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  • July 21, 2005  

    Four small explosions or attempted explosions temporarily shut down several London subway stations just after noon local time Thursday, on the two-week anniversary of four deadly blasts that killed 56 people. Following a background report, experts discuss whether the attacks are part of a larger pattern. Continue reading

  • July 21, 2005  

    British Prime Minister Tony Blair and Australian Prime Minister John Howard spoke at a press conference Thursday, addressing the second bombing attack in downtown London in the past two weeks. Continue reading

  • July 20, 2005  

    The House is set to vote on the Central American Free Trade Agreement. Some U.S. dairy farmers believe CAFTA will help business, while some sugar farmers disagree. Continue reading

  • July 19, 2005  

    The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals heard arguments Tuesday in the case of Jose Padilla, an alleged al-Qaida operative who is accused of being involved in a 2002 dirty bomb plot. Continue reading

  • July 19, 2005  

    President Bush is urging lawmakers to renew 16 surveillance provisions of the Patriot Act set to expire at the end of the year, while critics continue to charge the provisions violate civil liberties. Following a background report, two legal analysts discuss the debate that has begun in Congress. Continue reading

  • July 18, 2005   BY Admin 

    Eric Rudolph was sentenced to life in prison without parole on Monday for the bombing of an Alabama abortion clinic in 1998. Continue reading

  • July 18, 2005  

    A Pakistani official announced Monday that three of the four suspected suicide bombers may have visited Islamic schools in Karachi last year, as investigators continue to search for clues into the attacks in the British town of Leeds where the bombers lived. Continue reading

  • July 15, 2005  

    A U.S.-trained Egyptian chemist was arrested in Cairo in connection with the July 7 bombings in London after being reportedly connected to at least one of the four suicide attackers. The dentention further highlighted the global reach of suspected terrorist groups and the challenge law enforcement has in pursuing suspects. Continue reading

  • July 14, 2005   BY Admin 

    British police on Thursday named two of the four suspects in the bombings of London’s subway trains and bus a week ago. Continue reading

  • July 14, 2005  

    British police on Thursday raised the death toll from the London bombings to 53 and released the names of two of the suspected suicide bombers. Two Independent Television News reports by Simon Israel from London about the investigation and Adrian Britton from the city of Leeds, home to one of the alleged bombers. Continue reading