In the wake of the recent terror attacks that shook our capital, the UK is displaying resilience, humour and courage. The bombings at four of the capital's busiest stations and one on an iconic London red bus killed an estimated 50 people and injured over 700. For many, the shock will stay with them for the rest of their lives. But for some, it is not the first time they have suffered such atrocities here.For example, on Friday 29th April 1992, the Irish Republican Army (IRA) planted a bomb
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