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ISIS claims responsibility for blast on London underground

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    Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) terrorists have claimed responsibility for an explosion at the Parsons Green underground station in London which injured 22 people on a packed rush hour train.

    The claim was made through its propaganda wing, the Amaq News Agency, stating that an IS “detachment” was responsible for the blast.

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