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loulou picasso (1059 articles)

loulou picasso , 14 juillet 2005


Suicide bombers


Police were hunting for a mastermind behind suicide bombings in London as the country reeled from news that the four suspected attackers, Muslims of Pakistani origin, had been born and brought up in Britain.
Security experts on Wednesday said the four, the first suicide bombers to strike western Europe, would have received training and direction from a more senior militant for their attacks, which killed at least 52 people.
That raised the prospect that a master bomb-maker was still at large and prompted questions about whether future suicide bombers had already been armed and instructed.
"Clearly there will be people behind this group and involved in this and clearly we are seeking those people," a police spokesman said. "The assumption has got to be they weren't acting alone."

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loulou picasso , 14 juillet 2005


LaGuerre

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"We Are Not Afraid."

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loulou picasso , 13 juillet 2005


A Web site created the same day as last week's multiple bomb blasts in London to act as a focal point for passive defiance has turned into a global shrine that has already attracted 11 million hits in just five days.
The site, brainchild of Web designer Alfie Dennen, 29, has been flooded with images from all over the world, bearing the site's slogan : "We Are Not Afraid."
"At first the idea was just to try to put the sentiment out there that we wouldn't be cowed -- a defiant but not aggressive statement," said Dennen.
"But it has become a platform for support for people quite literally from every corner of the globe," he told Reuters.
At least 52 people were killed and 700 wounded -- many critically -- when bombs ripped through three underground trains and tore the roof off a double-decker bus at the height of the London rush hour on Thursday morning.
The list of those still missing reads like a United Nations of world travelers and the messages flooding into www.werenotafraid.com at the rate of 20 a minute are from people in at least 15 different countries.
"We had an amazing one from China this morning," Dennen said. "But they are from places like Italy, Brazil, Poland, Japan, South Africa, Nigeria -- all over basically."
One particularly poignant image posted by Sage E. is a sepia-toned picture of the face of a bespectacled young girl with the caption : "yesterday i lost my friend in london. today i am not afraid."
Among more than 1,000 other images already posted are others lampooning al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden or showing London landmarks or just personal portraits.
Dennen said the six people running the site round the clock had decided to vet the commentary posted next to the images after it had begun to attract extreme right-wing messages. "It became hate filled war-mongering. We simply won't have offensive content of that nature on the site. It is an editorial decision. But the overwhelming tone is one of great support and positivity," he said.
"From here I think it will continue in its current vein for a while and then, because of its iconic status, it will be a good place to do good," he added.

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loulou picasso , 12 juillet 2005


"The biggest
crime scene
in English history"


Prime Minister Tony Blair condemned last week's bomb attacks in London as a "murderous carnage of the innocent" on Monday and vowed Britain would hunt down the suspected Islamist militants responsible.

Blair said the search for the attackers who killed at least 52 people on three underground trains and a double-decker bus was one of the most intense and vigorous the country had known.

The country's most senior police officer described the debris from the bombs as "the biggest crime scene in English history" and the attacks as "a pitiless example of man's inhumanity to man."

"We're recovering body parts. We are not recovering whole bodies," said Metropolitan Police Commissioner Ian Blair, warning that the death toll would rise.

Authorities made the first two formal identifications of victims -- a mother of two and a university cleaner. But dozens of families were still anxiously waiting for news.

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loulou picasso , 11 juillet 2005


From the balcony


Britain's Prince Charles, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Harry, from left, watch from the balcony of Buckingham Palace, London, Sunday July 10, 2005 as a Lancaster bomber from the RAF Battle of Britain Memorial Flight drops one million poppies over The Mall as part of a day of events marking the end of the Second World War.


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loulou picasso , 11 juillet 2005


Heavily fortified


French Ambassador to Iraq Bernard Bajolet speaks to the media inside the heavily fortified Green Zone in Baghdad, Iraq Sunday July 10, 2005 after meeting with Iraqi President Jalal Talabani.

Iraqi soldiers collect ammunition, explosive materials, and other weapons outside a house the U.S. and Iraqi military raided as an alleged bomb making facility in Baghdad, Iraq Sunday, July 10, 2005.




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