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Episode Guide. Creator: Kathleen Jordan. Added to Watchlist. Top-Rated Episodes S1. Error: please try again. Everything Coming to Netflix in August Four terrorists separately detonated three homemade bombs in quick succession aboard London Underground trains across the city and, later, a fourth on a double-decker bus in Tavistock Square.
Apart from the bombers, 52 UK residents of 18 different nationalities were killed and more than were injured in the attacks, making it the UK's deadliest terrorist incident since the bombing of Pan Am Flight near Lockerbie , Scotland, and England's deadliest since World War II , as well as the country's first Islamist suicide attack.
The explosions were caused by triacetone triperoxide IEDs packed into backpacks. The bombings were followed two weeks later by a series of attempted attacks that failed to cause injury or damage.
It was originally thought that there had been six, rather than three, explosions on the Underground network. The bus bombing brought the reported total to seven; this was clarified later in the day.
The erroneous reporting can be attributed to the fact that the blasts occurred on trains that were between stations, causing wounded passengers to emerge from both stations, giving the impression that there was an incident at each.
Police also revised the timings of the tube blasts: initial reports had indicated that they occurred during a period of almost half an hour.
This was due to initial confusion at London Underground LU , where the explosions were originally believed to have been caused by power surges.
An early report, made in the minutes after the explosions, involved a person under a train, while another described a derailment both of which did occur, but only as a result of the explosions.
A code amber alert was declared by LU at , and LU began to cease the network's operations, ordering trains to continue only to the next station and suspending all services.
The effects of the explosions varied due to the differing characteristics of the tunnels in which each occurred: . At its final destination, the bus turned around and started the return route to Hackney Wick.
A number of doctors and medical staff in or near that building were able to provide immediate emergency assistance.
Witnesses reported seeing "papers and half a bus flying through the air". The location of the bomb inside the bus meant the front of the vehicle remained mostly intact.
Most of the passengers at the front of the top deck survived, as did those near the front of the lower deck, including the driver, but those at the rear of the bus suffered more serious injuries, with several individuals being blown from the bus.
The extent of the damage caused to the victims' bodies resulted in a lengthy delay in announcing the death toll from the bombing while the police determined how many bodies were present and whether the bomber was one of them.
Several passers-by were also injured by the explosion and surrounding buildings were damaged by debris. The bombed bus was subsequently covered with tarpaulin and removed by low-loader for forensic examination at a secure Ministry of Defence site.
The vehicle was ultimately returned to Stagecoach and scrapped thereafter on 15 October In October , the "Spirit of London" bus was set alight in an arson attack.
The 52 victims were of diverse backgrounds; among them were several foreign-born British nationals and foreign exchange students. The majority of the victims lived in or near London.
Because of train delays before the attacks and subsequent transport problems caused by them, several victims died aboard trains and buses they would not normally have taken.
Their ages ranged from 20 to 60 years old, with an average age of All of the victims were UK residents; 32 of them were British.
Three victims were Polish nationals, while one victim was a Vietnamese born Australian and one held dual American-Vietnamese citizenship.
Three of the bombers were British-born sons of Pakistani immigrants ; Lindsay was a convert born in Jamaica. Charles Clarke , Home Secretary when the attacks occurred, described the bombers as " cleanskins ", a term describing them as previously unknown to authorities until they carried out their attacks.
Two of the bombers made videotapes describing their reasons for becoming what they called "soldiers". Khan's tape said: . I and thousands like me are forsaking everything for what we believe.
Our drive and motivation doesn't come from tangible commodities that this world has to offer. Our religion is Islam , obedience to the one true God and following the footsteps of the final prophet messenger.
Your democratically-elected governments continuously perpetuate atrocities against my people all over the world. And your support of them makes you directly responsible, just as I am directly responsible for protecting and avenging my Muslim brothers and sisters.
Until we feel security you will be our targets and until you stop the bombing, gassing, imprisonment and torture of my people we will not stop this fight.
We are at war and I am a soldier. Now you too will taste the reality of this situation. I myself, I myself, I make dua pray to Allah In the video, which may have been edited  to include remarks by al-Zawahiri, Tanweer said: .
What you have witnessed now is only the beginning of a string of attacks that will continue and become stronger until you pull your forces out of Afghanistan and Iraq.
And until you stop your financial and military support to America and Israel. Tanweer argued that the non-Muslims of Britain deserve such attacks because they voted for a government which "continues to oppress our mothers, children, brothers and sisters in Palestine , Afghanistan, Iraq and Chechnya.
Initial reports suggested that a power surge on the Underground power grid had caused explosions in power circuits. This was later ruled out by power suppliers National Grid.
Commentators suggested that the explanation had been made because of bomb damage to power lines along the tracks; the rapid series of power failures caused by the explosions or power being ended by means of switches at the locations to permit evacuation looked similar, from the point of view of a control room operator, to a cascading series of circuit breaker operations that would result from a major power surge.
A couple of hours after the bombings, Home Secretary Charles Clarke confirmed the incidents were terrorist attacks.
Although there were security alerts at many locations throughout the United Kingdom, no terrorist incidents occurred outside central London.
Suspicious packages were destroyed in controlled explosions in Edinburgh , Brighton , Coventry , Southampton , Portsmouth , Darlington and Nottingham.
Security across the country was increased to the highest alert level. The Times reported on 17 July that police sniper units were following as many as a dozen al-Qaeda suspects in Britain.
The covert armed teams were ordered to shoot to kill if surveillance suggested that a terror suspect was carrying a bomb and he refused to surrender if challenged.
A member of the Metropolitan Police's Specialist Firearms Command said: "These units are trained to deal with any eventuality. Since the London bombs they have been deployed to look at certain people.
Other mobile phone networks also reported failures, causing for example BBC Radio London reporters to use landline phones [ citation needed ] and Sky News to use the station ticker for displaying messages from persons trying to contact their relatives [ citation needed ].
The BBC speculated that the telephone system was shut down by security services to prevent the possibility of mobile phones being used to trigger bombs.
Although this option was considered, it became clear later that the intermittent unavailability of both mobile and landline telephone systems was due only to excessive usage.
For most of the day, central London's public transport system was largely out of service following the complete closure of the Underground, the closure of the Zone 1 bus network , and the evacuation of incident sites such as Russell Square.
River vessels were pressed into service to provide a free alternative to overcrowded trains and buses. Local lifeboats were required to act as safety boats, including the Sheerness lifeboat from the Isle of Sheppey in Kent.
Thousands of people chose to walk home or to the nearest Zone 2 bus or railway station. Most of the Underground, apart from the stations affected by the bombs, resumed service the next morning, though some commuters chose to stay at home.
Affected stretches were also closed for police investigations. Much of the King's Cross railway station was also closed, with the ticket hall and waiting area being used as a makeshift hospital to treat casualties.
Although the station reopened later during the day, only suburban rail services were able to use it, with Great North Eastern Railway trains terminating at Peterborough the service was fully restored on 9 July.
King's Cross St Pancras tube station remained available only to Metropolitan line services to facilitate the ongoing recovery and investigation for a week, though Victoria line services were restored on 15 July and the Northern line on 18 July.
All of the damaged trains were removed in stages. Pancras station , located next to King's Cross, was shut on the afternoon of the attacks, with all Midland Mainline trains terminating at Leicester , causing disruption to services to Sheffield , Nottingham and Derby.
The Piccadilly line service resumed on 4 August after the affected train was cleared on 16 July, and enhanced maintenance work was done. On 4 August, the Circle line was reopened again.
There were limited reactions to the attack in the world economy as measured by financial market and exchange rate activity.
The value of the British pound decreased 0. This was its greatest decrease since the invasion of Iraq , and it triggered the London Stock Exchange 's 'Special Measures', restricting panic selling and aimed at ensuring market stability.
By the time the market closed it had recovered to only US market indexes increased slightly, partly because the dollar index increased sharply against the pound and the euro.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained Every benchmark value gained 0. The market values increased again on 8 July as it became clear that the damage caused by the bombings was not as great as thought initially.
By end of trading the market had recovered fully to above its level at start of trading on 7 July. Pool Re has substantial reserves and newspaper reports indicated that claims would easily be funded.
On 9 July, the Bank of England , HM Treasury and the Financial Services Authority revealed that they had instigated contingency plans immediately after the attacks to ensure that the UK financial markets could keep trading.
This involved the activation of a "secret chatroom" on the British government's Financial Sector Continuity website, which allowed the institutions to communicate with the country's banks and market dealers.
Sky News did not broadcast any advertisements for 24 hours. ITN confirmed later that its coverage on ITV1 was its longest uninterrupted on-air broadcast of its year history.
Television coverage was notable for the use of mobile telephone footage sent in by members of the public and live pictures from traffic CCTV cameras.
At peak times during the day there were 40,page requests per second for the BBC News website. The previous all time maximum for the website followed the announcement of the Michael Jackson verdict , which used 7.
On 12 July it was reported that the British National Party released leaflets showing images of the 'No. The slogan, "Maybe now it's time to start listening to the BNP" was printed beside the photo.
Home Secretary Charles Clarke described it as an attempt by the BNP to "cynically exploit the current tragic events in London to further their spread of hatred".
Some media outside the UK complained that successive British governments had been unduly tolerant towards radical Islamist militants, so long as they were involved in activities outside the UK.
Even before the identity of the bombers became known, former Metropolitan Police commissioner Lord Stevens said he believed they were almost certainly born or based in Britain, and would not "fit the caricature al-Qaeda fanatic from some backward village in Algeria or Afghanistan".
Some newspaper editorials in Iran blamed the bombing on British or American authorities seeking to further justify the War on Terror , and claimed that the plan that included the bombings also involved increasing harassment of Muslims in Europe.