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"Shocked and saddened" wife of Khalid Masood condemns Westminster attack

Her comments follow those of Ajao, who broke her silence on Monday, saying she was "shocked, saddened and numbed by the actions my son has taken that have killed and injured innocent people in Westminster".

Rohey Hydara made the statement after Khalid Masood's mother, Janet Ajao, spoke out about Wednesday's assault, which was claimed by the Daesh terrorist group.

"I am saddened and shocked by what Khalid has done".

Dr Wilcox said to the families who were there "I wish you all well" and asked the families to pass on her condolences to those who were unable to attend.

In a statement to the Associated Press, Hydara poured scorn on her husband's act of terror and requested privacy for her family, especially the children, at this hard time.

An independent review will take place into how the perimeter fence of the Parliamentary estate is secured after knife-wielding attacker Khalid Masood ran into New Palace Yard and murdered Pc Keith Palmer last Wednesday.

The families of those killed in the Westminster terror attack were in court for the opening of the inquest into the deaths of their loved ones.

Basu said he found no evidence of an association with ISIS or al-Qaeda, but added that Masood clearly had "an interest in Jihad".

In a statement, the couple's families said Ms Cristea was still in a critical but stable condition in hospital.

Inquests were opened Wednesday for those killed in the attack: Palmer, age 48; British college administrator Aysha Frade, age 44; United States tourist Kurt Cochran, age 54; and 75-year-old south London resident Leslie Rhodes, whose life support was turned off Thursday.

Charlton are doing all that they can to pay their respects to PC Keith Palmer, who lost his life in the terror attack in Westminster last week.

It will open and adjourn on Wednesday afternoon local time at Westminster's Coroner's Court.

Masood used the messaging service WhatsApp just before he began his attack.

The court heard that Kent-born Masood, who lived in Birmingham, mounted the kerb twice in a Hyundai auto as he sped across Westminster Bridge.

Twelve are still being treated in hospital, one of whom is in a coma.

Coroner's Office manager Eric Sword told the hearing how American tourist Mr Cochran, 54, had died at the scene of multiple injuries after he was hit by the vehicle.

Police arrested 12 people in total over the killings but only one, a 30-year-old man, remains in custody on suspicion of "preparation of terrorist acts".

Family friend Clint Payne said on behalf of Ms Cochrane: "The most hard part of all of this is that Kurt is no longer with us, and we miss him terribly".

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