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Wednesday, 31 July, 2002, 17:47 GMT 18:47 UK
In pictures: Jerusalem campus bombing
At least seven people were killed and 70 injured in a bomb blast in Jerusalem's Hebrew University on Wednesday.

Police and volunteers examine the body of one of the dead victims (AP)
Many of the wounded are in critical condition, and there are fears the death toll will rise

Two ultra-orthodox Jews look on as a bomb victim is taken away
Hamas claimed to be behind the blast, which it said was in retaliation for an Israeli air raid earlier this month

An injured woman waits for assistance. Meanwhile, an Israeli rescue worker gestures over a line of bodies.
It was a busy time of year, with Israeli, Arab and foreign students all on campus

A medic comforts a crying woman near the scene of the blast
Witnesses described scenes of horror in the moments after the bombing, with people wailing, covered in blood

Police scour the inside of the cafeteria where the bombing took place
It is not yet known if it was a suicide attack or if the bomb was left in the cafeteria


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