Two people were killed and three injured in a stabbing near London Bridge on Friday, Nov. 29, Metropolitan Police Chief Cressida Dick said at a news conference. The stabbing has been declared a “terrorist incident.” The suspect, wearing a fake suicide bomb, was also fatally shot by police. “The empty ideology of terror offers nothing but hatred, and today I urge everyone to reject that,” Dick said. "Ours is a great city because we embrace each other’s differences. We must emerge stronger still from this tragedy. In doing that, we will ensure that the very few who seek to divide us, will never, ever succeed.”

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