LONDON – Three blasts rocked the London subway and one tore open a
packed double-decker bus during the morning rush hour Thursday, sending
bloodied victims fleeing in what a shaken Prime Minister Tony Blair
called "barbaric" terrorist attacks. A U.S. law enforcement official
said at least 40 people were killed and London hospitals reported more
than 300 injured The U.S. official spoke on condition of
anonymity because British officials have yet to make public the death
toll. U.S. authorities learned of the number from their British
counterparts, according to the official.[continue reading...]
1)BBC Live News Feed .
2)London Blast time line (bbc article)
3) BBC collection of pictures thus far.