London's Borough Market reopens after terror attack

With emotions running high and stalls bursting with produce, London’s 1,000-year-old Borough Market re-opened on Wednesday (June 14) for the first time since a deadly terror attack by Islamist extremists killed eight people.

Traders gathered for a minute’s silence in honour of the victims of the June 3 attack, before fruit-and-veg stallholder Paul Wheeler rang the market bell, crying as he tugged the rope harder and harder.