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Evrard Martin
Juin 10, 2017

On Wednesday, police searching for French national Xavier Thomas, 45, said they had recovered a body from the Thames, bringing the death toll to eight.

The attack began with the van driving back along the pavements of the bridge, running down three pedestrians before crashing outside the Barrowboy and Banker pub opposite London Bridge station.

According to the Metropolitan Police, the body of a man was recovered from the river, near the Limehouse area, by specialist marine officers yesterday evening.

Thomas was with his girlfriend Christine Delcros who was also hit and is in hospital in London.

"He is thought to have been skateboarding in a park when he stopped to defend a woman who had been injured in the attack near Borough Market".

Forensic teams work on London Bridge following the terror attack which claimed the lives of seven people What happened in the London Bridge attack?

Two days later the police came to tell her Zaghba was one of the attackers.

The Italian authorities have told the media how Zaghba said he was "going to be a terrorist" but his mother insists that was a misunderstanding.

The three people believed to be involved in the attack in London on June 3rd have been named by police as Khuram Butt, Rachid Redouane and Youssef Zaghba.

Italian newspapers have reported that Zaghba, born in Fez, Morocco, was stopped at Bologna airport in 2016 whilst attempting to travel to Syria via Istanbul, and that Italian authorities informed their British counterparts of his movements.

Detectives from London police's counterterrorism command raided properties in east London on Thursday, detaining three people on suspicion of the commission, preparation or instigation of terrorism offenses.

Neither he nor Redouane was known to police or security services.

Two men were arrested on suspicion of terrorism offences and a third man was arrested on suspicion of drug offences.

The authorities have said Butt was known to police and the domestic security service MI5 but there was no intelligence that an attack was being planned.

However when he appeared in a Channel 4 documentary, The Jihadis Next Door, past year officers did view the programme. Scotland Yard said Zaghba had not been a police or MI5 "subject of interest" before the attack.

Dar blasted his 27-year-old nephew, Khuram Butt, over his involvement in the sickening terror attack and said he could not understand why he slaughtered seven innocent people. Borough Market, a popular gathering place, remains closed as more evidence is gathered.

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