The Latest on the London subway attack and manhunt for suspects (all times local):
British officials have held an emergency Cabinet meeting to discuss the terror threat facing the country after a London subway blast injured more than two dozen people.
Home Secretary Amber Rudd chaired the Saturday session, which included ministers and senior police.
She was due to be briefed on the morning arrest of an 18-year-old man suspected of a role in the partial detonation of a device on a subway train at Parsons Green station that injured 29 people. The man was arrested in the port of Dover, where ferries link Britain and France.
Officials have left the terrorist threat level at “critical,” suggesting that other suspects in the bombing are still at large.
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