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Thousands gather in Trafalgar Square on Thursday March 23, 2017 for a candlelight vigil remembering the victims of the Westminster Bridge/Parliament terror attack that took place yesterday in London, England. Mayor Sadiq Khan, Home Secretary Amber Rudd, and Metropolitan Police Commissioner Craig Mackey addressed the crowd and lit candles, reaffirming London’s united front against terrorism.

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Detail of peeling rusty texture on Lambeth Bridge in London, England at twilight on March 4, 2017. (photo/Liz Copan)

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Organisers say that “at least 250,000” people took part in the march, which began in Tavistock Square and ended in Westminster, where speakers including Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn addressed the crowd.

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