Two-minute silence for London bombings marked across the EU
Thursday, July 14, 2005
In London, all buses and cabs came to halt, and all people in their offices stood outside. Trains were not stopped but the two-minute silence was announced and marked through the underground and overground services. Aeroplanes delayed their takeoff to respect the two-minute silence.
At the bombing sites, wreaths were laid in respect, with hundreds gathering at the sites to mark the silence.
At Tony Blair marked the silence in the garden of , and Mayor of London paid his respects at ., stood on the forecourt in silence, accompanied by . Prime Minister
Attaking place at , golfers also paid their respects. Yesterday, fell in silence during the vs football match.
In Jacques Chirac stood in silence at the before taking part in the parade. The marked the silence along with offices across the EU., , President
A vigil will be held in Trafalgar Square, London at 18:00 (6 p.m.) BST (+1 UTC).
- Gideon Long. "Europe falls silent for London bomb victims" — , July 14, 2005
- "London bombing victims remembered" — , July 14, 2005
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