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London police are searching for those responsible for
two terror attacks at London Bridge and Borough Market.
Police have confirmed there are least six dead and 20 hospitalised after a van mowed into pedestrians on London Bridge, followed by multiple stabbings at Borough Market.
The Australian Government has
condemned the "shocking" attacks and offered support, while Donald Trump has repeated his calls for a travel ban in the wake of the incidents.
Meanwhile Sam Dastyari has spoken of
the chaos in London, where he was evacuated from a restaurant nearby the incident at Borough Market. His Senate colleague Pauline Hanson quickly used the attacks to reaffirm her political stance against Muslim immigration. Women stand at a police cordon set up in London. Police at the scene at Southwark Bridge. Members of the public, wrapped in emergency blankets leave the scene of a terror attack on London Bridge. Police and members of the emergency services work at the scene of a terror attack. People leave the area with their hands up after an incident near London Bridge. People react as police attend to an incident near London Bridge in London. Police attend to an incident on London Bridge. Debris is strewn outside a cafe near London Bridge. An armed police officer stands guard on a corner. Armed police officers patrol in Borough Market. People are lead to safety on Southwark Bridge away from London Bridge. Armed police take position at the scene of a terror attack. ALSO ON HUFFPOST AUSTRALIA
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