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In pictures: G8 summit day two
Police officer at the eco-camp near Stirling
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Thursday started with police officers surrounding protesters at the eco-camp set up near Stirling.
Police officers at the eco-camp near Stirling
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Officers looking for weapons searched activists at the camp.
Prime Minister Tony Blair at Gleneagles
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Events at the G8 Gleneagles summit were overtaken as news of devastating bomb blasts in London filtered through.
Prime Minister Tony Blair with world leaders
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Prime Minister Tony Blair was flanked by world leaders as he made a statement on the bombs.
Members of the press watch Mr Blair
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Mr Blair talked of his "determination to defend our values and our way of life".
US President George Bush
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US President George Bush said the war on terrorism "goes on".
Chinook helicopter
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Passing summit responsibilities to Foreign Secretary Jack Straw, the prime minister returned temporarily London to assess the situation.
Bus in Edinburgh
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Meanwhile, a suspect package on board a bus in Edinburgh was destroyed in a controlled explosion.
Flags
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When the prime minister returned to Gleneagles flags were flying at half mast as a mark of respect to the victims of the bomb blasts.




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