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>> The London Bridge attack death toll rising to eight, as British police pull a body from the River Thames. 45-year-old Frenchman Xavier Thomas had been missing. It's thought he was thrown from the bridge and drowned, his girlfriend seriously injured in the same incident. Both hit by the attackers' van as careered into pedestrians, before getting out and stabbing passersby.
Traffic back on the roads, new security barriers protecting passing commuters. As London Bridge reopens, more details of the other victims that died here emerge. A second Australian confirmed dead and two more French citizens. All three assailants have been identified. Pakistani-born Briton Khuram Shazad Butt, 30 year old Rachid Redouane, and Moroccan Italian Youssef Zaghba.
Zaghba was just 22 and living in London, but he had visited his Italian mother Valaria Collina in this sleepy Italian town. Reuters Isla Binnie in Rome says she blames his radicalization on the Internet.>> His mother says that she had tried her hardest to make sure that he wasn't mixing with the wrong sort of people.
She was aware that he was being exposed to certain things on the Internet which had created, in his mind, an idea of Syria as a place of a fantasy where he could live a pure Muslim life. She had also visited him in London and said that she was always uncomfortable with the neighborhood in which he lived.
And she was worried that he had come into contact with the wrong sort of people.>> Last year, he was stopped and and investigated while trying to travel to Syria. But nothing was found to indicate any serious threat. Now his mother has vowed to dedicate her life to fighting radical ideology spreading in other families.