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Seven Killed in London Terror Attack

Seven Killed in London Terror Attack

Photograph: Hannah McKay/ Reuters

At least seven people have been killed and 38 injured after terror attacks struck the London Bridge and Borough Market area on Saturday night.

According to police, at least three attackers were behind the terrorist incident.

Eye witness reports indicate a van rammed into crowds at the London Bridge. Other men were also seen attacking members of the public with knives and other sharp weapons.

According to Police, three attackers were gunned down and killed by armed police within eight minutes.

The attacks have been condemned as terrorist incidents by British Prime Minister Theresa May and London Mayor Sadiq Khan.

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