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Toronto subways closed for bomb threat

Several Toronto subway stations were reopened Thursday after being shut down for almost an hour following a bomb threat. Police officers halted trains running through 18 stations surrounding the city’s core and scoured several locations in search of explosives after receiving the threat. Shuttle buses were used to carry passengers along the affected subway routes following the busy morning rush hour. The threat comes on a Thursday, exactly one week after the second series of bombings in London’s underground train network. Full Story

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