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ABC新闻:伦敦警方逮捕两名地铁恐袭嫌疑人 悉尼跑步节开跑

The top stories from ABC News. British police have arrested a second man in relation to the London tube attack. The 21 year-old was arrested in the west London suburb of Hounslow. Earlier, police raided a home and arrested an 18 year old in connection with the homemade bomb which injured 30 people on Friday. The terror threat in the UK remains at CRItical. The words 'vote no' have appeared in the sky over Sydney's inner-west. The aerial statement comes a day after the no campaign officially kicked off in Sydney, with traditional marriage advocates saying they are on the right side of legal and moral history. Around one thousand people attended the event including Senator Cory Bernardi. Hundreds of opposing protesters have been kept apart by a strong police contingent in central Melbourne. Supporters for the campaign against racism and fascism marched through the CBD to confront a rally organised by Facebook far-right figure Avi Yemini. And in Sydney, the Harbour Bridge and major roads were closed as more than thirty thousand people hit the pavement for the Sydney running festival. Ethiopian born Australian, Makda Haji, won the women's marathon, wiping a minute 38 off the record. A Japanese runner Shota Hattori took out the men's marathon for the third year in a row. 来自:VOA英语网 文章地址: http://www.tingvoa.com/17/09/496625.html