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United States Issues Revised Security Directive To Airlines Worldwide

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The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has issued a revised directive to airlines around the world in response to requests that it clarify aviation security measures scheduled to begin taking effect next week, the agency said on Friday.

"This clarifying update will strengthen global aviation security and is a testament to our shared commitment to raising the baseline," said James Gregory, a spokesman for the U.S. Transportation Security Administration, which is part of the DHS.

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6 Killed, Dozens Hurt In Terror Attacks At London Bridge, Nearby Market

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A van driving at high speed mowed down pedestrians on London Bridge late Saturday night before the occupants got out and began stabbing patrons at nearby bars and restaurants, witnesses said in an attack that police described as the latest in a string of deadly terrorist strikes to hit Britain this spring.

Witnesses described a rampage that left a trail of bloodied bodies on the bridge and in the adjacent Borough Market - both of which are London landmarks.

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Attacker Blew Self Up At Ariana Grande's Concert In Manchester, Killing 22: Police

 Manchester Arena

The bombing appeared intended to inflict the maximum possible damage on young concertgoers, many of them in their early teens, who were making their way out of the Manchester Arena.

A lone attacker blew himself up at a pop concert filled with teenagers and their parents killing 22 people in an apparent effort to harm as many young people as possible in the English city of Manchester, police said Tuesday, describing it as a terror attack.

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