A new report from the British Parliament found that a man sentenced to life in prison for attempting to blow up a London subway station in 2017 had admitted to being trained by the Islamic State in a camp in Iraq when he applied for asylum. Ahmed Hassan entered the country in 2015 and was granted asylum despite his admission. British intelligence never investigated him before the bombing.
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