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2 Dec 2019
The Metropolitan Police are dealing with a "terrorist incident" at London Bridge, confirming that they had shot dead the attacker. Two people have died in the attack, in addition to the assailant, according to reports.
10 Jun 2017
Police say the London Bridge attackers tried to hire a seven-and-a-half tonne lorry to carry out their attack. But the three men failed to provide payment details and the vehicle was not picked up, prompting them to use a smaller van from a DIY store instead.
10 Jun 2017
British police release images on Saturday of one of the distinctive pink knives used during the London Bridge attack that took place a week ago.
5 Jun 2017
British Prime Minister Theresa May said Saturday's London Bridge attack targeted the UK but also the free world.
4 Jun 2017
Dashcam footage shows panic on London bridge moments after attacks.
4 Jun 2017
London Mayor Sadiq Khan says the city will never be cowed by terrorists following Saturday night's attack in London Bridge.
4 Jun 2017
Three assailants smashed a van into pedestrians on London Bridge before attacking revellers in a popular nightlife hub with knives, leaving seven dead in the third deadly terror attack in Britain since March.
4 Jun 2017
Police say at least six people have beeen killed by attackers near London Bridge.

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