In pictures: Vigil for London's Finsbury Park Mosque attack victims

The assault occurred shortly after midnight as worshipers left Finsbury Park mosque following late-night prayers during the holy month of Ramadan.
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People gather to attend a vigil outside Finsbury Park Mosque, close to the scene of a van attack in Finsbury Park, north London on June 19, 2017. Ten people were injured when a van drove into a crowd of Muslim worshippers near a mosque in London in the early hours of Monday, and a man who had been taken ill before the attack died at the scene. (ISABEL INFANTES/AFP/Getty Images)
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Flowers and a written message are left close to the scene of a van attack in Finsbury Park, north London on June 19, 2017. Ten people were injured when a van drove into a crowd of Muslim worshippers near a mosque in London in the early hours of Monday, and a man who had been taken ill before the attack died at the scene. (ISABEL INFANTES/AFP/Getty Images)
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People hold flowers as they attend a vigil outside Finsbury Park Mosque on June 19, 2017 in London, England. Worshippers were struck by a hired van as they were leaving Finsbury Park mosque in North London after Ramadan prayers. One person was killed in the terror attack with a further 10 people injured. (Getty Images)
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A well-wisher hands a police officer a bouquet of flowers near the police cordon, close to the scene of a van attack in Finsbury Park, north London on June 19, 2017. Ten people were injured when a van drove into a crowd of Muslim worshippers near a mosque in London in the early hours of Monday, and a man who had been taken ill before the attack died at the scene. (NIKLAS HALLE'N/AFP/Getty Images)
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A woman leaves flowers close to the scene of a van attack in Finsbury Park, north London on June 19, 2017. Ten people were injured when a van drove into a crowd of Muslim worshippers near a mosque in London in the early hours of Monday, and a man who had been taken ill before the attack died at the scene. (ISABEL INFANTES/AFP/Getty Images)
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A policewoman sorts through floral tributes left near the police cordon, close to the scene of a van attack in Finsbury Park, north London on June 19, 2017. Ten people were injured when a van drove into a crowd of Muslim worshippers near a mosque in London in the early hours of Monday, and a man who had been taken ill before the attack died at the scene. (ISABEL INFANTES/AFP/Getty Images)
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People hold up signs saying 'united against terror' as they attend a vigil outside Finsbury Park Mosque on June 19, 2017 in London, England. Worshippers were struck by a hired van as they were leaving Finsbury Park mosque in North London after Ramadan prayers. One person was killed in the terror attack with a further 10 people injured. (Getty Images)
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A Police officer stands on duty near tributes and flowers at a police cordon in Finsbury Park area of north London on June 19, 2017, following a vehicle attack on pedestrians. Ten people were injured when a van drove into a crowd of Muslim worshippers near a mosque in London in the early hours of Monday, and a man who had been taken ill before the attack died at the scene. (ISABEL INFANTES/AFP/Getty Images)
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A woman holds up a sign saying 'love will win, terror will lose' as she attends a vigil outside Finsbury Park Mosque on June 19, 2017 in London, England. Worshippers were struck by a hired van as they were leaving Finsbury Park mosque in North London after Ramadan prayers. One person was killed in the terror attack with a further 10 people injured. (Getty Images)
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Protesters stand with anti-war posters ahead of a vigil, close to the scene of a van attack in Finsbury Park, north London on June 19, 2017. Ten people were injured when a van drove into a crowd of Muslim worshippers near a mosque in London in the early hours of Monday, and a man who had been taken ill before the attack died at the scene. (ISABEL INFANTES/AFP/Getty Images)
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A woman holds up a sign as she attends a vigil outside Finsbury Park Mosque on June 19, 2017 in London, England. Worshippers were struck by a hired van as they were leaving Finsbury Park mosque in North London after Ramadan prayers. One person was killed in the terror attack with a further 10 people injured. (Getty Images)
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Mayor of London Sadiq Khan, (C) and Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick give a statement to the media near the scene of an attack in the Finsbury Park area of north London following a vehicle attack on pedestrians, on June 19, 2017. Ten people were injured when a van drove into a crowd of Muslim worshippers near a mosque in London in the early hours of Monday, and a man who had been taken ill before the attack died at the scene. (ISABEL INFANTES/AFP/Getty Images)