7 July 2005 London bombings
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The 7 July 2005 London bombings, often referred to as 7/7, were a series of four coordinated suicide attacks carried out by Islamic terrorists in London that targeted commuters travelling on the city's public transport system during the morning rush hour. Three terrorists separately detonated three homemade bombs in quick succession aboard London Underground trains across the city and, later, a fourth terrorist detonated another bomb on a double-decker bus in Tavistock Square. The train bombings occurred on the Circle line near Aldgate and at Edgware Road, and on the Piccadilly line near Russell Square. Apart from the bombers, 52 UK residents of 18 different nationalities were killed and more than 700 were injured in the attacks, making it the UK's deadliest terrorist incident since the 1988 bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 near Lockerbie, as well as the country's first Islamist suicide attack. The explosions were caused by improvised explosive devices made from triacetone triperoxide, packed into backpacks. The bombings were followed two weeks later by a series of attempted attacks that failed to cause injury or damage.

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Commemorated on 3 plaques

In memory of those who were killed in the bomb attack on a route 30 bus near this spot on 7th July 2005. Anthony Fatayi-Williams, Miriam Hyman, Anat Rosenberg, Jamie Gordon, Shahara Akhter Islam, Philip Stuart Russell, Giles Vernon Hart, Neetu Jain, William Wise, Marie Joanne Hartley, Sam Ly, Gladys Wundowa, Shayanuja Parathasangary. London will not forget them and all those who suffered that day.

Tavistock Square, London, United Kingdom where it was and sited (2005)

In memory of those who were killed in the bomb attack on a Circle line train near this station on 7th July 2005 Michael Stanley Brewster, Jonathan Downey, David Foulkes, Colin Morley, Jennifer Vanda Ann Nicholson, Laura Susan Webb. London will not forget them and all those who suffered that day

Edgware Road (Circle/ District/ H&C) Underground Station, London, United Kingdom where it was and sited (2005)

In memory of those who were killed in the bomb attack on a Piccadilly line train between King's Cross St Pancras and Russell Square stations on 7th July 2005. James Adams, Philip Beer, Anna Brandt, Ciaran Cassidy, Rachelle Chung For Yuen, Liz Daplyn, Arthur Frederick, Karolina Gluck, Gamze G√ľnoral, Ojara Ikeagwu, Emily Jenkins, Sam Badham, Helen Katherine Jones, Susan Levy, Shelley Mather, Michael Matsushita, James Mayes, Behnaz (Nazy) Mozakka, Lee Christopher Harris, Mihaela Otto, Atiq Sharifi, Ihab Slimane, Christian Njoya Diawara Small, Monika Suchocka, Mala Trivedi. London will not forget them and all those who suffered that day

Bernard Street, Russell Square Station, London, United Kingdom where it sited