London's mayor boldly declared that the city is open after a terror attack in the heart of the British capital killed seven people and injured dozens.
"We are all shocked and angry today, but this is our city," Sadiq Khan told NBC News on Sunday. "We will never let these cowards win, and we will never be cowed by terrorism."
Khan doesn't think the general elections scheduled for Thursday should be postponed or moved because of the attacks.
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Khan said the attacks were motived to stop people from "enjoying the democracy that we have."