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Parliament to Discuss London Embassy Attack
Parliament to Discuss London Embassy Attack
Sunday, March 11, 2018

Parliament to Discuss London Embassy Attack

Sunday, March 11, 2018

Parliament to Discuss London Embassy Attack

Authorities are investigating an attack against the Iranian Embassy in London and the issue will be discussed in parliament on Sunday, according to a lawmaker.  
Four people were arrested after they climbed on to a first-floor balcony of the embassy on Friday and waved flags in an apparent protest against the government in Tehran, Reuters reported. 
They were detained on suspicion of causing criminal damage and being unlawfully on diplomatic premises, a spokeswoman for London's Metropolitan Police said.
No one was hurt during the incident, and the four were arrested when they came down voluntarily after around three hours. 

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