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Britain / London Terror / The Day After #795717

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jul 08, 2005
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) President Bush shown visiting the British embassy in Washington, DC, to pay his respects upon his return from the G-8 summit The day after the terror attack in London, England, reviewed; scenes & photos shown, including Queen Elizabeth & Prince Charles visiting hospitals. [MAN - asks if anyone has seen a missing man.] [Royal London Hospital Dr. Simon WITHEY†- describes the victims' injuries.] [Transport Police dept. chief constable Andy TROTTER†- talks about the forensic evidence.] [Bombing survivor Trent MONGAN†- comments.]

(London: Matthew Chance) The investigation into the London bombings featured; scenes shown from London's streets; details given of the examination of the video images, of the complexity of the investigation of the four bombs & of the specter of terrorist leader Abu Mussab al-Zarqawi being linked to the bombings by American sources. [ANALYST - says they are looking for the fingerprints of the actual bomb makers.] The unanswered questions in this early stage of the investigation discussed.

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(London: Charles Hodgson) The question of whether Muslims are the enemy within Britain examined; photos shown of three terrorists linked by having British passports. [Terrorism analyst Peter BERGEN†- talks about Brits linked to terrorism.] [Muslim Council of Great Britain Iqbal SACRANIE†- talks about poverty among young Muslims.] [At an East London mosque, two young MUSLIMS - offer views on the roots of terrorism.] [Asia-Pacific Foundation M.J. GOHEL†- says the perpetrators have disappeared into the fabric of society; wonders if London will see another atrocity.]

Brown, Aaron;
Chance, Matthew;
Hodgson, Charles

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