Woman found dead in home surrounded by trash, huge rocket paraphernalia

A blast rocked Liverpool in northeast England early Tuesday morning, injuring at least eight people and prompting police to describe the incident as a “terror-related incident.” L.A. Cicero The president of Manchester Metropolitan University,…

Woman found dead in home surrounded by trash, huge rocket paraphernalia

A blast rocked Liverpool in northeast England early Tuesday morning, injuring at least eight people and prompting police to describe the incident as a “terror-related incident.”

L.A. Cicero The president of Manchester Metropolitan University, Mark Ferguson, speaks at a news conference Tuesday.

(ABC News via AP)

Northern Ireland has announced plans to reopen its offices in London Thursday after delaying the move because of a terrorist attack Tuesday.

Three suspects in a white van drove onto London Bridge late Monday, striking pedestrians and leaping on top of them and stabbing several of them. Seven people were killed and dozens more were injured. Officials have identified the attackers as Khuram Butt, Rachid Redouane and Youssef Zaghba. The three are believed to have been in the United Kingdom for several months.

Tuesday morning, a man detonated a homemade explosive device as police executed an arrest warrant in Woolwich, just south of London, according to the Guardian.

Nearby, British authorities plan to reopen offices in the city on Thursday after deciding to relocate them as a result of last week’s Manchester concert bombing. The explosion occurred last Monday outside an Ariana Grande concert, killing 22 people and injuring more than 60. ISIS later claimed responsibility for the bombing.

Meanwhile, police in England and Wales have conducted 185 counter-terrorism operations since the Manchester bombing last Monday, they announced Tuesday morning.

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