London police name 2 of 3 attack suspects

Armed officers with police dogs patrol outside London Bridge railway station which is expected to be shut again on Monday morning

Armed officers with police dogs patrol outside London Bridge railway station which is expected to be shut again on Monday morning

London police also responded at Borough Market near London Bridge, and police asked pedestrians to avoid the area.

British police have identified and released photos of two out of the three perpetrators of the London Bridge terror attack, saying one was known to security services but that there had been no intelligence about an attack.

The attacks have been deemed terrorism, police said.

The crashing of a van into pedestrians and subsequent stabbings at London Bridge on Saturday night was the third mass casualty attack in the United Kingdom in less than three months.

According to a report by RTE, Ireland's national broadcaster, one of the attackers was carrying an Irish identity card and had lived in Dublin.

England's cricketers, who were playing New Zealand in the ICC Champions Trophy in Cardiff, stopped their game to take part in the minute's silence.

It was the third attack in as many months where suspects had been on the radar of British authorities.

More than 30 victims remained hospitalized as of Sunday, with 21 of them in critical condition, police said.

The issue has become a key one in the run-up to Thursday's general election.

The aftermath of Saturday night's rampage, which left seven dead and dozens wounded, dominated the campaign trail.

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The war of words was the latest episode in a long simmering feud between Trump and Khan, a Muslim who was elected as London's mayor in May 2016. "It's just a fact that, over the last seven years, we as a city have lost 600 million pounds (US$776 million) from our budgets".

"We're calling for a restoration of police numbers, and there's a call being made for her to go, because of what she's done on the police numbers".

British police are stretched by the number of people they believe could potentially commit an act of terrorism. "We can not say more about them at this stage". "One whole day", she said.

"My baby brother lost the love of his life on the London Bridge, ' said Mark Ferguson, the brother of Archibald's fiance".

They added: "Please honour her by making your community a better place. Volunteer your time and labour or donate to a homeless shelter", they said.

"It's not the kind of news that you expect so we're in shock and are grieving at Alpha House around Chrissy's loss".

Yesterday, London Mayor Sadiq Khan invited Londoners to a vigil at Potter's Field Park yesterday to remember the victims.

The attack came less than two weeks after a suicide bomber killed 22 children and adults outside an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester.

Prime Minister Theresa May said police had identified all the London Bridge attackers and that 11 people remain in custody for possible connections to the attack.

"We aren't going to allow anybody, whether it's Donald TrumpDonald TrumpLondon mayor calls for cancellation of Trump visit to UK Dan Rather: Trump's response to London attack "careless" Qatar split raises problems for U.S. with Iran, ISIS MORE or anybody else to divide our community", Khan told the BBC.

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