Police officers stand on Westminster Bridge the morning after an attack by a man driving a car and wielding a knife left five people dead and dozens injured, in London, Britain, March 23, 2017. REUTERS/Darren Staples
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World leaders unanimously condemned the attack in the heart of London by a man who was shot dead by armed police, with many saying they stand with Britain.At least four people were killed and more than 40 injured in the attack outside parliament Wednesday when a man mowed down pedestrians with a car then leapt out and stabbed a police officer. In an address outside her Downing Street office, Prime Minister Theresa May described the attack as "sick and depraved" saying the assailant chose the site as an assault on Britain's democratic values. - France -- President Francois Hollande sent a message of "solidarity" and "support to the British people" saying France could identify with their pain after the attack, in which three French high school students were also wounded.- European Union -- European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said the attack left him "highly emotional".- Australia -- Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said the assault was an attack on "freedom and democracy everywhere".
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