Cities around the world are showing solidarity with London after the terror attack this afternoon.
France paid its tribute to victims of London terror attack by turning off Eiffel Tower twinkling lights at midnight local time in the sign of grief with London, where a vehicle and knife attack near Britain's Parliament on Wednesday killed five people, including the man believed to be the attacker.
Tel Aviv City Hall has been lit up in the colours of the Union flag to pay homage to those killed and injured.
As it was reported earlier, incident with shooting occurred at UK Parliament building on Wednesday. A vehicle drove into a crowd at Westminster bridge, injuring several people. Then a person armed with a knife attacked police in the grounds of the Houses of Parliament, stabbing a policemen and was shot in the end.
Five people died in the terror attack outside Parliament in London.