Trivana News | Grieving Over British Terror, Eiffel Tower Lights Off – Post-attack terror Britain, France condolences, to extinguish the lights of the city icon, the Eiffel Tower.
Eiffel Tower lights turned off at midnight as a form of solidarity with the victims of terror England. The attack occurred on Wednesday, March 22, 2017, afternoon local time.
The mayor of Paris, Anne Hidalgo said in a statement that his city is in line with the London related to love freedom and democracy.
While Big Ben is a symbol of London appears to glow red, to honor the victims.
Grieving Over British Terror, Eiffel Tower Lights Off
In Tel Aviv, the city hall of the country participated in a solidarity action after the terror attacks by featuring the British flag on the walls of the building.
The mayor of Tel Aviv, Ron Huldai then posted a picture of the building City Hall in Israel lit red, white, and blue.
“Tel Aviv City Hall lit up tonight in the color of the Union Jack, in solidarity with the city of London and my colleague @SadiqKhan,” said Huldai at Twitter.
Post-attack UK terror, the same light can also be seen in the library of Birmingham.
“The @LibraryofBham illuminated with light in order to show solidarity with Birmingham over London. Our prayers for all those affected by the attack on Westminster Bridge …,” posting Council Leader John Clancy.
Meanwhile, world leaders have offered their condolences and expressed support for the UK.
The attack occurred in the heart successive British government on Wednesday, March 22, 2017, ahead of the afternoon. At that time a rider crashed his car into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge, London.
Not long later, the same actors ran towards the Houses of Parliament. He attacked the policemen stationed there with a knife. The action was then stopped a police hot lead.
The shot is then released, killing the unidentified perpetrators.
Total deaths in UK terror attack is five people, including actors and one police officer. About 40 people were injured.
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