London Pauses To Remember Attack Victims

By: Associated Press Email
By: Associated Press Email

London (AP) Londoners are solemnly marking the third anniversary of the suicide bomb attacks that killed 52 bus and subway passengers and injured more than 700 others.

commuters and survivors stood silently today while city officials laid flowers outside King’s Cross train and subway station.

The bombers, British Muslims inspired by Al-Qaida, set out from that station and blew themselves up aboard three subway trains and a bus. It was the deadliest attack in London since World War II.

Relatives of some victims held private ceremonies at the sites where the attacks happened.

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