London Suffers New Terror Attack
Three men went on a rampage with a van and large knives late Saturday night, killing at least seven people and injuring dozens.
People are led to safety on Southwark Bridge away from London Bridge after an attack on June 3, 2017 in London.
Police responded to reports of a van hitting pedestrians on London Bridge in central London. British Prime Minister Theresa May on Sunday blamed "evil" Islamist ideology for an attack by knife-wielding men who mowed down and stabbed pedestrians on the London Bridge and nearby Borough Market. Police say three suspects have been shot dead and the investigation, along with raids, continues throughout East London. The three attackers are said to have been wearing fake suicide vests.
Police are dispatched to the reported incident on the London Bridge.
People leave the area with their hands up after police arrive.
Police officers and members of the emergency services attend to injured people.
Londoners leave the area following police orders, as they seal off the area for investigation.
A suspected terrorist, wearing what appear to be canisters around his waist, is on the ground after being knocked down by police officers in Borough Market, late Saturday. He was shot and killed by police officers.
Members of the public, wrapped in emergency blankets, leave the scene.
Forensic officers work at on London Bridge Sunday morning.
Medics leave the scene of last night's London Bridge attack.
Armed police officers patrol outside The Shard tower and London Bridge railway station.
The Prime Minister delivers a statement outside 10 Downing Street in central London on Sunday.
A woman cries as she carries a tribute to leave on the London Bridge.
A couple leave a bouquet of flowers at the police cordon at the north end of the London Bridge.
A man stands in a shop as a police officer exits the door of a property in East Ham, east London, following a raid as police continue their investigations.
A boy holds a water gun as police officers stand on duty inside a cordon in East Ham, where police are conducting a raid.
A woman wipes her eye as a police officer comforts her near the scene of Saturday night's attack.
Armed police officers return to their vehicles as Prime Minister Theresa May calls a meeting of the emergency response committee, Cobra.
A woman films the scene on her phone from a balcony overlooking a block of flats which was raided by police in connection with last night's terrorist attack, in Barking, England. Police arrested 12 people after the raids.
Police officers escort a woman to a police van following a raid in Barking.