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Thursday, July 7, 2005

Who Was Responsible?

Officials in Britain and the U.S. had warned there might be another major terrorist act. CBS News' Jim Stewart in Washington has more on possible perpetrators.

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Hourly Update- London Deaths

CBS News' John Roberts reports on the latest developments in the terror attacks in London.

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Injured Recounts Blasts

CBS News RAW: An injured man recounted what happened to him during his morning commute when bombs went of in London.

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Hourly Update- London Blast

CBS News' John Roberts reports on the latest developments in the terror attacks in London.

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U.S. Security After Attacks

U.S. homeland security is heightened after the London terrorist attacks. CBS News' Jim Stewart reports from Washington.

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London Officials' Debriefing

CBS News RAW: London senior officials give a briefing on casualties and the situation after a series of terrorist attacks wreaked havoc on the transit system.

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Terror Attacks In London

CBS News' Sheila MacVicar reports on the latest in the terrorist attack on London's subway and bus systems.

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London's Mayor Reacts

London's mayor, Ken Livingstone, reacts from Singapore to the terrorist bombings that rocked London's transit system.

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Subway Blast Eyewitness

CBS News RAW: In London, a man who was riding the subway when the explosions began gave an account of the harrowing experience.

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Eyewitness Account Of Attacks

CBS News RAW: One eyewitness talks about the London terror attacks.

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Blair- Terrorists Won't Win

In Scotland, British Prime Minister Tony Blair, with leaders of the G8 nations alongside him, declared that the terrorists would not prevail.

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Terror Attack In London

CBS News' Stacy Case reports on the terrorist attack in London, which has killed at least two people and injured several others.

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London Blasts Analyzed

Defense analyst Francis Tusa tells The Early Show's Harry Smith British authorities may have put too much attention on the G8 summit and left London unguarded.

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A Haven For Radicals

For decades London has been a haven for radical elements. But now the city that prided itself as being a refuge of tolerance has become a place of suspicion, Allen Pizzey reports.

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Heightened Security In U.S.

In the wake of the London attack, American cities are on full alert. But officials concede there's no sure-fire way to protect the 29 million riders who use mass transit daily, Bob Orr reports.

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Painful Reminders Of 9/11

The similarities between the attacks in London and 9/11 weren't lost on New Yorkers. Sharyn Alfonsi reports on the fresh wounds that remind an entire country of ones that never healed.

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Investigators Look For Clues

British police are poring over surveillance tapes and gathering remnants of the bombs, hoping to discover key elements of the devices that might lead them to suspects. Jim Stewart reports.

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Attacks Shake City's Mindset

The city's residents have lived with the threat of terror for decades, but there used to be unwritten rules. The only rule now is the law of the urban jungle, reports Mark Phillips.

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Deadly Blasts Rock London

Explosions rocked the London subway and tore open a double-decker bus during the morning rush hour. The attack left Londoners grieving, shocked and wondering what's next, Sheila MacVicar reports.

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Bush Warns Americans

President Bush warned Americans to be 'extra vigilant' as they head to work after the deadly explosions in London. He made his remarks at the G8 summit in Scotland.

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More Attacks Possible

Michael Clarke, director of Defense Studies at Kings College, told The Early Show why another attack in London is likely amid the chaos.

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Keeping Kids From Predators

Kansas Attorney General Phill Kline and Erin Runnion, the mother of a child who was kidnapped and killed, discuss protecting children from sex offenders on The Early Show.

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Jet Flammability Problems

After a fuel tank explosion brought down TWA Flight 800 in New York, federal officials promised to order new safety measures for jetliners. But years later, it still hasn't happened, Bob Orr reports.

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Bush Heads To G8 Summit

President Bush began his birthday in Denmark addressing a domestic issue before heading to Scotland for the G8 Summit to discuss poverty and the environment. CBS News' Thalia Assuras reports.

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