London Terrorist Attack News
Suspect drives truck into group outside London mosque
The suspect's neighbors in Wales said he had become increasingly agitated since this month's deadly London Bridge attack.
London mayor on mosque attack: 'Terrorism is terrorism'
London Mayor Sadiq Khan said Monday's attack at a mosque in north London was intended to "divide communities" and "make us stop leading the lives that we do." "Terrorism is terrorism," he told reporters. "It doesn't matter whether you're inspired by a perverse force of Islam -- a perverse version
Queen's birthday message: This year it's 'difficult to escape a very somber national mood'
Saturday marks Queen Elizabeth II 's official birthday -- her actual 91st birthday was April 21 -- but the reigning monarch said it's difficult to be in a celebratory mood in light of recent terror attacks in London and Manchester. "Today is traditionally a day of celebration," reads a message from
Princess Kate visits first responders, survivors of London Bridge terror attack
Princess Kate made a surprise visit today to a local hospital to see victims and first responders of London’s June 3 terror attack. Kate, the mother of Prince George and Princess Charlotte , arrived at Kings College Hospital in London in the early afternoon to visit with hospital staff and meet
London police make another arrest, release images of knife and fake explosives from London Bridge attack
Another arrest was made early Saturday morning in connection with the London Bridge terror attack, just hours after police released additional details about the investigation, including a photo of a knife used by the attackers. On Sunday, police also released photos of the fake explosive belts worn
New information on the London terror attack
Police announce 2 more arrests, and images of the weapons used are unveiled.
3 arrested in connection with London Bridge terror attack
Police arrested three more people Wednesday night in connection with last week's London Bridge terror attack that left eight people dead and dozens more injured, London Metropolitan Police announced. "Officers from the Met's Counter Terrorism Command, supported by firearms officers, arrested two