A police officer walks past the wreckage of a Home Depot pickup truck, a day after it was used in an terror attack, in New York on November 1, 2017.The pickup truck driver who plowed down a New York cycle path, killing eight people, in the city's worst attack since September 11, was associated with the Islamic State group but 'radicalized domestically,' the state's governor said Wednesday. The driver, identified as Uzbek national named Sayfullo Saipov was shot by police in the stomach at the end of the rampage, but he was expected to survive. / AFP PHOTO / Jewel SAMAD (Photo credit should read JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images)
A group of ladies prepare to make an art installation created from produce donated by stallholders at Borough market in London, which is to reopen for business on Wednesday after it was forced to close in the wake of the London Bridge terror attack.
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY OR DEATHPolicemen take notes behind human remains retrieved from a mass grave at a rubber plantation near a mountain in Thailand's southern Songkhla province May 6, 2015. Authorities in Thailand have dug up the bodies of six suspected Rohingya migrants from Myanmar at a rubber plantation near a mountain where a mass grave was found at the weekend, the military said on Wednesday. The discovery was made in Thailand's Songkhla province near the country's border with Malaysia around 4 km from the site where the 26 bodies were found a few days ago. REUTERS/Surapan Boonthanom
A makeshift memorial stands on a bike path in lower Manhattan on November 1, 2017 in New York City. Eight people were killed and 12 injured on October 31 when suspect 29-year-old Sayfullo Saipov intentionally drove a truck onto the path.