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UK police say more innocents could die in bomb hunt

British police say more members of the public could be shot in error as they escalate their battle against terrorism and hunt for four men who tried to set off explosions on London’s transport system last week. The warning comes after police, who are engaged in one of the biggest manhunts in British history, mistakenly shot dead a Brazilian man on Friday, thinking he was a suicide bomber. Britain’s most senior policeman, Ian Blair, defended the shoot-to-kill policy for dealing with suspected suicide bombers and said police were in a race against time to find those behind last Thursday’s attempted bombings of three underground trains and a bus, the second attack on the capital in two weeks. Full Story

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