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As the third London Bridge attacker is named, there's condemnation from an uncle of one of the extremists who carried out a van and knife attack in central London on Saturday night.
Also on the programme: A shooting in Paris; US-backed forces prepare to enter Raqqa, the Northern Syrian capital of so-called Islamic State, for the first time.
(Picture: A message is left with flowers near the scene of
Saturday's terrorist attack, on June 6, 2017 Credit: Getty Images)
The third London Bridge attacker has been named as Youssef Zaghba, a Moroccan-Italian man. Questions are being asked over how well-known he was to security services.
Also in the programme: Insurgency in the southern Philippines and George Orwell
(Picture: Youssef Zaghba, Khuram Shazad Butt and Rachid Redouane believed by police to be the three attackers in the June 3 terror attack on London Bridge. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
Scotland Yard said Pakistan-born Khuram Butt, 27, from east London was known to police and security service MI5. The other attacker was Rachid Redouane, 30, who also lived in east London, police claimed he was Moroccan-Libyan. Also in the programme: A diplomatic rift between Qatar and neighbouring states is threatening to disrupt air travel across the Gulf region. And Bill Cosby on trial.
(Photo: People leave tributes at a pile of flowers outside City Hall in London on June 5, 2017 to commemorate the victims of the terror attack on London Bridge and at Borough Market that killed seven people on June 3. Credit: Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP/Getty Images)
Police say they will release the identity of the London attackers "as soon as operationally possible".
Also on the programme: six Arab nations sever ties with Qatar; and opening statements begin today in Bill Cosby's highly anticipated sexual assault trial.
(Image: Forensic officers continue their work along Borough High Street following the June 3rd terror attack. Credit: Getty Images)
In the programme: the latest on the police investigation into the London Bridge attack; eyewitness accounts of what happened; reactions from senior politicians; and an assessment of what more can be done to prevent radicalisation in cyberspace.
(Photograph shows British armed police guarding a closed road near Borough Market. Credit: European Photopress Agency)
The British Prime Minister, Theresa May, has said that at least seven people have been killed and nearly fifty injured in what she described as "a brutal terrorist attack" in central London. A white van hit pedestrians on London Bridge on Saturday night, then three men got out and stabbed people in nearby Borough Market.Three suspects, at least one of whom was wearing a fake explosive vest, have been shot dead by police.
Mrs May said Thursday's general election will go ahead in spite of the country's third terror attack in as many months. The main British parties have temporarily suspended their election campaigning.
We hear eyewitness testimony, the latest on the ongoing investigation and discuss the political reaction in the UK.
(Image: Armed police officers arrive at London Bridge. Credit: Chris J Ratcliffe/AFP/Getty Images)