Juin 2017 Lunnon attack
|Juin 2017 Lunnon attacks|
|Pairt o Terrorism in the Unitit Kinrick|
London Bridge in 2015
3 Juin 2017 |
|Vehicle-rammin attack, stobbin, terrorism|
|Wappens||Renault Master Van, knifes|
|Daiths||11 (8 victims, 3 attackers)|
Khuram Shazad Butt |
On 3 Juin 2017, stairtin at 21:58 BST (UTC+1), three fowk cairied out a terrorist attack in twa locations in Lunnon, Unitit Kinrick. A driver o a white van rammed pedestrians on London Bridge an cam tae a haut sooth o the brig. Three men left the van an ran tae Borough Market, whaur stobbin attacks teuk place in restaurants. Ane witness reportit that the attackers shootit "This is for Allah" an stobbed customers wi knifes.
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- UK's Rudd says London attackers probably "radical Islamist terrorists", Reuters, 4 June
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A witness of the London Bridge incident said the attackers were yelling, "This is for Allah."
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An eyewitness on London Bridge, told the BBC he saw three men stabbing people indiscriminately, shouting "this is for Allah".
- Mendick, Robert (4 June 2017). "'They shouted 'this is for Allah', as they stabbed indiscriminately' – How the London terror attack unfolded". The Telegraph. Retrieved 4 June 2017.