Two French citizens injured in London terror attack

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The terror incidents reportedly left unconfirmed number of people dead and injured after van ploughs into pedestrians on London Bridge and Borough Market. "There's no reason to be alarmed", he said. Armed police on St Thomas Street, London, Sunday June 4, 2017, near the scene of Saturday night's terrorist incident on London Bridge and at Borough Market. Mrs May said they were "worn only to spread panic and fear". Give us all your thoughts below!

Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police Cressida Dick confirmed that seven victims have died and says police are working to identify the attackers.

"We cannot and must not pretend that things can continue as they are", she said. "The Uber stopped, we asked people what was going on - people said there was shooting", said Yoann Belmere, 40, a French banker living in London.

Trump said the USA will do whatever it can to help London and Britain combat terrorism.

Trump's tweets came the day after he touted his so-called travel ban in the wake of the London terror attacks, while also pledging assistance to Britain.

The arrests by a counterterrorism unit occurred in the East London neighborhood of Barking, police said in a statement.

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A white van rammed into pedestrians on London Bridge Saturday night.

Speaking on the BBC, the London mayor made clear that he was advising Londoners and visitors not to be concerned by the presence of additional armed police officers on the streets of the capital in the days to come, and not playing down anxieties about the attack itself.

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The prime minister led an emergency meeting of her security Cabinet on Sunday morning.

United States President Donald Trump could find himself in a diplomatic wrangle, this time over the terrorist attacks in London, in which seven people lost their lives. But the statement available on the official website of the London mayor did not use the phrase "there's no reason to be alarmed", which Trump referred to in his tweet to criticise the Pakistani-origin mayor. The Prime Minister said introducing new rules for cyberspace would "deprive the extremists of their safe spaces online" and that technology firms were not now doing enough.

On May 22, Salman Abedi, a British-born suicide bomber, killed 22 people and injured 59 others at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, northwestern England.

Borough Market, a popular destination for food-lovers, is packed with gourmet restaurants and old fashioned pubs centered around a vibrant food market to the south of London Bridge, right next to the River Thames and in the shadow of the UK's tallest building, the Shard.

Late last month, as the investigation of possible ties between Russian Federation and the 2016 Trump campaign dominated the headlines, The Wall Street Journal reported that Trump was considering asking lawyers to screen his tweets.

Khan, the first Muslim mayor of a major European city, has attracted ire from the Trump family before.

"The UK threat level remains severe, which means an attack is highly likely and therefore we would urge people to remain vigilant".

President Trump tweeted solidarity with Britain, tweeting "WE ARE WITH YOU". The attackers then got out and stabbed people, killing another six and wounding scores more.

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