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  • #WeStandTogether: London unites after Westminster attack - BBC News

    #WeStandTogether: London unites after Westminster attack - BBC News;

    Londoners have shown sympathy and solidarity after the terrorist attack in Westminster. People took to Twitter using the hashtags #WeStandTogether and #WeAreNotAfraid to show their defiance. It came as London Mayor Sadiq Khan announced a vigil for ...and more »

  • London attack: 'Business as usual' for defiant MPs and commuters - BBC News

    London attack: 'Business as usual' for defiant MPs and commuters - BBC News;

    "We are going to do work as usual. We are not going to let it get us down. The security services have done an amazing job. We can put our trust in them I think." Eric Lomas summed up the feelings of many Londoners in the aftermath of Wednesday's attack ...and more »

  • American in critical condition, 7 arrested after London attack - CBS News

    American in critical condition, 7 arrested after London attack - CBS News;

    Last Updated Mar 23, 2017 9:03 AM EDT. LONDON -- Police in Britain have arrested seven people in overnight raids in London, Birmingham and elsewhere in connection with the Wednesday attack on the Houses of Parliament by a knife-wielding man who ...and more »

  • Islamic State claims responsibility for London car, knife attack that left four dead - Chicago Tribune

    Islamic State claims responsibility for London car, knife attack that left four dead - Chicago Tribune;

    A knife-wielding man went on a deadly rampage in central London on March 22, 2017, mowing down pedestrians on the famed Westminster Bridge before stabbing an armed police officer to death inside the gates of Parliament. Jill LawlessAssociated Press.and more »

  • London attacker known to MI5, airline laptop confusion and the business of brows - Financial Times

    London attacker known to MI5, airline laptop confusion and the business of brows - Financial Times;

    The man who killed three people in a terror attack outside Britain's Houses of Parliament on Wednesday was born in the UK and known to the intelligence service MI5, prime minister Theresa May announced on Thursday. Armed police in the UK have raided ...and more »

  • Islamic State says one of its 'soldiers' carried out London attack - Los Angeles Times

    Islamic State says one of its 'soldiers' carried out London attack - Los Angeles Times;

    The Islamic State group says the attack outside the British Parliament in London was carried out by one of its "soldiers." The Islamic State-linked Aamaq news agency said on Thursday that the person who carried out the "attack in front of the British ...and more »

  • London attack: The victims - BBC News

    London attack: The victims - BBC News;

    Three people were killed, along with the assailant, in Wednesday's attack in Westminster, close to the Houses of Parliament. About 40 people from 11 different countries were injured, of whom 29 needed hospital treatment and seven remain in a critical ...and more »

  • UK police: Eight arrests over Westminster attack - Aljazeera.com

    UK police: Eight arrests over Westminster attack - Aljazeera.com;

    Prime minister says suspect was born in Britain, as police arrest eight in probe into deadly attack near UK parliament. 23 Mar 2017 12:07 GMT. Listen to this page using ReadSpeaker. 0; All Social. World leaders condemned the attack in the heart of ...and more »

  • Islamic State claims London attacker was its 'soldier' - The Hindu

    Islamic State claims London attacker was its 'soldier' - The Hindu;

    British Prime Minister Theresa May speaks in Parliament on Thursday, a day after the attack in London. AFP. CAIRO/LONDON March 23, 2017 16:59 IST. Updated: March 23, 2017 18:46 IST. more-in ...and more »

  • Our values will prevail, defiant Theresa May tells MPs as parliament resumes - The Guardian

    Our values will prevail, defiant Theresa May tells MPs as parliament resumes - The Guardian;

    Theresa May told MPs “our values will prevail” as she delivered a defiant statement to a packed House of Commons on Thursday, less than 24 hours after the terrorist attack on Westminster. May insisted parliament – and the United Kingdom – would not be ...and more »