Voice Of America
a few seconds
Sky News
a few seconds
Sky News
a few seconds
Some break the news on their phones, others clearly distraught. One.
Sky News
a few seconds
Sky News
a few seconds
rule of law, command the admiration and respect of free people everywhere. That is why it is a target for those who reject those values. But let me make it clear today, as I have had cause to do.
BBC News 24
a few seconds
in the shadow of Big Ben. The Houses of Parliament and the surrounding area were placed into immediate lockdown as police conducted a thorough search. Among those held inside for several hours was our political editor Laura Kuenssberg, and we start tonight with her account of what happened
BBC News 24
a few seconds
BBC News 24
a few seconds
Go! Go, move yourselves, go! The centre of our government, normally a safe place. Not today
BBC News 24
a few seconds
Members of the public, politicians, the hundreds of staff for whom this is work. In politics, for some a home from staff for whom this is work. In.
Sputnik International
a minute
SPACE.com
a minute
Vanity Fair
a minute
Herald Courier
a minute
BBC News 24
a minute
And we will have the latest analysis on the news Channel, including how tomorrow's papers are reporting the attack
BBC News 24
a minute
Good evening from Westminster, where a state of emergency.
BBC News 24
a minute
was imposed this afternoon following a terror incident which led to at least four deaths and more than 20 people injured. Those killed include a police officer and the man who carried out the attack. It's the worst attack in London since the July 7th bombings of 2005. This was the sequence of events which started.
BBC News 24
a minute
BBC News 24
a minute
He then ran through the gates of the Palace of Westminster armed with a knife and stabbed a police officer, who wasn't armed and later died despite the efforts of a team of emergency workers and an MP who came to help. The attacker was shot dead by police who rushed to the scene.
Sky News
a minute
That includes the attacker, who after driving his car into pedestrians, and mortally wounding a police officer, was shot dead inside the grounds of Parliament. The first indication of an attack was on Westminster Bridge, where witnesses reported an out-of-control vehicle. A car was driving into pedestrians as it travelled along the bridge.
Sky News
a minute
towards Parliament Square. We know at least ten people were injured on the bridge and at least two pedestrians died. The car then crashed into the railings just before Parliament Square, injuring more people on the pavement. An attacker then ran through the gates into New Palace Yard and confronted police officers there
Sky News
a minute
Witnesses say they saw a man with a large knife attacking a police officer. Armed officers opened fire and the attacker was shot at the scene. Sky's Robert Nisbet was one of the first journalists on the scene. A warning that his report starts with footage showing victims in the moments after the attack
Sky News
a minute
Tom's Hardware UK
2 minutes
MSI has come around with its custom GTX 1080 Ti reveal, but there's not as much information as we'd like about the new cards.
SPACE.com
2 minutes