London's Second Wave

Investigators launch a massive manhunt for the suspects in the second set of attacks

For somebody to lose their life in such circumstances is a tragedy," Scotland Yard said in an apology late last week after London police pumped five bullets at point-blank range into a suspected terrorist who turned out to be innocent. The Brazilian had been wearing an unusually heavy coat for summer when plainclothes cops chased him onto a train and revealed previously secret "shoot to kill" guidelines for dealing with suicide bombers. The incident occurred the day after four bombs went off almost simultaneously on Underground trains and a bus in a chilling echo of the blasts that killed 56 people two...

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