Seven held after Westminster attack
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Donald Trump Jr criticises London mayor after terror attack
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Senegal's Touba TV blames 'satanic trick' for porn gaffe
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What we know so far
Here is what we know about the incidents in Westminster, which are being treated by police as terrorism.
World leaders show solidarity
France, Germany and the US send messages of solidarity after the deadly attack near parliament.
Woman filmed falling off Westminster Bridge
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'Hero' MP Tobias Ellwood tried to save stabbed officer
The government minister gave mouth-to-mouth resuscitation to the fatally injured police officer.
London attack: French students injured on bridge
Three French pupils, two Romanians and five South Koreans are said to be injured in London's attack.
100 years of Japanese animation go online
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Fanzara: Street art revives divided Spanish village
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Italy's first woman to manage a male team
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Puerto Rico baseball fans go blond to back team
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Spain's female bodyguards who protect abused women
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Reality Check: Germany rules terror suspects have no birth right to remain
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