World leaders condemn Westminster attack, offer support to Britain Play

World leaders condemn Westminster attack, offer support to Britain

Leaders from across the globe condemned the attack in Westminster, London that took place on Wednesday (22 March). Four people including the attacker and a policeman were killed, while more than 40 people sustained injuries. Political heads from China, Australia, US, Canada, Paris and Germany were among those who offered support to Britain. Large cities around the world lit up landmarks with the union flag in solidarity with London following the attacks. Mar 23, 2017
Wisconsin gun attacks: 4 dead after domestic dispute triggers multiple shootings Play

Wisconsin gun attacks: 4 dead after domestic dispute triggers multiple shootings

At least one police officer and three civilians have been killed in a series of shootings in northern Wisconsin, police said late on Wednesday (22 March). A suspect has been detained in connection with the incident. Local officials reportedly said that the shooting spree started off after police were summoned to what they called a domestic situation at Marathon Savings Bank. Mar 23, 2017
Westminster attack: ‘We wont be cowed by terrorists’ says London Mayor Sadiq Khan Play

Westminster attack: ‘We wont be cowed by terrorists’ says London Mayor Sadiq Khan

London Mayor Sadiq Khan said that the Westminster incident is being treated as a terrorist attack. While paying tributes to the police officer and other victims of the attack, on Wednesday (22 March), he said that terrorists cannot divide London and they will be defeated soon. The attack on the British capital left at least five dead and more than 40 injured after a car rammed into pedestrians and the attacker stabbed a police officer by the Houses of Parliament. Mar 23, 2017