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Horror roar with no history
A previously unknown group claimed responsibility in the name of al Qaida in Europe for a series of deadly blasts in London today, but British and US officials said it was not clear if the claim was genuine. ...  | Read.. 
 
All faiths condemn attacks
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, has spoken of his horror and grief following the explosions in London this morning. ...  | Read.. 
 
Police had no warning of terror bombings
Londonís most senior police officers have said they had no indication that a terrorist attack on the city was imminent and they are confident that security was at an ...  | Read.. 
 
Survivorsí horror tales
A series of co-ordinated blasts across London that appear to be terror related have caused dozens of casualties, shut down the transport system and caused widespread pani ...  | Read.. 
 
A police officer (on right) wheels a suitcase alongside some tourists walking to their hotel. The British travel industry was keeping its fingers cros ...  | Read
G8 hub loses shine
The dark shadow of terrorism brutally overshadowed the agenda set by the G8 leaders for their annu..  | Read.. 
Blasts in Britain, Africa hit
The co-ordinated terrorist attacks on several locations on Londonís transport network vir..  | Read.. 
 
Transport stands still, city on foot
London was plunged into transport chaos today, with hundre ...  | Read.. 

Return of 9/11 noise
For people who experienced the horror of the September 11, ...  | Read.. 

Banks brave bombs
Traders sat glued to TV screens in banks across the city af ...  | Read.. 

Madrid parallel
Apparently coordinated blasts across Londonís transpor ...  | Read.. 

US on alert, but no sign of panic
The US government raised the terrorism alert level for buse ...  | Read..