Puede usar las teclas derecha/izquierda para votar el artículo.Votación:1 estrella2 estrellas3 estrellas4 estrellas5 estrellas (1 votos, promedio: 5.00 sobre 5)


The Reading terrorist attacker had been booked by MI5

London  /  The detainee for the terrorist act in which three people died in Reading (England), Khairi Saadallah, was in 2019 within the radar of the British secret service of internal intelligence, MI5, as reported on Sunday by the BBC.

The 25-year-old man, a Libyan-born asylum seeker, according to local media, randomly stabbed people at a central park in that town this Saturday at around 18.00 GMT, causing three deaths and seriously injuring him. three other people.

According to sources from the country’s internal security services, the British television channel revealed today that the alleged attacker, detained by agents at the scene, had caught the attention of MI5 in 2019.

MI5 reportedly received information suggesting that the man had aspirations to travel to Syria, potentially to commit acts of terrorism.

The source indicated that this information was investigated without being able to identify genuine threats or an imminent risk, so no file was opened, something that would have made him a police target in future investigations.

The deputy commissioner of the Metropolitan Police antiterrorist unit, Neil Basu, said at a press conference today that no other people are believed to have been involved in the incident and the motive for the attack is still unknown.

Local media say that the perpetrator of the events could have mental health problems, an extreme that has not been confirmed.

The attack

One of the three fatal victims of the terrorist act was identified as James Furlong, a teacher who worked as head of the Department of History, Government and Politics at a school in the English town of Wokingham.

Groups of people who were in the central park of Forbury Gardens in that town, located between Oxford and London, were attacked by a single individual armed with a “giant” knife, according to witnesses.

Police have not yet revealed the identity of the rest of the victims.

A health spokeswoman reported that one of the two patients admitted to the local Royal Berkshire Hospital medical center has already been discharged, while the other remains in “stable under observation” condition.

A third wounded man who had been transferred to another hospital in nearby Oxford has also been discharged. (June 21, 2020, EFE / PracticaEspañol)

(Automatic translation)

The related video news:


Lee la noticia y responde a las preguntas

Congratulations - you have completed Lee la noticia y responde a las preguntas. You scored %%SCORE%% out of %%TOTAL%%. Your performance has been rated as %%RATING%%
Your answers are highlighted below.
Question 1
Principalmente el texto habla del...  
servicio secreto británico de forma genérica.
hombre que ha atacado a unas personas en una ciudad inglesa.
lugar donde se ha producido recientemente un ataque.
Question 2
En el texto se dice que...  
el agresor ha logrado escapar de la policía.
el comisario asegura que hay más personas implicadas en ese ataque.
la policía ha detenido a una persona que atacó a un grupo de personas.
Question 3
Según el texto...  
el MI5 no sabía nada del hombre que atacó a esas personas en Reading.
el MI5 estuvo investigando unas informaciones relacionadas con el atacante en 2019.
ese hombre había estado trabajando para el MI5 el año pasado.
Question 4
En el texto se dice que...  
se desconoce si ha habido víctimas mortales en ese ataque.
al menos una persona ha perdido la vida a causa de ese ataque.
el ataque tuvo lugar en la capital de Reino Unido.
Question 5
En el vídeo se ve que...  
no hay ningún vehículo.
hay señales que impiden el paso a peatones o vehículos.
el primer ministro británico acudió al lugar  de los hechos.
Once you are finished, click the button below. Any items you have not completed will be marked incorrect. Get Results
There are 5 questions to complete.

Noticias al azar

Multimedia news of Agencia EFE to improve your Spanish. News with text, video, audio and comprehension and vocabulary exercises