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banner Wednesday, 23 February, 2000, 15:33 GMT
Special report: The nail bomb terror

In 1999 nail bombs exploded in London's Brixton, Brick Lane and Soho. A 22-year-old man was charged in connection with the attacks. BBC News Online looked at the key moments in the bombing campaign.

  • Timetable of terror

    Archive reports
    SOHO - 30 April

  • Soho struggles to look ahead
    The Soho community struggles to put a weekend of tragedy behind it, and to look to the future for this most vibrant of areas.

  • Vigil for Soho blast victims
  • London bomb suspect remanded
  • Prince meets Soho survivors
  • Three friends die in blast
  • Blair appeals for tolerance
  • Soho - Haven for the unconventional
  • Soho pub bomb in pictures

    BRICK LANE - 24 April

  • 'Racist' bomb attacks linked
    The second bomb goes off in Brick Lane and is linked with the Brixton bombing.

  • Straw praises locals after bomb
  • Blair leads bomb condemnation
  • Community 'was braced for bomb'
  • Historic home of immigrants

    BRIXTON - 17 April

  • Dozens hurt in London blast
    The first bomb shocks London - leaving 45 people injured.

  • 'A shower of sparks and flame'
  • Life goes on at bombed market

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