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CCTV footage filmed from inside a petrol station showed a 79-year-old man paying using his card while his car was outside in Kensington, west London - before it was stolen by thieves.
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The House of Commons paused along with the rest of the country to honour those who lost their lives - including Pc Keith Palmer who manned the gates at parliament.
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me here today in London. I was yesterday in Washington at the meeting of the coalition against Daesh. 68 countries participated in this.
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nothing will change the normality of life and our belief in democracy and freedom. Minister, you are welcome. Thank you, minister, for welcoming me here today in London. I was.
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when we discussed together about what to do better in Iraq or in Syria, the news from London came to us, the news of the.
Sky News
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us, the news of the attack, near Westminster with four dead and 40 injured persons. Three French students on a visit with their class in London. It is a new tragedy
BBC News 24
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It was very moving. It sends the right message that London carries on and business carries on as usual. I would agree. It does.
ABC News - International
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ABC News' Molly Hunter reporting from London, where at least 4 people have died, including 1 officer, in terror incident.
Daily Express
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Katie Price was targeted for her comments about the London terrorist attack [Getty ] The 38 year old had been stuck in traffic and tweeted to her 2.13 million followers to ask what was going on in the area. "Omg I was right by Westminster when it just happened, like a scene from a film," the mum of five then wrote moments later. And while many of her fans responded with similar messages of shock and support, some Twitter users were unimpressed with the model’s ...
Coventry Telegraph
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The operation began at around 11pm and ended at around 2am
International Business Times
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Updates throughout the day as Westminster deals with aftermath of 'appalling' attack.
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here in large numbers and West Midlands Police working with the Metropolitan Police, going into this building. A number of arrests were made. We know this is one of six properties in Birmingham, London and other locations as yet unnamed
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Scientists at BAE Systems and City, University of London have revealed how research work on how falcons fly is inspiring new technologies for aircraft that could contribute to their safety in the air, aerodynamics and fuel efficiency. The technologies could be applied within the next 20 years.
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Leicester Mercury
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A special prayer service for the victims of the London terrorist attack is being held in Leicester Cathedral today. The Bishop of Leicester, the Right Reverend Martyn Snow is to lead the service at 5.30pm which is open to the public. The Right Rev Martyn Snow said: Yesterday's events in Westminster have shocked and saddened us all. Our thoughts and prayers are with those who are bereaved and injured. In particular, we remember the family of Pc Keith Palmer who was...
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yesterday raced through the corridors of Westminster to find safety will today gather in defiance to resume parliamentary business. London has survived terror before and is determined those who wish us harm will not succeed this time either
Plymouth Herald
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WATCH ABOVE: A harrowing eyewitness account of yesterday's horror in WestminsterExtra police patrols are being introduced in Devon and Cornwall following the London terror attack yesterday, it has been reported.Following the incident yesterday where an as-yet-unidentified man drove a car into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge, before fatally stabbing a police officer in the grounds of Parliament, police forces across the country confirmed they were on high alert. The suspect was later shot dead...
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jam-packed, because commuters, tourists and the like are trying to find their way around London roads because so many in the heart of the city are shut. We will now speak to a former counterterrorism detective who was part.
BBC News 24
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the area closed off for more than two hours. Hundreds of detectives have worked through the night and we have searched six addresses and made seven arrests. The inquiries in Birmingham, London and other parts of the country continue
BBC News 24
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You can hear sirens going off and that is the sound that will accompany London.
Evening Standard
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This was the harrowing scene after a terrorist turned Westminster Bridge into a bloodbath by mowing down at least 20 people on his way to attack Parliament.
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