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London Bridge attack: What we know so far

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London Bridge attack: What we know so far

London Bridge attack: What we know so far

Two victims of the London Bridge terror attack have died in addition to the suspect, police said.

We take a look at the incident as it happened.


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London Bridge London Bridge Road bridge across River Thames in London, opened in 1973

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