Seven Stories for a Tragic Anniversary

On the morning of July 7th, 2005, explosions in three trains and one bus in London wounded hundreds and killed 52, including the terrorists responsible. In "Seven Stories 7/7: Three Years On," Emily Dugan at the Independent lets seven survivors share stories and reflections on both the tragic day and the three intervening years. The diverse first-person accounts — which include witnesses, injured, and even a grieving uncle of one of the bombers — are tied together by pathos and loss, but also by steps forward; into stages of grief, counseling and artistic expression, in a fine example of reporting on a tragic anniversary.