CNBC's Gemma Acton reports from Westminster on U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May's reaction to Saturday's London Bridge attack.
CNBC's Willem Marx reports from London Bridge, the scene of Saturday night's terror attack, saying that at least 11 people are in custody in relation to the ongoing police investigation.
David Lea, senior analyst for western Europe at Control Risks, discusses the strategy behind the recent knife and vehicle terror attacks.
London's Metropolitan Police said on Sunday that 12 arrests had been made in the wake of last night's attack at London Bridge.
British police said on Sunday they would release the names of the three men who killed seven people in London "as soon as operationally possible."
A police officer armed only with a baton along with a chef wielding a bread basket were among heroes emerging after a London terror attack.
Donald Trump tweeted, "At least 7 dead and 48 wounded in terror attack and Mayor of London says there is "'no reason to be alarmed!'"
Britain will step up police forces in London after a presumed terror attack centered on London Bridge and nearby Borough Market that killed at least seven people and saw three attackers shot dead with 48 injured taken to hospitals.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security said late Saturday that it is working with counterparts in the U.K. on the attacks in London and other governments condemned the incident.
Bar and restaurant patrons blocked doors, threw bottles and used furniture to repel knife-wielding attackers at London's Borough Market.
At least seven are feared dead in a series of attacks in London, and 20 so far have been taken to a hospital, Reuters reported.
London Police are investigating three separate incidents at London Bridge, Borough Market and in the Vauxhall area.
A witnesses told Reuters that at least six people were seen lying on the ground after a white van careened into pedestrians on London Bridge.
President Donald Trump said the presumed terror attack in London on Saturday bolsters the need for his travel ban.
Fleeing Syrians are feeding intelligence to U.S. coalitions in battle against jihadis, Financial Times reports.
A gunman burst into a casino in the Philippines on Friday, firing shots and setting gaming tables alight.
A global survey found that most people believe the world has become worse in the past year, U.S. News reports.
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A suicide car bomb has claimed the lives of 80 people and injured hundreds more in Afghanistan's capital. The explosion took place in a highly-secure area where many foreign embassies and government offices are located.
Otso Iho, senior analyst at IHS Jane's Terrorism and Insurgency Centre (JTIC), discusses the motives and strategy behind a car bomb explosion near embassies in Kabul, Afghanistan.