At Least 65 People Missing or Feared Dead in London Fire: the Sun

U.S. News

LONDON (Reuters) - The Sun newspaper on Friday listed 65 people who it said were still missing or feared dead in a London tower block fire which police said has left 17 people dead with the death toll expected to rise.


London attack: Moment police opened fire

BBC News

A chef in a tapas restaurant in London's Borough Market captured the moment police fired upon the three men suspected of killing seven people and injuring 48 during Saturday's attack in London.


Syrian, 1 of 6 arrested over London subway bomb, is freed without charge

The Japan Times

LONDON – A 21-year-old man arrested over last week's London subway bombing was released without charge Thursday, British police said. Five other men remain in custody. The freed suspect, originally from Syria, was detained outside a fast-food restaurant in west London on Saturday, a day after the rush hour attack on a subway train. Thirty people were injured when a homemade bomb -- placed inside a bucket wrapped in a supermarket bag -- partly detonated on a train stopped at Parsons Green station. The attack sparked a manhunt for the perpetrators and prompted officials to briefly raise the national terrorism threat to the highest level.


1 of 6 arrested over London subway bomb freed without charge

FOX News

LONDON – A 21-year-old man arrested over last week's London subway bombing was released without charge Thursday, British police said. Five other men remain in custody. The freed suspect, originally from Syria, was detained outside a fast-food restaurant in west London on Saturday, a day after the rush hour attack on a subway train. Thirty people were injured when a homemade bomb -- placed inside a bucket wrapped in a supermarket bag -- partly detonated on a train stopped at Parsons Green station. The attack sparked a manhunt for the perpetrators and prompted officials to briefly raise the national terrorism threat to the highest level.


London attack: The signs of solidarity being shared online

BBC News

People have taken to social media to post pictures of signs and art work bearing defiant messages of solidarity in the wake of the London Bridge attack. "London Bridge will never fall down" and "I love London" are just some of the slogans being shared alongside the hashtag #prayersforLondon. Cartoonist Lesco Griffe posted this illustration bearing the famous British motto, while novelist Tony Parsons was among those who posted this "quote of the day" sign from a London Tube station. Many Brits on Twitter also took exception to a report from the New York Times that the UK was "reeling" after being the victim of two terror attacks in two weeks. Author JK Rowling warned people not to "confuse grief with lack of courage", while others turned to photographs from the aftermath of the Blitz air raids in London during World War Two to show what they thought.