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In Pictures: London Bridge

Three Magnum photographers capture the Sunday and the Monday morning that followed the terrorist attack at London Bridge on June 3

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Matt Stuart People returning to work following the London Bridge terror attacks of 3rd June 2017. London Bridge. 5th June 2017. © Matt Stuart | Magnum Photos
Matt Stuart People returning to work following the London Bridge terror attacks of 3rd June 2017. London Bridge. 5th June 2017. © Matt Stuart | Magnum Photos
Matt Stuart People returning to work following the London Bridge terror attacks of 3rd June 2017. London Bridge. 5th June 2017. © Matt Stuart | Magnum Photos
Matt Stuart People returning to work following the London Bridge terror attacks of 3rd June 2017. London Bridge. 5th June 2017. © Matt Stuart | Magnum Photos
Matt Stuart People returning to work following the London Bridge terror attacks of 3rd June 2017. London Bridge. 5th June 2017. © Matt Stuart | Magnum Photos
Matt Stuart People returning to work following the London Bridge terror attacks of 3rd June 2017. London Bridge. 5th June 2017. © Matt Stuart | Magnum Photos
Matt Stuart People returning to work following the London Bridge terror attacks of 3rd June 2017. London Bridge. 5th June 2017. © Matt Stuart | Magnum Photos
Matt Stuart Tributes to the victims of the the London Bridge terror attacks of 3rd June 2017. London Bridge. 5th June 2017. © Matt Stuart | Magnum Photos
Matt Stuart People returning to work following the London Bridge terror attacks of 3rd June 2017. London Bridge. 5th June 2017. © Matt Stuart | Magnum Photos
Matt Stuart Tributes to the victims of the the London Bridge terror attacks of 3rd June 2017. London Bridge. 5th June 2017. © Matt Stuart | Magnum Photos
Matt Stuart People returning to work following the London Bridge terror attacks of 3rd June 2017. London Bridge. 5th June 2017. © Matt Stuart | Magnum Photos
Thomas Dworzak Tributes to the victims of the the London Bridge terror attacks of 3rd June 2017. London. 2017. © Thomas Dworzak | Magnum Photos
Thomas Dworzak Tributes to the victims of the the London Bridge terror attacks of 3rd June 2017. London. 2017. © Thomas Dworzak | Magnum Photos
Thomas Dworzak Tributes to the victims of the the London Bridge terror attacks of 3rd June 2017. London. 2017. © Thomas Dworzak | Magnum Photos
Thomas Dworzak Tributes to the victims of the the London Bridge terror attacks of 3rd June 2017. London. 2017. © Thomas Dworzak | Magnum Photos
Chris Steele-Perkins Day after the terrorist attack on London Bridge. Taxi driver Danny Hussey. June 4th, 2017. © Chris Steele-Perkins | Magnum Photos
Chris Steele-Perkins Day after the terrorist attack on London Bridge. Press circus at police cordon on Southwark Street. A Muslim man is interviewed. June 4th, 2017. © Chris Steele-Perkins | Magnum Photos

On Saturday night, June 3, 2017, three terrorists in a hire van ran down pedestrians on London Bridge, before getting out and continuing a murderous rampage on foot, attacking members of the public at random with knives. Eight people died and  a further 48 were injured. A testament to London’s multicultural population, it was revealed that the victims came from all over the world – as far away as Australia and Canada. Come Monday morning, Londoners of all walks of life who live or work in the London Bridge area, or pass through it on their commute, paid tribute to those who had lost their lives there two days earlier, as they soberly and defiantly laid flowers and continued with their working days.