Tout comme il a deux semaines, les explosions auraient touché 3 stations et un autobus, aux 4 points cardinaux de Londres. Selon Sky News, deux témoins ont vu un jeune homme porter un "rucksac" qui aurait par la suite explosé.
Aux dernières nouvelles, un homme a été arrêté en face du 10 Downing Street, la résidence officielle du Premier Ministre. Tony Blair et le chef de Scotland Yard, Sir Ian Blair, ont demandé à la population de continuer à vaquer à leurs occupations habituelles. Trois lignes de métro demeurent fermées.
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Weak explosions has been reported in three underground stations a a bus in London this afternoon. For now, rumours are talking about "nail bombs", containing only detonators. Authorities are reporting minor incident with no injuries (only one for now, accordin to the BBC). Nevertheless, the Cabinet Office has been sent to the COBRA, a bunker under Whitehall. A policeman un anti-chemicals suit has just entered one of the concerned stations. Scotland Yard has confirmed no biological or chemical agent has been found. In addition, a hospital supposedly welcoming one of the bomb carrier has been isolated and journalists has been pulled out a security zone.
Just like 2 weeks ago, explosions has been dispersed at London's 4 cardinal points, in 3 stations and one bus. According to Sky News, two witnesses have declared they have seen a young man with a rucksac which has exploded later.
Breaking News anounce that a man has been arrested in front of the 10 Downing Street, the official residence of the Prime Minister. Tony Blair and the Chief of Scotland Yard, Sir Ian Blair, asked Londoners to carry out their normal activities. Three underground lines are still closed.
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