Who was responsible for the London subway bombings?
The bombings were carried out by four suicide bombers who were later identified as British nationals. The attackers were associated with extremist Islamic terrorist groups.
What was the impact of the London subway and bus bombings?
There were 52 people killed, including the four suicide bombers, and more than 700 people injured. The attacks caused widespread panic and disruption to the transportation system in London, though many remarked on the relative calm of the British residents.
How did the London subway bombings affect security measures and public sentiment?
The bombings had a significant impact on security measures and public sentiment in the UK and globally. There was an increased focus on counterterrorism efforts, the strengthening of security protocols, and heightened public awareness of potential threats.
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