July 7 2005 London Bombings Fast Facts

Author : aversant2009
Publish Date : 2021-04-01


July 7 2005 London Bombings Fast Facts

Timeline

(all times listed are British Summer Time)July 7, 20058:50 a.m. - Three suicide bombings occur on the London Underground. The locations targeted are:

- A train just outside the Liverpool Street station, killing seven people.



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- A train just outside the Edgware Road station, killing six people.

- A train traveling between King's Cross and Russell Square stations, killing 26 people.

9:47 a.m. - A fourth suicide bomb explodes on a double-decker bus at Tavistock Place, killing 13 people.

12:00 p.m. - British Prime Minister Tony Blair declares in a public statement the 'barbaric' London blasts were likely terrorist attacks.

July 12, 2005 - More than a dozen unexploded bombs are found in a car at Luton station in north London, sources tell CNN.

July 13, 2005 - Three of the four suicide bombers are identified as Shehzad Tanweer (Aldgate), Hasib Hussain (Tavistock Square), and Mohammed Siddique Khan (Edgware Road).

July 14, 2005 - The fourth bomber is identified as Germaine Morris Lindsay, responsible for the King's Cross/Russell Square attack.

July 21, 2005 - Attackers attempt to detonate explosive devices at four locations in London but the bombs don't ignite.

May 11, 2006 - The British government releases two reports about the attacks.

July 7, 2009 - The 7 July Memorial honoring the victims is unveiled in Hyde Park on the fourth anniversary of the bombings.

May 6, 2011 - A British coroner report is released clearing the emergency services of failing to respond quickly enough to the bombings.

April 30, 2012 - Internal al Qaeda documents surface providing details about the planning of the attack by a British citizen, Rashid Rauf, who was killed in a drone strike in Pakistan in 2008.

September 2018 - The Tavistock Square Gardens Memorial honoring victims of the bombings is unveiled.

July 21, 2005 - Attackers attempt to detonate explosive devices at four locations in London but the bombs don't ignite. July 12, 2005 - More than a dozen unexploded bombs are found in a car at Luton station in north London, sources tell CNN. 12:00 p.m. - British Prime Minister Tony Blair declares in a public statement the 'barbaric' London blasts were likely terrorist attacks. - A train traveling between King's Cross and Russell Square stations, killing 26 people. 9:47 a.m. - A fourth suicide bomb explodes on a double-decker bus at Tavistock Place, killing 13 people. 12:00 p.m. - British Prime Minister Tony Blair declares in a public statement the 'barbaric' London blasts were likely terrorist attacks. 12:00 p.m. - British Prime Minister Tony Blair declares in a public statement the 'barbaric' London blasts were likely terrorist attacks. - A train traveling between King's Cross and Russell Square stations, killing 26 people. - A train traveling between King's Cross and Russell Square stations, killing 26 people. - A train traveling between King's Cross and Russell Square stations, killing 26 people. 9:47 a.m. - A fourth suicide bomb explodes on a double-decker bus at Tavistock Place, killing 13 people. - A train just outside the Edgware Road station, killing six people. July 12, 2005 - More than a dozen unexploded bombs are found in a car at Luton station in north London, sources tell CNN. May 6, 2011 - A British coroner report is released clearing the emergency services of failing to respond quickly enough to the bombings. July 21, 2005 - Attackers attempt to detonate explosive devices at four locations in London but the bombs don't ignite. - A train just outside the Edgware Road station, killing six people. July 7, 2009 - The 7 July Memorial honoring the victims is unveiled in Hyde Park on the fourth anniversary of the bombings. July 7, 2009 - The 7 July Memorial honoring the victims is unveiled in Hyde Park on the fourth anniversary of the bombings. May 11, 2006 - The British government releases two reports about the attacks. July 13, 2005 - Three of the four suicide bombers are identified as Shehzad Tanweer (Aldgate), Hasib Hussain (Tavistock Square), and Mohammed Siddique Khan (Edgware Road). - A train traveling between King's Cross and Russell Square stations, killing 26 people. April 30, 2012 - Internal al Qaeda documents surface providing details about the planning of the attack by a British citizen, Rashid Rauf, who was killed in a drone strike in Pakistan in 2008. July 13, 2005 - Three of the four suicide bombers are identified as Shehzad Tanweer (Aldgate), Hasib Hussain (Tavistock Square), and Mohammed Siddique Khan (Edgware Road). 9:47 a.m. - A fourth suicide bomb explodes on a double-decker bus at Tavistock Place, killing 13 people. April 30, 2012 - Internal al Qaeda documents surface providing details about the planning of the attack by a British citizen, Rashid Rauf, who was killed in a drone strike in Pakistan in 2008. July 14, 2005 - The fourth bomber is identified as Germaine Morris Lindsay, responsible for the King's Cross/Russell Square attack. 12:00 p.m. - British Prime Minister Tony Blair declares in a public statement the 'barbaric' London blasts were likely terrorist attacks. September 2018 - The Tavistock Square Gardens Memorial honoring victims of the bombings is unveiled. - A train traveling between King's Cross and Russell Square stations, killing 26 people.

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