London police are investigating three small improvised explosive devices (IEDs) delivered March 5 to administrative offices at two of the city’s airports and one of the capital’s main rail terminals. The Metropolitan Police Counter Terrorism Command launched an investigation after the packages—A4-size white envelopes enclosing yellow padded bags—were determined by police specialists to contain IEDs capable of igniting small fires when opened. The first package was ...

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