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Public Address 08/07/05 - Bloody Murder

PUBLIC ADDRESS 08/07/05 - Bloody Murder

Bloody Murder | Jul 08, 2005 09:32
Russell Brown's Hard News

I lived in London in years when several terrorist bombings were carried out by the IRA. It was easy enough to be stoic; the odds weren't so bad. The King's Cross station fire in 1987 was actually worse...
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Do not be afraid | Jul 08, 2005 08:23
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

Yes, I have many friends and family living in London, and I too am worried about them. To my infinite relief the emails home have already begun to flood in. But I also fear for what it must be like to be Muslim in Britain today...
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