06 May '11, 11am

London bombings victims unlawfully killed: inquest: LONDON - THE 52 victims of the July 7, 2005, London bombing...

London bombings victims unlawfully killed: inquest: LONDON - THE 52 victims of the July 7, 2005, London bombing...

A file photo of the London Underground train which was involved in the July 7 bomb attack at Aldgate tube station in London. A coroner said the 52 victims of the London bombings were unlawfully killed. -- PHOTO: AFP LONDON - THE 52 victims of the July 7, 2005, London bombings were unlawfully killed, a coroner said on Friday as she announced her verdicts following exhaustive inquests into the atrocity. The ruling was expected but the families of the victims will be listening closely to hear what the coroner, judge Heather Hallett, has to say about whether the security services could have prevented the attacks and what more the emergency services could have done to improve their response. The attacks on three London Underground trains and a bus killed 52 commuters and were perpetrated by four Islamist suicide bombers, two of whom had made video statements spliced with footag...

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