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In pictures: 7/7 bombing CCTV clips

Tube train at Liverpool Street station

CCTV footage of the London bombings has been shown to jurors at the trial of three men who deny helping with target reconnaissance. One piece shows a train leaving Liverpool Street station in July 2005.

Tube leaving Liverpool Street underground station

Moments later smoke engulfs the platform and commuters run away. Police officers could be seen running in the direction of the train on which seven people died.

CCTV footage still from the British Medical Association

In a second clip, the number 30 bus passes the British Medical Association's reception on Tavistock Square.

CCTV footage still from the British Medical Association

Seconds later, people in the building can be seen to duck as Hasib Hussain detonates a bomb on the double-decker bus just outside.

Mohammed Siddique Khan, Shezhad Tanweer and Jermaine Lindsay at Kings Cross station

Further CCTV images show Mohammed Siddique Khan, Shezhad Tanweer and Jermaine Lindsay travelling around the capital nine days before the attacks, scouting for targets.

Mohammed Siddique Khan, Shezhad Tanweer and Jermaine Lindsay

These three suicide bombers and Hasib Hussain killed 52 people in total and injured nearly 800 in the bomb blasts on 7 July 2005



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