A former employer of Khalid Masood has described him as a middle-class family man who was the "antithesis of a violent radical". Farasat, who wanted his identity to be protected, was a manager at an English language school where the Westminster attacker worked between 2010 and 2012. He said Masood was a "friendly, stable guy" who was not "interested in the political side of Islam". He described him as a man who was focused on his family and said he did not think the attack near Parliament was motivated by religion.
One man is dead and another injured after being shot during a Halloween party in Westminster in the early hours of Saturday morning, authorities say. The shooting occurred at a club at 14160 Beach Blvd. Two men were found lying near the entrance of the club with gunshot wounds and taken to a trauma center by the Orange County Fire Authority. One victim was sent to surgery and is expected to survive; the other was pronounced dead at the hospital. Witnesses said they saw the shooter flee on foot through the parking lot.
Many of them, however, were on the green carpet of the center ring in 2002 when Westminster honored search and rescue dogs for their tireless work at the World Trade Center and Pentagon following the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. The solemn tribute is considered by many the most cherished memory ever at Westminster.
Westminster Abbey is home to the graves of kings, queens and notable English figures, including Isaac Newton and Charles Darwin. It also hosts the grave of The Unknown Warrior -- an unidentified British soldier killed during the First World War -- the only grave on which it is forbidden to walk, and has been the backdrop for every royal coronation since 1066. If that's not enough to get you clicking, I don't know what is. The Street View tour is hosted on both Google Maps and Westminster Abbey's own website, which provides more information on the sights inside.