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Amnesty Int. condemns bomb attacks in London


United Kingdom: Amnesty International condemns bomb attacks in London

Amnesty International condemns in the strongest possible terms the multiple bombings that have claimed an unconfirmed number of lives and seriously injured many more people in London today. Explosions have been reported at six Underground stations and on one bus. http://amnesty-news.c.topica.com/maadIF3abiswYbb0hPub/

United Kingdom: Amnesty InteSupporters worldwide gather for Peter Benenson memorialrnational condemns bomb attacks in London

Former prisoners of conscience and supporters of human rights from around the world gathered to celebrate the life of Peter Benenson, founder of Amnesty International, in the church where he first conceived his vision for the organization. They joined family and friends in a memorial service at St Martin-in-the-Fields in London on 7 July. http://amnesty-news.c.topica.com/maadIF3abiswZbb0hPub/

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