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CBC News Online | Updated July 25, 2005

British police shot Brazilian eight times (July 25, 2005)

Police name 2 suspects in attempted U.K. bombings (July 25, 2005)

3rd suspect arrested in failed London bombings (July 24, 2005)

'Someone else could be shot,' British police chief warns (July 24, 2005)

Man shot by U.K. police not connected to bomb attacks (July 23, 2005)

Brazil calls shooting of citizen 'lamentable mistake' (July 23, 2005)

Fatal shooting 'directly linked' to bomb probes: police (July 22, 2005)

Man arrested after photos of London suspects released (July 22, 2005)

New attacks on London transit system (July 21, 2005)

Latest blasts designed to scare: British PM (July 21, 2005)

'Everyone just ran': passenger on London train (July 21, 2005)

Pakistan denies arresting British Muslim (July 20, 2005)

Blair, Muslim leaders unified against 'evil' (July 19, 2005)

London bomb suspects visited Pakistan (July 18, 2005)

Report ties London bombs to Iraq war (July 18, 2005)

Britain's MI5 decided London bomber posed no threat: report (July 17, 2005)

British police name two more bombers (July 16, 2005)

Fight 'evil ideology' of extremists, Blair urges (July 16, 2005)

London bombing investigation spreads to Egypt, Pakistan (July 15, 2005)

Australian caught in London bombings dies from injuries (July 15, 2005)

Police name 2 London bomb suspects (July 14, 2005)

Pakistan investigates possible links to London bombers (July 14, 2005)

Police hunt for mastermind of bombings (July 13, 2005)

British police give details of suspected bombers' movements (July 12, 2005)

No intelligence received to prevent 'murderous carnage': Blair (July 11, 2005)

London bombing death toll raised to 52 (July 11, 2005)

London attacks closely co-ordinated: police (July 9, 2005)

London mayor says he knew 'at some point this would happen' (July 8, 2005)

Londoners search for missing loved ones (July 8, 2005)

More than 50 dead in London attacks (July 7, 2005)

Transit blasts called 'evil', 'mass murder' (July 7, 2005)

Britons 'will not be terrorized': Blair (July 7, 2005)

'No specific threat,' but Canada could be target: McLellan (July 7, 2005)

Worldwide transit systems under close watch (July 7, 2005)

London cancels Olympic homecoming (July 7, 2005)

Oil prices pull back after London explosions (July 7, 2005)

British transit attacks send European markets down sharply (July 7, 2005)

North American markets finish with gains despite London bombings (July 7, 2005)




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MAIN PAGE TIMELINE: July 7, 2005 TIMELINE: July 21, 2005 INVESTIGATION TIMELINE THE SUSPECTS A FIRST-PERSON ACCOUNT STATEMENT CLAIMING RESPONSIBILITY TONY BLAIR SPEECH GEORGE BUSH STATEMENT ON THE BOMBINGS EYEWITNESS STATEMENTS STATEMENT BY G-8 + 5 COUNTRIES WORLD LEADERS' REACTIONS CANADIAN REACTION AL-QAEDA-LINKED BOMBINGS A BRIEF HISTORY OF ATTACKS IN THE U.K. LONDON UNDERGROUND
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