Deaths confirmed in London blasts.
EVIDENCE of explosives has been found at at least one of the London stations hit by a suspected terrorist attack this morning.Metropolitan police chief Sir Ian Blair said today: "We are concerned that this is a co-ordinated attack.
EVIDENCE of explosives has been found at at least one of the London stations hit by a suspected terrorist attack this morning.
Metropolitan police chief Sir Ian Blair said today: "We are concerned that this is a co-ordinated attack.''
Two people have been confirmed dead at Aldgate tube station.
At least six explosions in tube stations and one on a bus have rocked central London this morning.
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