Trump calls London attacks 'evil slaughter,' says bloodshed must end

He said the Canadian government will not provide more details about the citizen killed in Saturday night's attack out of respect for the family.

The assailants ran people over on London Bridge before lunging seemingly at random at the crowds gathered around Borough Market, which is full of restaurants and bars.

There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the latest attack to hit Britain.

Narendra Modi, India's prime minister, also condemned the attacks, saying they caused shock and anguish.

"They went 'This is for Allah, ' and they had a woman on the floor".

At a 2008 inquest, she said: "If you ask me whether I think anybody did anything wrong or unreasonable on the operation, I don't think they did".

"A number of people have been detained and are at present being spoken to", a statement said.

As President Trump noted in Riyadh, the toll from Islamist terror has been far, far higher in the Muslim world than in the West - because the threat comes from one side of a civil war within Islam.

"There was a vehicle with a loudspeaker saying "go, go" and they (police) threw a grenade".

But a spokesman for Khan branded the comment "ill-informed" and said the president had deliberately taken out of context remarks made by the mayor to reassure people about the increased police presence in the wake of the attack.

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"The suspects were wearing what looked like explosive vests but these were later established to be hoaxes", said Mark Rowley, Met Police Assistant Commissioner and the UK's anti-terrorism lead. The trio wore apparent suicide belts that were later revealed to be fakes. Four years ago, it took 15 minutes for police to arrive on the scene when an off-duty soldier was attacked by two Islamic extremists. "Fortunately he has not suffered life threatening injuries, but he remains in hospital in a serious condition". Prime Minister Justin Trudeau later said in a statement.

Another French national is missing, he added. The police claim to have shot down three attackers but the identities of the perpetrators are still unknown.

"He's lived here for about three years", Damien Pettit said. "He was a very nice guy". Authorities want to defend the city, which is proud of its historic stoicism and show-must-go-on attitude through decades of terrorism, without squeezing freedoms. Video showed police shouting at someone: "Get on the balcony".

Police forensics investigators work on London Bridge after an attack left seven people dead and dozens injured in London.

Less than two weeks ago, a suicide bomber killed 22 people including children at a concert by USA singer Ariana Grande in Manchester in northern England. Grande and other stars performed Sunday night at a benefit concert for victims under tight security in Manchester. "All we feel here tonight is love, resilience, positivity", said Pharrel Williams, who performed alongside Miley Cyrus.

"The recent attacks are not connected but we believe we are experiencing a new trend in the threat we face", she said after chairing an emergency ministerial meeting.

"Londoners are used to it", she said. Others said he was known for radical views and that he recently complained that his local mosque was not devout enough.

Opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn criticised May, who was interior minister from 2010 to 2016, for cutting police numbers during her tenure in charge of the interior ministry.

The area remained cordoned off and patrolled by armed police and counter-terrorism officers on Sunday, with train stations closed.

He initially retweeted an unconfirmed Drudge Report item about the attacks, then provided his own message about the travel ban.

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