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World leaders including Indian PM Modi condemn London Bridge terror attack
Updating the causalities during London Bridge terror attack on the night of June 3, the British police stated that 7 people have been killed in the two incidents and 3 attackers have been shot dead.

Reportedly, around 50 have been injured, including French citizens, in terror attacks at London Bridge and nearby area of central London.

Condemning the terror attacks in London, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, "Attacks in London are shocking and anguishing. We condemn them. My thoughts are with families of the deceased and prayers with the injured." the Prime Minister said.

United Kingdom Prime Minister Theresa May said, "Recent attacks bound together by evil ideology that says Western values incompatible with Islam."

The Spanish Royal Family wrote on Twitter: "The British people will overcome this barbarism and senselessness. We are united today in pain and in our tireless defense of freedom."

French President Emmanuel Macron called London terror attack 'abominable and cowardly' and stated that France would continue to fight terrorism with all the strength alongside Britain.

The US State Department condemned the 'cowardly attacks targeting innocent civilians in London' and its spokeswoman Heather Nauert said, "The United States stands ready to provide any assistance authorities in the United Kingdom may request."

Reacting to London terror attack, US President justifying his intention for Travel Ban, tweeted, "We need to be smart, vigilant and tough. We need the courts to give us back our rights. We need the travel ban as an extra level of safety!"

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