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People in Britain will have two-minutes-long silence Tuesday
People in Britain will have two-minutes-long silence Tuesday to remember the victims of last Thursday’s bombings of public transport in London that claimed the no less than 50 human lives. For two minutes, the drivers of buses will stop the engines and passengers in the Underground will be informed about the start of the remembrance action via public address systems. A solemn meeting will be held in Trafalgar Square. Members of the cabinet are expected to attend it. Prime Minister Tony Blair’s aide said Monday he hoped people in all countries of Europe would have silence minutes in a display of solidarity with victims and their families. In the meantime, the commissioner of London Metropolitan Police, Ian Blair, said while visiting the Underground near Russel Square station the number of those who died in the bombings would eventually exceed 52 people. Blair voiced the hope that the masterminds of those terrorist acts would be found and he urged the Londoners to exercise caution and vigilance
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