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: - A train just outside the Liverpool Street station, killing seven people. They showed exceptional courage and professionalism during this critical time. Archived from the original on 31 December 2016. 31 A suspect package was found in the course of his arrest. On Friday 22 July, cctv images of four suspects wanted in connection with the bombings were released. (Timeline for t 15:31 BBC News. A b 'Confession' lifts lid on London bomb plot, The Scotsman, rchived 20 December 2010 at WebCite External links edit News articles edit Statements and announcements edit Coordinates : 513142N 0433W /.52833N.07583W /.52833; -0.07583. July 13, 2005, three of the four suicide bombers are identified as Shehzad Tanweer (Aldgate Hasib Hussain (Tavistock Square and Mohammed Siddique Khan (Edgware Road). Two other people were also arrested: one in the Whitehall area, and one near Tottenham Court Road, according to the BBC. Many colleagues were honoured for their extraordinary efforts during what was described as one of the biggest challenges faced by the police service in post-war Britain.
London bombings 's wiki: The London bombings, often referred to as 7/7, were a series of coordinated terrorist suicide attacks in London, United Kingdom, which targeted civilians travelling on the city's public transport system during the morning rus.
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8 In November 2007, Manfo Kwaku Asiedu admitted conspiracy to cause explosions while a charge of conspiracy to murder was dropped. On 25 July, two of the suspects were named by police as Yasin Hassan Omar and Muktar Said Ibrahim (also known as Muktar Mohammed Said). It was later reported that three of the four devices were of similar size and weight to those used on 7 July, with the fourth being housed in a smaller plastic box; all were said to have used the same type of explosive. Retrieved Osama bin London' guilty on terror charges". 2 The property was a council flat in Curtis House, Ladderswood Way, New Southgate in which Yasin Hassan Omar had been living since 1999. Archived from the original on Retrieved "Bomb Suspect May Spend Months in Rome". Both CNN and The Times 12 reported that the armed police at University College Hospital were pursuing a suspected bomber who fled into the building following a chase on foot down Tottenham Court Road. "For those of us who were not on the front line, we can only imagine the horrors that you faced, and the surroundings in which you worked so professionally.". This raid was raised because the caretaker of the area found around 10 large bottles of hair dye, which can be used in explosives, and he was suspicious so called a low level police contact. On 29 July, two more suspects were arrested in London. May 6, 2011, a British coroner report is released clearing the emergency services of failing to respond quickly enough to the bombings.