Police Shooting on London Subway Stirs Debate

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A London street cleaner displays a newspaper advertisement out of his lorry cab.

A London street cleaner displays a newspaper advertisement out of his lorry cabin in reaction to the London bombings. Reuters hide caption

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A fatal police shooting in the wake of transit bombings in London raises a question: Are police employing a "shoot to kill" policy? There's no official confirmation, but experts see ties to past approach with IRA.

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