One of the London subway stations targeted in the July Seventh attacks reopened today.
Several bouquets of flowers lay at the entrance to the Edgware Road station in a tribute to the seven people killed there in the attack. But there are clearly fewer passengers -- a sign of nervousness despite a huge police operation to catch the attackers.
British police are hunting for three suspected bombers and keeping up their interrogation of the one suspected bomber they caught. Detectives hope they can head off other attacks if the Somali helps them trace his three alleged accomplices and reveals other militants in Britain.
And the funeral is today in Brazil for Jean Charles de Menezes (zheh-AHN SHAR'-lehs deh meh-NEH'-zehs), who was shot dead by officers who believed he was a suicide bomber.