London Bridge Terror Attack Condemned By Theresa May

Emergency officials said 48 people were treated at London hospitals and a number of others suffered less serious injuries. "In addition, as you know, we believe, three suspects are dead", London Metropolitan Police chief Cressida Dick said in a televised statement on Sunday.

May plays down election loss poll

May plays down election loss poll

The model was based on 50,000 interviews conducted over a week and allowed YouGov to assess the intention of every type of voter, from where they live to how they voted on Brexit , their age and social background, in order to weight the results.

1000 injured in panic after soccer game

Local media cited older Juventus fans present as saying the panic had evoked painful memories of the 1985 Heysel disaster, in which 39 mostly Italian fans died when fans were crushed by a collapsing wall before the start of that year's European Cup final, against Liverpool.

No Vietnamese victims in London Bridge attack: embassy

As the world wakes up to the news of last night's attack in London , in which at least seven people died and 48 were injured, stories of fearless people in the city fighting back against the terrorists are surfacing. "I was throwing bottles at them, pint glasses, stools, chairs". There was no immediate claim of responsibility. She said the attack in London "is being treated as a potential act of terrorism ".