson said some of those arrested had offered "accounts which explain innocent contact with Abedi". Suspects who are arrested under terrorism laws can be held for up to 14 days before they must be charged or released.In France, Paris Prosecutor Francois Molins said the man who attacked a policeman with a hammer outside Notre Dame Cathedral was a self-radicalized loner with a deep interest in Daesh (ISIS) propaganda.
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