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London mayor praises 'breath-taking heroism' of public during knife rampage

Reuters Friday, 29 November 2019
Ordinary Londoners demonstrated "breath-taking heroism" in disarming a knife-wielding attacker who injured several people in Friday's incident at London Bridge, mayor Sadiq Khan said.
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