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Terror Attacks In Downtown London Kill 7, Wound Nearly 50 Others

A Reuters reporter said some time after the attack began that he had heard loud bangs near the Borough Market area, but these appeared to be controlled explosions by security services. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said: "The Labour party will be suspending national campaigning until this evening, after consultations with other parties, as a mark of respect for those who have died and suffered injury".



Bale enjoys 'dream' Madrid win in Cardiff

Real are winners of European football's leading club competition for a 12th time and Bale continued: "We've made more history". One of the first things Navas' counterpart, Gianluigi Buffon, had to do was pick the ball out of his net. The Real Madrid team that edged out Milan in extra time in Brussels two years earlier were the last to be both European and Spanish champions at the same time.



Trump slams London's mayor in wake of attacks

The prime minister said attacks are now inspired "by copying one another and often using the crudest of means of attack". Armed officers from the Metropolitan Police and the City of London Police arrived at Borough Market within moments, and shot and killed the 3 suspects.


London attack: Enough is enough - Theresa May

London attack: Enough is enough - Theresa May

She said the London Bridge attacks were not directly connected with the bombing last month in Manchester or March's attack in Westminster, which saw British-born terrorist Khalid Masood kill five people when he drove into pedestrians and launched a knife attack.


Arrested as UK Prime Minister Vows Crackdown After London Attack

Arrested as UK Prime Minister Vows Crackdown After London Attack

Seven people were killed and almost 50 were injured in a terror attack involving a vehicle striking pedestrians on London Bridge and three attackers stabbing people in nearby Borough Market, authorities said. Some suffered life-threatening injuries. Ms May, who is facing a general election later this week, said during her address that "things can not continue as they are", and that soft attitudes towards extremism, as well as online radicalisation, had paved the way for this type of ...