[img]http://www.sermonindex.net/images/forum/2004/may/featured_news.gif[/img]LONDON - Explosions struck three London Underground stations and a bus at midday Thursday in a chilling but less deadly replay of the suicide bombings that killed 56 people two weeks ago.Only one person was reported wounded, but the lunch-hour explosions caused major shock and disruption in the capital and were hauntingly similar to the July 7 bombings by four attackers.The London police commissioner confirmed Thursday that four explosions took place in what he described as a very serious incident.Weve had four explosions four attempts at explosions, Metropolitan Police Commissioner Ian Blair said outside police headquarters at Scotland Yard.At the moment the casualty numbers appear to be very low ... the bombs appear to be smaller than those detonated July 7.At a news gathering, Prime Minister Tony Blair appealed for calm. He said the people behind the incidents are trying to "scare people" and "make them anxious."Blair said police were hoping to get the city's transit system "back to normal as quickly as possible."
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Apparently these terrorists have forgotten about the British national character. Maybe they should study their World War II history.[url=http://www.werenotafraid.com/]London's reaction[/url]