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Focus on ISIS after deadly London terror attack
ABC News' Martha Raddatz reports on the new strategies undertaken by ISIS as U.K. authorities say the deadly attacks in London seem to be linked to Islamic terrorism.
8 arrested in deadly London terror attack
A man believed to be the attacker was killed at the scene and eight people were arrested in overnight raids in Birmingham and London, according to U.K. authorities.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson praised the progress made against ISIS
Tillerson noted progress in the fight against ISIS in a conference just 30 minutes before the deadly attacks in London.
Attack near UK Houses of Parliament declared terrorism: Police
London's Metropolitan Police said an attack near the Houses of Parliament in which an assailant apparently plowed a car into pedestrians and an officer was stabbed has been declared a terrorist incident.
Attack near UK Houses of Parliament being treated as terrorism: Police
London's Metropolitan Police said an apparent attack near the Houses of Parliament in which an assailant apparently plowed a car into pedestrians and an officer was stabbed is being treated as "a terrorist incident until we know otherwise."
North Korea missile test fails
North Korea test fired and failed to launch one missile from the country's East coast, South Korean officials confirmed to ABC News.
Details of new emergency order from the Department of Homeland Security
Electronics larger than a cellphone will be banned from cabins on some direct flights to the US.
Electronics restricted on flights from certain Middle Eastern airports
The new Homeland Security directive specifically targets nine airlines operating flights to the U.S. from 10 airports in eight countries, including Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Turkey.
The global impact of the FBI investigation into Trump-Russia allegations
Some world leaders are bewildered, even angry, over Trump's unsupported wiretapping claims and the FBI's investigation into whether Russia allegedly meddled in the US election.
North Korea announces new engine for nuclear missile
Trump responded to the increased nuclear threat by saying North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is "acting very, very badly."