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London Marks 1 Year Since Bridge Attack That Killed 8

People observed a minute of silence for the eight who were killed a year ago during the deadly vehicle and knife attack. Britain's threat level is expected to remain severe for two years.
Photographs of the people killed in the London Bridge terror attack are pictured on London Bridge prior to a commemoration service on the first anniversary of the attack. Source: Daniel Leal-Olivas

The city of London came together Sunday to remember the eight people killed a year ago during terrorist attacks at London Bridge and Borough market.

"Today we remember those who died and the many more who were injured, and also pay tribute to the bravery of our emergency services and those who intervened or

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