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7 July 2005 London bombings: The 7 July 2005 London bombings, often referred to as 7/7, were a series of coordinated Islamist suicide attacks in London, England, that targeted commuters travelling on the city's public transport system during the morning rush hour. Four terrorists separately detonated three homemade bombs in quick succession aboard London Underground trains across the city and, later, a fourth on a double-decker bus in Tavistock Square.
Bombings of Heilbronn in World War II: During World War II, the German city of Heilbronn was bombed numerous times by the British Royal Air Force and the United States Army Air Forces. The largest air-raid occurred on December 4, 1944, but Heilbronn was targeted several times before and after until the end of World War II. Altogether, an estimated 7,000 inhabitants of the city lost their lives during bombings.
Bombings of Malmö and Lund: The bombings of Malmö and Lund were two violations of Sweden's neutrality during World War II in which bombs were dropped from British aircraft on Swedish soil.
Bombings of Paddington and Victoria stations: On 18 February 1991 two Provisional Irish Republican Army bombs exploded at London mainline stations, one at Victoria station and the other at Paddington station, killing one person and injuring 38 other people all at Victoria station. It was the IRA's second major attack in London in February 1991 after the Downing Street mortar attack eleven days earlier which was an attempt to assassinate the British War cabinet and the British prime minister John Major.
Bombings of King's Cross and Euston stations: The King's Cross station and Euston station bombings were two bombing attacks on 10 September 1973 by the Provisional Irish Republican Army that targeted two mainline railway stations in central London. The blasts wounded 13 civilians, some of whom were seriously injured, and also caused large-scale but superficial damage.