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London police report incident on London Bridge

London Mayor Sadiq Khan said on Twitter that "we are all shocked and angry today - but this is our city". They were heard shouting "This is for Allah" as they attacked people. "I hid in a restaurant basement for about an hour". At 10.08 p.m. BST Saturday night (5.08 p.m. ET), London Metropolitan officers responded to reports of a vehicle colliding with pedestrians on London Bridge .


London Bridge terrorists died in hail of police bullets

London Bridge terrorists died in hail of police bullets

He said that as well as more armed police across the capital in coming days, "the public will also see increased physical measures in order to keep public safe on London's bridges". "It is time to say enough is enough". Eight officers fired some 50 rounds, said Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley, the force's head of counterterrorism.


Trump criticized for tweet on London mayor after bridge attacks

Trump criticized for tweet on London mayor after bridge attacks

The assault unfolded over a few terrifying minutes late Saturday, starting when a rented van veered off the road and barreled into pedestrians on busy London Bridge. "The police were absolutely brilliant, they came in and explained the situation", said Connell". That number has been increased to seven and could go higher.



Trump shot down over Khan tweets

He said he heard what sounded like gunfire five to 10 minutes later. The attack is the second on the city in three months, following the attack on Westminster Bridge and Parliament Square in March, in which the lone attacker also used a vehicle to mow down pedestrians, and then attacked and killed a policeman outside Parliament with a knife.



Trump can't stop Comey with executive privilege

According to a summary of a meeting Mr. Trump had with Russian officials that was obtained by The New York Times , Mr. Trump said that firing Comey relieved "great pressure" on him and called Comey "crazy" and "a real nut job". Invoking executive privilege can be a politically treacherous move, recalling past scandals like Watergate, in which President Richard M. Nixon asserted the power in efforts to block congressional investigations.


Champions Trophy 2017: Rain stops play, blue brigade in complete command

Champions Trophy 2017: Rain stops play, blue brigade in complete command

But the rest of the Pakistan batsmen seemed to buckle under pressure and failed to rise to the challenge. Out of form Ajinkya Rahane too failed to earn a spot in the playing XI. After 2004, when India's the then Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee visited Pakistan for SAARC summit, relations between the two countries improved rapidly.