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Reports said she was on her way to pick up her two daughters, aged seven and nine, from school. A man in his 50s was also killed.


“We are not台灣銀行青年創業貨款 afraid and our resolve will never waver in the face of terrorism,” May said.

Armed police have arrested eight people in raids linked to the rampage that left 台灣銀行軍人貸款永豐信貸three people dead, as well as the attacker, and sowed panic in the heart of London.台新銀行台中貸款部


The attacker mowed down pedestrian台中支票貼現s民間代書急件 with a car on Westminster Bridge, killing two, and then jumped out and stabbed to death a police officer guarding parliament before being shot dead.

The Islamic State group said台新銀行汽車貸款部 it was responsible, according to the Amaq propaganda agency linked to the militant organization.

A Spanish diplomatic source confirmed that one of the dead was 43-year-old British citizen Aysha Frade, whose mother was Spanish.

Hundreds of extra police were on patrol in London as officers worked around the clock to piece together what happened in the deadliest attack in Britain since four suicide bombers killed 52 people on the capital’s transport system in July 2005.

May said the attacker’s identity was known to the police and MI5, the domestic intelligence ser台南民間貸款vice.

French Minister of Foreign Affairs Jean-Marc Ayr玉山銀行貸款條件a玉山銀行債務協商ult traveled to London to visit three French children who were among those hurt.

Europe has been on high alert after a wave of militant assaults over the past two台中民間信貸 years.

AFTERNOON OF TERROR: The attacker mowed down pedestrians, killing two, and then jumped out of the car and stabbed a police officer to death before being shot

“It is still our belief ... that this attacker acted alone yesterday and was inspired by in台北民間代書ternational terrorism,” he said.卡債協商2017

Police officers lined up out民間貸款條件side their new headquarters nearby for a minute’s silence in front of the eternal flame to officers who have given their lives in service.

US President Donald Trump and French President Francois Hollande both spoke to May, while German Chancellor Angela Merkel said her nation stood with Britons “against all forms of terrorism.”

“There 民間信貸當日放款was no prior intelligence of his intent — or of the plot,” May said.

Britain’s top anti-terror officer, Mark Rowley, said that police had arrested eight people in raids on six houses in London, Birmingham and elsewhere.

The carnage was unleashed on the same day Brussels was marking the anniversary卡債ptt of Islamic State group bombings that killed 32 people.

British Secretary of State for Defence Michael Fallon told BBC radio the working assumption was that the attack was linked to “Islamic terrorism in some台北民間二胎 form.”

The British flag over parliament flew at half-mast in a sign of mourning, while forensic officers in white suits carried out a fingertip search of the courtyard outside where 48-year-old police officer Keith Palmer was stabbed to death.

Defiant British lawmakers returned to “business as usual” in the surreal silence of an area of central London normally thronged with tourists. Twenty-nine people were treated in hospital, including seven in critical condition, some with “catastrophic” injuries. Among them were French schoolchildren and foreign tourists.

Queen Elizabeth II was due to open the building formally yesterday, but postponed the visit.

“My thoughts, prayers and deepest sympathy are with all台中市汽車借款 those who have been affected by yesterday’s awful violence,” the queen said in a statement expressing her “enduring admiration” for the police.台灣銀行房貸試算

Among those in parliament was British Under-Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs Tobias Ellwood, whose face was left smeared with blood after giving台新銀行車貸利率 first aid to the fatally wounded officer.

He was British-born and some years ago had been a “peripheral figure” investigated over concerns about violent extremism.

The Islamic State group yesterday claimed responsibility for the deadly assault at the Houses of Parliament in London, as British Prime Minister Theresa May identified the attacker as a British-born man known to intelligence services.


Those wounded included 12 Britons, four South Koreans, three French children, two Romanians,民間代書金主放款 two Greeks and one each from China, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Poland and the US, May said.

Three police officers were among those hurt, two of them seriously, and a seriously injured woman was rescued from the River Thames after coming off the bridge.台北市借款

“The perpetrator of yesterday’s [Wednesday’s] attack in front of the British parliament was a soldier of the Islamic State and the operation was carried out in response to calls to target coalition countries,” Amaq said, citing a “security source.”

“An act of terrorism tried to silence our democracy,” May told a packed House of Commons, which stood for a minute’s silence in remembrance of the victims of Wednesday’s strike on the symbol of Britain’s democracy.


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