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Within one minute on July 7, the first full day of the 31st G8 summit in Scotland, a series of three bomb explosions struck London’s public transportation system during the morning rush hour. An hour later, a fourth bomb exploded on a city bus.

The incidents, which killed at least 54 people and left 700 injured, are the deadliest bombings in London since the Blitz during World War II, and the deadliest terrorist attack since the 1988 bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland. In addition, the city’s transport and telecommunication infrastructure was severely disrupted for nearly a day.

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