The Italian mother of Youssef Zaghba, one of the London Bridge attackers, said her son was radicalized in the United Kingdom after moving there about a year ago. Valeria Khadija Collina told the Associated Press that her 22-year-old son had been seduced by Islamist extremism over the internet. “Last year... when I went to England, he was a bit more rigid,” Collina said. “From his face, from his look, I could see there was a radicalization, as you say, and this happened in England, absolutely.” Police have identified Zaghba as one of the three men who rushed pedestrians on London Bridge with a van and then began stabbing people in nearby Borough Market. Italian authorities told the Financial Times that they had been suspicious of Zaghba and “constantly monitored” him during his visits to the country over the past 18 months. Italian officials shared their suspicions with British authorities and Zaghba was listed in the European-wide intelligence-sharing system.