Londoners show kindness and compassion in wake of terrorist attack

Danny Woods
June 6, 2017

British police arrested a dozen people in a widening terrorism investigation after attackers using a van and large knives turned a balmy evening of nightlife into a bloodbath and killed seven people in the heart of London.

She said Archibald started as a practicum student and worked at the facility for two years.

Others joked that it was only right that he should take his beer with him, given London's notoriously high prices.

She said he had been unable to find her, and the police had yelled for everyone to stay down.

Police shot dead the three male assailants in the Borough Market area near London Bridge within eight minutes of receiving the first emergency call.

The president said he had spoken with British Prime Minister Theresa May to express America's "unwavering support" and offer aid.

Residents of the northern English city Manchester also looked to their city's culture for solace after a suicide bombing at a pop concert killed 22 people and injured 116 nearly two weeks ago, Britain's deadliest attack in almost 12 years.

"There was a auto with a loudspeaker saying "go, go" and they (police) threw a grenade. and then I ran", he said.

Trump was quickly criticized on social media for politicizing the terror attack to defend one of his more controversial policies. "Volunteer your time and labour or donate to a homeless shelter", the family said.

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In an appearance on NBC's "Today Show", Conway said people should pay attention to what the president is doing, saying people in England had tried to inform authorities about the terrorists before the attacks happened.

The statement from the group, added: "The Mayors of the U.S. whose cities have been hit with an attack of hate and murder have an even more personal feeling for London Mayor Khan".

"We cannot and must not pretend that things can continue as they are", May said, calling for a strengthened counter-terrorism strategy that could include longer jail sentences for some offences and new cyberspace regulations.

Also injured was Andrew Morrison, an electrician from Darwin.

Too many senior officers in state police forces had bowed to "political correctness" in concerning themselves with a potential community backlash during terrorist attacks, he said.

"They are callous, they are barbaric and they are absolute cowards".

Cafes, underground trains and restaurants were full on Sunday, even as London Bridge remained cordoned off.

"I chucked it, but I think I missed one of them, and then I picked up a stool, and I threw it at him".

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