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These are external links and will open in a Black and New Westminster girl car head window. The man arrested on suspicion of terror offences after a car crashed outside the Houses of Parliament has been named as Salih Khater by government sources.

The year-old British citizen, originally from Sudan, has also been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder, Met Police said. His brother described him as a "normal person" with no fanatical ideas and no links to any religious group. Abdullah Khater also said his family - who are originally from Darfur in Sudan - were in "a state of shock".

Police have been granted a warrant of further detention by Westminster Magistrates' Court enabling them to question Mr Khater until 20 August. Three people were injured when a silver Ford Fiesta hit cyclists and pedestrians during Tuesday morning's rush hour.

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The car then crashed into security barriers outside the Houses of Parliament just before A man and a woman were taken to hospital after the crash and later discharged, while another man was treated for minor injuries at the scene. The suspect is not believed to have been known to MI5 or counter-terrorism police, but is understood to have been known to local police. He did not co-operate with officers after his arrest, Scotland Yard said.

The investigation team's priority "continues to be to understand the motivation behind this incident", a spokesman added. Police have concluded searches of two properties in Birmingham and one in Nottingham, and are currently searching a third address in Birmingham.

BBC News home affairs correspondent Daniel Black and New Westminster girl car head said the reasons for the crash remained "very open". He said while detectives were holding Mr Khater on suspicion of terror offences, they had not formally Black and New Westminster girl car head the crash a terrorist incident, suggesting they are yet to find anything to link him to extremism. Mr Khater came to Britain in and successfully applied for UK citizenship in the past two years.

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His brother said he had been planning a trip back home to see his family, having not seen them for some time. Mr Khater is believed to Matures under men lived in a first-floor flat above a parade of shops in Black and New Westminster girl car head Sparkbrook area of Birmingham until four months ago, Black and New Westminster girl car head he moved to the city's Highgate area.

Neighbours called him a quiet man who frequently visited an internet cafe and a nearby shisha lounge, both on Stratford Road. Local resident Ahmed Abdi described him as a man who "never spoke to anybody", and added: Having completed his secondary education in Sudan, he studied electrical engineering at university there before moving to the UK.

He studied English as a second or foreign language at City College from tolater studying a diploma in science at South and City College in Birmingham from to More recently, Mr Khater studied accountancy at Coventry University from September to May this year, a spokesman for the university said.

He is no longer enrolled there. People in Birmingham who know Mr Khater say they thought he travelled to London in order to renew his Sudanese visa at the Sudanese embassy.

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A source at the embassy told the BBC they could find Black and New Westminster girl car head information about an appointment on Tuesday, but confirmed people were able to turn up without one. Birmingham Central Mosque said its inquiries with the community found he did not worship at the mosque and had showed no signs of radicalisation.

In a CV seen by the BBC, Mr Khater described himself as a "hardworking, honest and polite individual" and "mature and responsible, with the ability to stay calm in high pressured situations". It says he worked in Libya for two years as a farm labourer before coming to the UK.

It is understood Mr Khater did obtain a licence from the Security Industry Authority SIAalthough the organisation said Black and New Westminster girl car head could not comment due to the "ongoing police investigation".

A number of witnesses said the car, which was travelling westbound in Parliament Square, appeared to deliberately hit members of the public as it swerved into the opposite lane. Footage released by the Black and New Westminster girl car head showed the moment of the crash. A police officer can be seen jumping over a barrier to get out of the way. A passenger in the first car behind the cyclists said they had been "thrown everywhere" after being hit at what she estimated to be 25mph.

The car was driven to London from Birmingham the night before, arriving just after midnight on Tuesday.

Westminstdr then spent nearly five hours in the Tottenham Court Road area before being driven around Westminster for more than 90 minutes Black and New Westminster girl car head the crash. Police have been able to trace the route taken thanks to automatic number plate recognition cameras.

They have released new images of the Fiesta and appealed to anyone who may have seen the car or its driver in the hours Black and New Westminster girl car head up to the crash to come forward. Mr Khater was detained at the scene under the Terrorism Act and taken to a south London police station.

No-one else was in the car when it crashed and no weapons were found in it. Police are treating it as a terror-related incident "given that this appears to be a deliberate act, the method, and this being an iconic site", Scotland Yard's Cornelius OR wife swapping of counter-terrorism Neil Basu said.

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Britain's most senior police officer, Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick, said Westminster could be pedestrianised to stop vehicle attacks, calling them terrorists' "weapon of choice". She said it was "a matter that will be discussed no Women on webcam Harrislee between parliamentary authorities, us, the intelligence agencies and indeed the local authorities and the mayor".

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan said he was also in favour of more security measures being introduced in Parliament Square and around London. British Transport Police said it was increasing patrols in England, Scotland and Wales and that its officers would be "highly visible on trains and at stations".

Specialist officers skilled in recognising if "someone may be in an area for terrorist or other criminal purposes" have Black and New Westminster girl car head Wsstminster in Westminster, with uniformed and plain-clothed officers patrolling.

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The prime minister's spokesman said, as of the end of Junethere were live investigations into potential terrorist plots. Since March13 Islamist plots and four far-right plots had been foiled, he added. UK selected England N. Westminster Weztminster Salih Khater named as suspect 15 August Related Topics Westminster car crash.

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