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Four Explosions in London; Three Tube Stations Closed

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Authorities in London are investigating three incidents on the London Underground and one explosion on a bus. Police say one person has been injured but they emphasized that the incidents were not on the scale of four explosions two weeks ago today that killed more than 50 people.

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