"A large part of the outer cordon of the crime scene in place following the terrorist attack in London Bridge has now been reopened", police said. "Parents always ask what they could have done in situations like this", she said. "I don't know what they did to him".
Police searching for a French man missing since Saturday recovered a body from the River Thames on Tuesday night.
Police said a man's body was found on Tuesday night at almost 8pm near Limehouse by specialist officers. "I didn't feel good about it at all". And I know what they are feeling.
Zaghba was on the roll of Italians resident overseas (AIRE) of the town of Valsamoggia near Bologna, Mayor Daniele Ruscigno said.
- Italian media siad Zaghba became a person of interest to Italian authorities in March previous year after he was found in possession of a one-way ticket to Istanbul and suspected of wanting to travel to Syria.
Thirteen others - believed to have been involved in the incident as well - were arrested, but 12 of the 13 have been released since then.
He said Zaghba was always tracked by Italian intelligence officers while in the country and that United Kingdom authorities were informed.
"The police then took his Italian passport, but they gave it back in April 2016 because they had no legal reason to keep it".
Collina said she had last spoken to her son on Thursday afternoon.
The former wife of one of the London Bridge attackers says she is "deeply shocked, saddened and numbed" by her ex-partner's actions. The Times newspaper also said it had obtained footage of the men laughing and joking five days before the attack as they met outside the Ummah Fitness Center, a gym in east London where Butt trained.
"Over the last seven years, we as a city have lost 600 million pounds ($775 million) from our budget", he said. He talked to her about the garden in the house where he lived, which she now believes was his reference to "paradise" or heaven as described in the Quran.
Earlier Wednesday, Spain had urged British authorities to speed up the identification of the dead and wounded in the London Bridge attacks to spare families more suffering.
The mayor of Valsamoggia, a municipality near Bologna, said Zaghba was the son of an Italian mother, Valeria Collina, and a Moroccan father, Mohamed Zaghba, who had separated 18 months ago.
"He was a sweet boy that was looking for rules and boundaries".
May has said the three attacks - including one on Parliament in March - weren't connected in any operational sense but were linked by what she called the "perverted ideology" of extremist Islam.
Anti-immigrant Northern League leader Matteo Salvini said "one of the London terrorists was Italian, they confiscated his cellphone where there were hymns to ISIS and Holy War but a judge didn't deem him risky enough so he went to London and did what he did". During that time, she said, he showed her an ISIS video in which the terror organization was depicted "handing out food and rebuilding roads and bridges". She said she tried to keep him away from radical friends, but "he had the internet and from there he got everything".
British officials haven't been able to confirm whether the three attackers acted alone in Saturday's attack, but the Islamic State claims it was involved. He usually sent messages instead of giving her a ring.
"He had a sweet, nearly melancholy voice".
Speaking of the attack, Collina said: "It is a awful thing, something that should not happen".
"He moved into a furnished garage in the garden".
"All I saw was him getting put into an unmarked vehicle".
In retrospect, she had an epiphany.