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Three of the blasts happened on London Underground, on or around 8. The fourth device exploded at 9. The building became a base for the walking wounded to assemble in. BTP officers and staff from across the organisation worked tirelessly on the day of the bombings and in the days, weeks and months that followed to deal with the tragic consequences of these acts and to help ensure safety on the rail way. Many colleagues were honoured for their extraordinary efforts during what was described as one of the biggest challenges faced by the police service in post-war Britain. They showed exceptional courage and professionalism during this critical time.
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This was not just a Japanese tragedy; it was a tragedy for every human being who lives on the Earth today. In the documentary, Azuma interviews seven survivors: a Japanese woman, three Koreans and three former Dutch captives. Azuma said she was inspired to make the film by a photo she saw of the Japanese woman, Chieko Ryu, at an exhibition devoted to the victims of the nuclear bombings. In one photo, a young woman, looking dazed in the midst of charred ruins, stands next to a human skull. With help from the exhibition organizer, the Japan Confederation of A- and H-Bomb Sufferers Organizations, Azuma managed to track down the woman, who was still living in Nagasaki.
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Embassy in Nairobi, Kenya, on August 7, On Tuesday, two men were found guilty of her murder -- and those of other people killed in Kenya and a simultaneous blast at the U. Embassy in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Hardy's daughter, Brandi Plants of Bealeton, Virginia, told CNN that she was pleased with the verdicts, but the convictions of four men do not fill the void caused by her mother's loss, nor do they ease her mind about the safety of other Americans abroad. Do they bring any sense of closure to your life?
A suicide bombing took place on 26 June at a Shia mosque in Kuwait. The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant claimed responsibility for the attack. Twenty-nine suspects were taken to court and after approximately ten sessions, most of them public, 15 were found guilty, with 7 to receive capital punishment 5 in absentia. Those include Adel Eidan, who drove the bomber to the mosque and admitted his intention to bomb the mosque and claimed that he wanted the mosque itself to be bombed, but "not the people", and Mohammed and Majid az-Zahrani in absentia , who delivered the explosives to the terrorists in Kuwait and were arrested by Saudi authorities.