On March 22, several people were killed and many were injured after a vehicle drove into a crowd on London’s Westminster Bridge near the UK Parliament building. One man was later shot by police after he stabbed an officer inside the Parliament compound.
The London Metropolitan police said Thursday they have made a total of eight arrests in relation to the attack in Westminster that took place the day before.
The UK police assume that the man that carried out Westminster attack could have people helping him, Defense Secretary Michael Fallon said Thursday.
French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen said Thursday that the attack by an Islamist-inspired man outside the UK parliament in London called for tougher border controls.
The Russian president expressed condolences to UK Prime Minister Theresa May over the deadly terrorist attacks in London.
The French foreign minister has arrived in London to meet authorities and visit the French victims of a deadly terrorist attack on Westminster Bridge.
A police raid in Birmingham is linked to the London terrorist act, UK media reported Thursday.
The government of South Korea condemned on Thursday the attack in London, expressed condolences to the victims and pledged to join international community in the fight against terrorism.
The car used in the deadly Wednesday terror act in London was registered in the county of Essex in eastern England, British media report.
Queen Elizabeth II has cancelled a visit to Scotland Yard following the Wednesday terrorist attack in London.
UK police announced the death of a fifth person following the attack today near London's Parliament building.
Supervisory Public Affairs Specialist Margarita Mikhaylova claims that the Washington, DC Metropolitan Police Department does not believe the city is under elevated threat.
Addressing the people of Britain following the terror attack that left at least five people dead and 40 injured, UK Prime Minister Theresa May called the attack an attempted assault on Parliament's noble principles, but promised the city and the government would not be cowed by terrorists.
Trudeau said that Canada stands ready to offer any support needed to Theresa May and the British government after attacks in London.
Reports have named Abu Izzadeen, known for his links to terrorism, as the suspect in the terrorist act in London earlier Wednesday.
UK National Counter Terrorism Policing (NaCTSO) head Mark Rowley said Wednesday he believed that the attack in London, which claimed lives of at least four people, was carried out by one person.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Wednesday she was shocked by the news of a terrorist attack in London.
At least four people are dead as a result of the terrorist attack outside the UK parliament, the head of counterterror policing said.