London Bridge Attack
Saskia Jones "had a wonderful sense of mischievous fun and was generous to the point of always wanting to see the best in all people," her family said.
The home secretary told MPs she believed the world is facing "a new phase of global terrorism" with "unprecedented" challenges.
Concerns have been raised over an increased need for psychotrauma services following recent terror attacks and the Grenfell Tower tragedy, but an NHS trust says treatment will be more accessible.
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Three suspected terrorists tried to rent a large cargo truck for their attack that began on London Bridge. When that didn't work out, they settled for a van loaded with gravel and explosives.
Those gathered included police officers who were among the first to attend the scene of Saturday night's attack, in which eight people died and 48 were injured.
The attacks on Westminster, Manchester, and London Bridge have prompted calls for an overhaul of the UK's counterterror strategy. Here are the issues that need to be addressed.
"In no way is Britain under siege. Is it upset? Yes. Is it pissed off? You fucking bet it is pissed off. But to say it's under siege and its people are reeling is to imply that it is weak enough to be brought to its knees."
Earlier in the day foreign secretary Boris Johnson said MI5 and police had questions to answer over the attack.
Khuram Shazad Butt and Rachid Redouane, were both from Barking, east London, and Youssef Zaghba is thought to be from Italy.
Multiple media reports allege that the government's anti-terror hotline was contacted about the London Bridge attackers.
Political pressure is also mounting against Theresa May over claims she suppressed a report on the foreign funding of extremist groups.
Eight people died and more than 48 were injured after a van drove into pedestrians on London Bridge and people at a nearby restaurant were stabbed.
Dozens of people were injured when three terrorists began attacking people with knives in London Bridge.
Tributes are pouring in from celebrities following an attack in London that left at least 7 people dead and more than 48 people are injured.
People in the capital have offered food, transport and shelter to those affected by the attack, as well as making kind gestures to thank emergency services workers for their efforts.
A Police Officer Took On The London Bridge Attackers Armed Only With His Baton, Another With His Bare Hands
Two officers – one of them off-duty – were injured responding to Saturday night's terror attack. One took on the suspects with only his baton, while the other was completely unarmed.
"London isn't afraid."
Sadiq Khan's spokesperson said the mayor of London "has more important things to do than respond to Donald Trump's ill-informed tweet that deliberately takes out of context his remarks".
The first call to the emergency services took place at 10:07pm. Nine minutes later the attackers were shot by police.
"To come out on to the steps of 10 Downing Street immediately in the aftermath of a terrible outrage like this was not something that would be expected," said shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry.
"While everyone runs away from danger our Police service & NHS teams go towards it. God bless them."
At least seven were killed and more than 48 injured in Saturday night's van and knife attack.
At least seven people were killed after a van rammed into pedestrians on London Bridge on Saturday evening and several people were stabbed nearby.
"This is our city. We will never let these cowards win," London mayor Sadiq Khan said following a terrorist attack at London Bridge in which several are reported to have died.
Ariana Grande's Moving Concert For The Victims Of The Manchester Bombing Rallied On Despite The London Bridge Attack
Sunday's One Love Manchester concert, headlined by Ariana Grande and featuring Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, and others, was full of tears and calls for love and unity.
Most major political parties said national campaigning was being suspended after seven people died in Saturday night's attack – but the vote will go ahead on Thursday.
Eight people were killed and dozens of others injured when suspects rammed a van into people on London Bridge then went on a stabbing spree at nearby Borough Market. Three suspects were shot dead by police.
At least six people were killed and 20 injured in what authorities described as a possible terrorist attack Saturday night.
Bystanders threw objects including bottles, pint glasses, chairs, and tables at the assailants to try to stop them as witnesses said they stabbed people at random.
The White House and Justice Department attorneys have argued the executive order is not a "ban."
Fake posts began appearing on social media minutes after news of the suspected terror attack in London broke, claiming to show pictures of suspects and possible victims.
BuzzFeed News spoke to Richard Angell on Saturday night after the attack. On Sunday he returned to show that "these people shouldn't win".