In addition to the coverage of the London bombings by the mainstream press, it was possible to view snapshots from ordinary citizens who uploaded their photos to sites such as Flickr and moblog.co.uk. Here, a moblogger takes a picture of commuters trapped in a London train.
A moblogger sends a message following the July 7 bombings in London.
Charing Cross, 10:30 a.m. Word is spreading and confusion is growing. The underground is shut, people are finding mobile phones useless, and trains are being canceled.
A sign in New York's Times Square displays a message of solidarity: NASDAQ's thoughts and prayers are with the victims of today's London attacks.
Televisions around the world were tuned to images of the London blasts on Thursday.
Police lines near London's Russell Square. One of the blasts happened on the Piccadilly Underground line heading north from Russell Square to King's Cross.
Passengers on the London Underground evacuate the tunnels after the bombing.
The smoke from the bombings hangs heavy on the streets as emergency personnel assist bombing victims.
Debris litters the street outside one of the bombing sites.
Emergency personnel inspect the wreckage of the double-decker bus that was destroyed by a bomb.