Major landmarks in the British capital gradually reopened on Thursday afternoon and life began to return to normal, the day after a lone attacker descended on Westminster, killing three and injuring 40 more.
Nick Miller London: A mother on her way to collect her two daughters from school was killed during Wednesday's terror attack in Westminster.
Latika Bourke "If police tell you to run, run." The officer's chilling instruction rang out across the quadrangle in the Commons below Big Ben.
Adam Carey, Daniel Flitton Can cities be terror-proofed against a spate of vehicle-ramming attacks?
Megan Levy A British politician whose brother died in the Bali bombings in 2002 desperately attempted to resuscitate a critically injured police officer who was stabbed in a terrorist attack outside the Houses of Parliament in the heart of London.
Kelsey Munro The militants came to the town in the dark. The girls, aged between 16 and 18, were at their boarding school, studying for their final exams.
Paul McGeough At a conference, at which Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop represented Australia, Tillerson spoke of setting up "interim zones of stability" for returning refugees.
London: British police have raided an address in Birmingham, West Midlands, possibly in connection with the car and knife attack that killed at least five people and injured more than 40 in London on Wednesday, according to media reports.
Kirsty Needham Chinese media have blown hot and cold on Australia as Premier Li Keqiang arrived for a five-day visit.
Megan Levy One moment the footage shows a typical and instantly recognisable London scene: red double decker buses travelling across Westminster Bridge in the heart of the British capital.
Rain will continue on Saturday in a miserable March that may break rainfall records.