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In pictures: US solidarity

Robert Santurri, of Madison, Wisconsin, waves the union jack as traffic passes

US citizens have been quick to show their support for people in the UK in the wake of London's bomb attacks.

Picture sent by Liz Galmish, of Denver, Colorado

Many have e-mailed pictures and messages to the BBC to say their thoughts are with the British.

A cyclist passes the Nasdaq Marketsite in Times Square displaying a message of solidarity for London

The business community showed its backing for London with a message on the Nasdaq board in New York's Times Square.

Police officers raise a union jack in front of the State Department in Washington DC, in remembrance of those killed in the London bombings.

The union jack was raised outside the US State Department and then lowered to half mast as a mark of respect.

US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice signs a book of condolence

US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice signed a book of condolence at the British Embassy in Washington DC.

Condoleezza Rice's message in the book of condolence for victims of the London bombings

London's experience has struck a chord with a people still coming to terms with the 11 September 2001 attacks.

Union jack, poster and flowers outside the British Embassy in Washington DC

President George W Bush, in Scotland for the G8 summit, said the US would do all it could to bring the bombers to justice.



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