Trump responds to UK attack with apparent criticism of London mayor

There, they stabbed people in several different restaurants.

A Tory minister and the leader of the Lib Dems were among those lending cross-party support to Sadiq Khan after Donald Trump slammed his handling of London Bridge terror attacks. "If I can get them to come to the main road then the police can stop them, they can obviously shoot them".

Rowley says police are confident that the three men fatally shot by officers in the minutes after the assault were the only attackers, but there is "clearly more to do" in the investigation.

They were wearing what looked like explosive vests but later appeared to be fake.

"Fellow French citizens are among the injured".

"I thought he was going to get shot - the police officer had his gun on him and was ready to shoot".

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UK Metropolitan Police said later on Sunday that 12 people had been arrested during raids in East London following recent attacks. He was lived here for three years. "He's one of our neighbors. And we need to do everything we can at home to reduce the risks of extremism online", she said. "He has two young kids, he was a very nice guy".

Londoners were quick to offer assistance to those left stranded after the deadly terror attacks at the London Bridge and Borough Market, as they opened their doors to those affected in the capital post the attack by sharing offers on social media with the hashtag #SofaForLondon. Grande and other stars are scheduled to perform a benefit concert for victims under tight security in Manchester Sunday night. May has characterized the attack as the work of Islamic extremists but no group has claimed responsibility yet. She said there must be greater regulation of the internet and that existing online "safe spaces" that allow terrorism to "breed" must be eradicated.

"It is time to say, enough is enough", she said. It was the third terror attack in Britain in less than three months.

The threat level remains at "severe", one step below the highest level, "critical".

An off-duty Metropolitan Police officer was also seriously injured during the London Bridge attack, Scotland Yard said. "If we don't get smart it will only get worse".

A helicopter was also hovering over the area, although it is not clear if it was a police chopper.

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Soon after, there were reported stabbings at nearby Borough Market.

The New York Police Department (NYPD) Counter-terrorism bureau said it was "deploying officers to heavily-travelled pedestrian locations across the city". Forty-eight people were also injured. Police officers yelled at people to run from the area.

"I do not want to see my children grow up in a world where they are afraid to go to the mall, or a concert, or travel the world", Scheer said. "People running everywhere, police shouting to run away".

He said that he helped a man and his partner, even taking the woman into his arms because she was too upset to walk properly.

Police were called at around 10.08pm to reports of a vehicle striking pedestrians on London Bridge.

Amid the violence and fear were stories of compassion and heroism. While we know more than 30 people were being treated in five hospitals, we don't know the extent of their injuries.

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Grande and other stars are scheduled to perform a benefit concert for victims under tight security Sunday night in Manchester. But, with seven victims and three attackers dead, and 48 people taken to the hospital, these are questions for another day.

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