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Injured American 'Getting Strong Every Day' After London Attack: Family

Melissa Cochran was celebrating her wedding anniversary in London with her husband, Kurt, who died in the terror attack

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    The Eiffel Tower in Paris, France, went dark at midnight on Wednesday, to show support for the victims of the London terror attack. A building in Tel-Aviv, Israel, also showed solidarity by lighting up an image of the U.K. flag.

    (Published Thursday, March 23, 2017)

    The family of the American woman seriously injured in last week's terror attack in London said she is "getting stronger every day," NBC News reported.

    Melissa Cochran's family members shared photos of her continued recovery on their GoFundMe page on Thursday. One photo showed Cochran on crutches in a London hospital.

    Another post on Wednesday showed Cochran on her phone surround by family.

    Cochran was in London with her husband, Kurt, celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary. Kurt was killed in the attack, along with two other civilians and a police officer.