London mosque attacker convicted of murder

Darren Osborne, who wrote a hate-filled note then took a van to kill Muslims, has been convicted of murder for the Finsbury Park attack he executed.


    The man who drove his van into a crowd outside a London mosque last year has been convicted of murder.

    One person was killed when Darren Osborne rammed his van into worshippers who were leaving Ramadan prayers in Finsbury Park.


    Al Jazeera's Barnaby Phillips reports from London.


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