Seven people died and 48 were injured on Saturday night when three terrorists unleashed a brutal attack in and around London Bridge.
The three men rammed a white van into pedestrians before getting out and stabbing members of the public at random in Borough Market.
The attackers were shot dead by police within eight minutes of the alarm being raised.
Here is what we know so far about the attacks and the events since:
- 10.07pm Saturday - Ambulance services are called to reports of a white van ploughing through pedestrians on London Bridge, arriving within six minutes.
- 10.08pm - Police are also called to the scene.
- The white van crashes outside The Barrowboy & Banker pub in Borough High Street, where three men leave the vehicle and apparently run down steps and along Green Dragon Court, heading towards Borough Market where they begin stabbing people in pubs and restaurants.
- Witnesses say three men run into the Black And Blue restaurant in Stoney Street and begin stabbing people indiscriminately, including one person in the face and neck.
- A knifeman also storms the El Pastor restaurant in Stoney Street, forcing diners and staff to take shelter.
- Another man, journalist Geoff Ho, is stabbed at the Southwark Tavern. Witnesses see injured people in the Mudlark pub, while others at the Katzenjammers Bierhall in Southwark Street help a person who has been stabbed.
- Police searching for the knifemen go through bars and restaurants as staff and drinkers hide.
- 10.16pm - Eight minutes after police are called three male suspects are shot dead by marksmen near the Wheatsheaf pub in Stoney Street. Eight officers fire 50 bullets, an "unprecedented number of rounds", the Met's assistant commissioner Mark Rowley says.
- A member of the public is also accidentally shot, and is in hospital with injuries described as "not critical".
- The men are wearing what looked like explosive vests but these are later found to be hoaxes.
- At least 48 patients are taken to five hospitals, London Ambulance Service says, with more than 80 medics having been sent to the scene.
- A British Transport Police officer who took on the three attackers armed with just his baton is stabbed in the head, face and leg as he tries to help members of the public.
- 12.25am on Sunday - Both incidents are declared by the Metropolitan Police as terror attacks.
- Shortly before 4am, police confirm six people are killed in the rampage.
- A third incident at Vauxhall is a stabbing and unrelated, Scotland Yard says.
- Metropolitan Police commissioner Cressida Dick says the number of victims from the London attack has risen to seven. The High Commission of Canada later confirms one of its citizens is among the dead.
- After chairing a meeting of the Government's Cobra emergency committee, at 10.35am Prime Minister Theresa May says the UK is experiencing a "new trend in the threat we face as terrorism breeds terrorism" as she condemns the terror attacks.
- On Sunday morning police carry out raids in Barking, east London, where it is thought one of the attackers lived. Officers make 12 arrests in the area and a neighbour who knew one of the attackers says he had asked him how to hire a van.
- 2pm - Armed police descend on a flat in East Ham, where witnesses say they apprehend two suspects. Residents see one man jump out of a first floor window and run along the top of a rank of shops before being dragged through a window by officers.
- 4.30pm - Mr Rowley confirms that 36 people remain in hospital with 21 in a critical condition. He warns of more armed police in the capital in coming days, and says "increased physical measures" will be brought in to keep people safe on London's bridges.
- 7.50pm - French foreign minister Jean-Yves Le Drian confirms a French citizen was killed in the attack and seven were taken to hospital, of which four are in a serious condition.
- 10pm - Scotland Yard says seven women aged between 19 and 60 are among those arrested at an address in Barking under the Terrorism Act, while five men aged 27 to 55 are also detained. One 55-year-old man is released without charge.
- 10:30pm - The first victim of the attack is named as Canadian national Christine Archibald, who worked in a homeless shelter until she moved to Europe to be with her fiance.
- 10.45pm - The head of the SITE intelligence group says the Islamic State terror group has claimed responsibility for the London attacks.
- 12.18am on Monday - Australian foreign minister Julie Bishop says three Australian citizens were injured in the attacks.
- 5am - Prime minister Malcolm Turnbull says the number of Australian victims has increased to four, adding the Government had "very real concerns" about two of its citizens.
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