Three of their classmates, wounded in the attack outside the British Parliament Wednesday, remained hospitalized at St.Thomas's Hospital in London, where Defense Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian is expected to visit them Friday. London police say a 75-year-old man injured in the attack on Westminster Bridge has died of his wounds.Those injured in the rampage included many tourists from around the world, including one from Germany and three French schoolchildren. British police say eight people have been arrested on suspicion of preparing terrorist acts in connection to the Westminster attack.The arrests had been reported earlier but police did not specify the reason for the arrests until Thursday evening. Police say they included a woman arrested in east London; a man and a woman arrested in Birmingham; and a woman and three men arrested at a different location in Birmingham.In a statement late Thursday, police said life support was withdrawn from the man and his family has been notified.The announcement brings to four the number of victims killed in the attack Wednesday in central London.But one day she saw him packing their belongings in the black van he bought to replace a red Fiat, and then they were gone, months after moving in. Theresa May's spokesman says the British prime minister has visited a London hospital to meet victims of Wednesday's attack. British police have identified the person responsible for the terror attack near Parliament as 52-year-old Khalid Masood.
Dozens of French teenagers have returned to their homeland after a traumatic school trip to London during which some of them witnessed the attack on Westminster Bridge.
Searches ongoing at addresses in Birmingham, east London and in Wales. Jordan's government spokesman says a deadly London attack by the extremist group Islamic State underscores the need for "coming all together to fight this evil." The group has claimed responsibility for the attack by a man who plowed an SUV into pedestrians and stabbed a police officer to death at Britain's Parliament. S.-led military coalition against IS, which controls territory in neighboring Syria and Iraq.
Spokesman Mohammed Momani said Thursday that Jordan "strongly condemns" the attack and stands with Britain "in these difficult days." He said his country is fighting the group militarily and ideologically, and that "this evil and terrorism will be defeated sooner than later." ___ p.m.
"He gave him around 10 stabs in the back, then he left the policeman and came toward us," the 2012 Olympic light welterweight bronze medalist said.
Mangiacapre and other members of the Italia Thunder boxing team were touring the grounds of Parliament when the lethal attack unfolded.
He said Internet providers and social media companies must take responsibility, and remove sites that are radicalizing people. Iwona Romek, who said she lived for about five months next door to the man identified as the assailant in Wednesday's attack, said he had a wife and young child and appeared like a "normal family man who liked to take care of his garden." Romek, a former neighbor of 52-year-old Khalid Masood in Birmingham, central England, took one look at a photo of the attacker on a stretcher and said "That is 100 percent him." The home where Masood lived until he abruptly moved just after Christmas was raided by police late Wednesday.