Memories Of London’s 2005 Terrorist Attack Live On As If It Were Yesterday

Memories Of London’s 2005 Terrorist Attack Live On As If It Were Yesterday

By Ari Shapiro

On July 7, 2005, terrorists hit public transportation networks across London in a series of suicide bombings. Ten years later, we hear the personal stories of two people remembering that day.

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