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Last Updated: Friday, 8 July, 2005, 12:27 GMT 13:27 UK
In pictures: US solidarity
Robert Santurri, of Madison, Wisconsin, waves the union jack as traffic passes
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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
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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
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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.
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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
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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
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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
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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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