United in silent grief
A POWERFUL silence fell in Europe today one week after suicide bombers killed 52 people in London.In a strong show of solidarity and strength people across the continent stopped to remember the dead, the injured and the missing.
A POWERFUL silence fell in Europe today one week after suicide bombers killed 52 people in London.
In a strong show of solidarity and strength people across the continent stopped to remember the dead, the injured and the missing.
In Suffolk, friends and family remembered missing Ipswich men Richard Ellery and Richard Gray.
While community and faith leaders showed a united front in the face the devastating terrorist attack.
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