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Friday, July 8, 2005

London Looks For Answers

Trains were up and running again as London tried to go back to normal. But investigators still face the daunting task of searching for clues -- and casualties, John Roberts reports.

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Who's Behind The Attack?

Officials are sifting through disparate evidence that suggests a variety of possible terror groups. The question is whether the attackers are foreign or home-grown, Mark Phillips reports.

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Official- 'London Will Go On'

CBS News RAW: London's mayor and police commissioner discussed the city's terrorist attack, and what kinds of measures are being taken to insure the people's safety.

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Queen Offers Sympathy, Thanks

CBS News RAW: Queen of England, Elizabeth II, offers her condolences to those involved in the terrorist bombings in London and thanks those who helped.

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PM Blair On G8 Results

CBS News RAW: British Prime Minister Tony Blair discussed the top priorities and agreements of the participants of the G8 Summit, which included African aid and the environment.

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G8 Summit 'Success'

Leaders at the G8 Summit in Scotland are calling it a success, in spite of the terror attacks in London. CBS News' Thalia Assuras reports with the latest.

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Survivors, Medic Talk Blast

London survivors and rescue workers discussed their experiences on The Early Show.

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Rudy Reaction In London

New York City's 9/11 mayor, Rudy Giuliani, tells The Early Show about witnessing the London attacks.

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London After The Bombings

Michael Clarke, director of the Center for Defense Studies in London, tells The Early Show how London is coping after the terrorist bombings.

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Latest On London Blasts

CBS News' Sheila MacVicar reports London is getting back to work, after the terrorist attacks.

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U.S. Reaction To Attacks

London's terror attacks hit close to home for many Americans. The Early Show's Melinda Murphy talked to people in New York's Times Square.

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Chertoff On U.S. Security

On The Early Show, Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff talked about what the bombings in London mean for U.S. transit. He advised Americans to go about business as usual.

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London Attack Shakes City

CBS News has the latest developments on the terrorist attacks in London and the heightened alert on U.S. transit.

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U.S. Transit On High Alert

Cities around the country like New York, Chicago and Los Angeles displayed a heightened state of alert targeted to the mass transit sector. CBS News' Scott Rapoport.

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Chertoff On Homeland Security

Secretary of Homeland Security, Michael Chertoff, holds a briefing about the current state of U.S. security after multiple terrorist attacks on London's transit system.

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