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U.K.’s May says ‘we are not afraid’ after terror attack

By Bloomberg
23 March 2017   |   12:44 pm
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May delivers an address before U.K. Parliament one day after four people died in London's worst terror attack in more than a decade.

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