Londons mayor Sadiq Khan led a vigil on Monday (June 5) to honour the victims of extremist attacks in the heart of the capital, in which seven people were killed and dozens needed hospital treatment, with 18 still in a critical condition. He condemned the attackers, calling them sick and evil extremists and saying London would never be broken by terrorism.In Britain and amp;#39;s third Islamist attack in as many months, three men rammed a van into pedestrians on London Bridge in the late evening on Saturday (June 3) before running into the bustling Borough Market area, where they slit throats and stabbed people indiscriminately.All three attackers were shot dead by police, who made at least a dozen arrests in east London on Sunday (June 4) and carried out further raids on Monday morning.
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A man fired from his warehouse job in April returned to his old workplace near Orlando on Monday (June 5) and fatally shot five people before killing himself. The 45-year-old suspect had a history of misdemeanor criminal offenses but was not linked to any terror organizations, Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings said at a press briefing. Demings added, [The attacker] was a disgruntled employee that came back to this business this morning. The unidentified assailant arrived at the company that makes accessories for recreational vehicles and campers, at about 8 a.m. local time armed with a handgun and a knife.
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