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Composite of handout photographs of some of the victims of the London terrorist attacks on 7 July 2005. Top row from left, victims of the Russell Square bomb: Helen Jones, 28; Ciaran Cassidy, 22; Gamze Gunoral, 24; Christian Small; Karolina Gluck. Second row from left, victims of the Russell Square bomb: Couple Lee Harris, 30, and Samatha Badham, 36; Atique Sharifi, 24; Elizabeth Daplyn, 20; Adrian Johnson, 37; Monika Suchocka, 23. Third row from left, victims of the Russell Square bomb: Susan Levy, 53; James Mayes, 28; James Adams; Rachelle Yuen; Ihab Slimane,19. Fourth row from left, victims of the Tavistock Square bomb: Shyanuja Parathasangary; Giles Hart; Anthony Fatayi-Williams; Marie Hartley; Miriam Hyman. Fifth row from left: victims of the  Tavistock Square bomb Jamie Gordon and Neetu Jain; victims of the Aldgate bomb Richard Gray, Benedetta Ciaccia and Richard Ellery. Bottom row from left: Aldgate bomb victim Fiona Stevenson; Edgware Road bomb victims David Foulkes, Jonathan Downey, Laura Webb and Jennifer Nicholson.

7/7 Terror Attacks: The Iconic Images

Some of the most dramatic images that came to define the London terror bombings on 7 July 2005 were recorded outside Edgware Road Tube Station  in west London in the aftermath of the terrorist attack which claimed a total of 52 victims. The image of a man comforting a female passenger wearing a white protective face mask and another of a bloodied but defiant man in a suit with a bandaged head wound, clutching a plastic bottle and cup defined the atrocities which plunged London into chaos and fear.

The cover of the report by the cross-party Intelligence and Security Committee which say that if more resources had been in place sooner the chances of preventing the July 7 attacks on London could have increased.

7/7: London Terror Attacks 10 Years On

Some of the most iconic images that came to define the London terror bombings on 7 July 2005 were recorded outside Edgware Road Tube Station  in west London in the aftermath of the terrorist attack which claimed a total of 52 victims. The image of a man comforting a female passenger wearing a white protective face mask and another of a bloodied but defiant man in a suit with a bandaged head wound, clutching a plastic bottle and cup defined the atrocities which plunged London into chaos and fear. The walking wounded were treated at the London Metropole Hotel on the busy Edgware Road after Mohammad Sidique Khan, ring-leader of the terror plot detonated a bomb on the westbound Circle Line train heading towards Paddington. The bomb went off around 0850hrs in the second carriage near a set of double doors claiming six lives. CCTV images later showed the terrorists, the trio of Khan, 30, Shehzad Tanweer, 22  and Hasib Hussain, 18 and the youngest bomber before meeting up with their fourth accomplice 19 year-old Germaine Lindsay, …