LONDON (CNN) — Traders, tourists and locals will link arms and observe a moment of silence at London’s Borough Market on Wednesday morning before ringing the opening bell for the first time since the terror attack there 11 days ago. The normally bustling marketplace, packed with stalls peddling everything from artisan breads to aromatic curries and British charcuterie, has been boarded up since a vehicle and knife attack on June 3 left eight people dead.Just days earlier, bullet holes were still visible in the shutters of some stall where police fired on three knife-wielding assailants as they stormed nearby restaurants and pubs. The men, who have since been identified by police, were shot dead just under Borough Market’s iconic Stoney Street entrance. Many walking to work through… Next »
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