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Sunday, 4 August, 2002, 12:51 GMT 13:51 UK
In pictures: Israel bus bombing
A bomb on a bus in northern Israel killed 10 people and injured more than 40 others.

Three more people died in a separate shooting incident in east Jerusalem later on Sunday.

Wreck of bus
The roof and sides of the vehicle were torn apart by the force of the blast
Workers near site of bus bombing
Workers gathered to examine the charred remains of the bus
Injured woman on helicopter
A helicopter rushed the injured to Rambam Hospital in Haifa
Bus wreck and workers
The militant group Hamas has claimed responsibility for the attack.
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon speaking at a cabinet meeting
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon (right) responded by vowing to 'continue to act against terrorism'
injured Palestinian man on stretcher
Three more people were killed when a Palestinian man opened fire on an Israeli lorry in Jerusalem
Family of Palestinian man wanted by Israeli authorities walk across rubble of their home
The attacks came after Israeli forces demolished homes of suspected Palestinian militants in Nablus

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