London Honors Victims of Attack
Thousands gathered for a vigil near London Bridge to honor the victims of Saturday's terror attack.
People light candles after a vigil for victims of Saturday's attack in London Bridge, at Potter's Field Park on June 5, 2017 in London. Police arrested several people and are widening their investigation after a series of attacks described as terrorism killed several people and injured more than 40 others in the heart of London on Saturday. The three attackers wearing fake suicide vests were shot dead by police who are treating the attack as a 'terrorist incident.''
Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan (C) British Home Office Secretary, Amber Rudd (R) and British Shadow Labour Home Secretary (L) Diane Abobtt carry flowers during a vigil for the victims of the London Bridge terror attacks near City Hall.
Hundreds gather during the vigil.
A person lays a floral tribute after a vigil at Potters Field Park.
People hold up signs which spell out 'We Love London' as hundreds gather for a vigil in Potters Fields.
Members of the Dawoodi Bohra Muslim community (in white) join others at Potters Fields Park.
People stand near flowers at Potters Fields Park.
A man holds a Union flag as he kneels near flowers and candles.