People stop to read tributes and look at plawers placed in the Finsbury Park area of north London on June 20, 2017, for the victims of a van attack on pedestrians nearby on June 19. AFP / Tolga AKMEN
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Police Tuesday questioned a man suspected of deliberately mowing down Muslims in London, as the interior minister said Britain was "bruised but not broken" by a string of terror attacks.Britain was coming to terms with the aftermath of its fourth bloody assault in three months following Monday's van attack on worshippers leaving the Finsbury Park Mosque in north London.Police are treating the incident as a terror attack but believe the suspect acted alone.One man who was already receiving first aid at the time died following Monday's attack.London Police Chief Cressida Dick said the incident was "quite clearly an attack on Muslims" and promised a stepped-up police presence near mosques as the holy month of Ramadan draws to a close.
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