Just over a half-hour ago London suffered another series of bomb attacks on subway stations.
London Police Chief Ian Blair origonally reported four explosions or attempted explosions. Later reports used the word "bang(s)."
The latest developments at the Command Post blog seem (to me) to indicate that some detonators went off, but no known major explosions as yet.
UPDATE: BBC has more info: "The BBC's Andrew Winstanley said devices had been found but appeared to have been dummies, containing no explosives."
MORE: Instapundit is on it, and apparently the London media is as self-destructive as the D.C. crew: "Some idiot correspondent asked Blair if the attacks were his fault because of the Iraq war. And others are taking an equally negative line -- one asks if the propaganda war against terror is being lost."
I like Reynolds' response:
You're idiots, cowards, and political hacks. Yes! The preening, point-scoring irresponsibility of the press, which is if anything worse in Britain than in America, is one of the most striking things about this war, and it will be decades before it recovers. If it does.
The kind of question I'd like to see from the media? How about: "Mr. Prime Minister, how long do you expect before we hunt these rat bastards to their graves?"