12 arrested in East London in fight against terrorism

At least six people were killed and three attackers were shot dead by police, Mark Rowley, Britain's top anti-terrorism officer, said. "It may be a vital piece of information".

The British Police have confirmed of arresting 12 persons in connection with the terror attacks at London Bridge and nearby areas that killed seven people and injured dozens others.

Brian Dillon, former head of armed police at London's Metropolitan police, said the changes May outlined sounded like the "right thing to do".

Chilling footage taken from a cab driver's dashcam shows people fleeing in the aftermath of the terror attack on London Bridge.

"I thought they were joking", he said.

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"The suspects were wearing what we now know to be hoax suicide vests", the Metropolitan Police Service said in a statement. Soon after, reports started coming in of stabbings at Borough Market, a nearby area full of bars and restaurants surrounding a popular food market.

Trump was criticized in some quarters for the remark, since it was unclear in-context whether Khan was addressing the attack or London's now-elevated police presence. The suspects then left the vehicle anda number of people were stabbed, including an on-duty British Transport Police officer who sustained serious injuries.

The crude, low-tech attack came just over a week after the bombing that killed 23 adults and children at a concert in Manchester - the worst terrorist incident in Britain in a decade. "I saw about three people running to the market and there were about five people on the floor".

Some saw the man's actions as a symbolic of the UK's refusal to be beaten down by terrorists - despite the latest attack being the third in as many months.

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He told the Press Association: "He's lived here for about three years".

They then emerged and attacked some of the people they had hit with the van before heading to Borough Market, where the pubs and restaurants were packed with Saturday night crowds, including many watching the Champions League final between Juventus and Real Madrid in Cardiff.

In response, a spokesperson for the London mayor said Khan "is busy working with the police, emergency services and the government to coordinate the response to this horrific and cowardly terrorist attack". Britain's interior minister said the country's threat level won't be raised because police believe there are no perpetrators still on the loose.

"It is time to say, enough is enough", she said.

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