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Stay with FOX News for continuing coverage of the terror attacks in London.

The city of London (search) came under attack Thursday morning. Terrorists took aim at a bus and subways during rush hour, setting off several blasts in different parts of the city in what appears to be well-coordinated attacks.

Casualty numbers are fluid but reports say up to a thousand people could be hurt.

British Prime Minister Tony Blair was at the G-8 (search) summit in Scotland when the bombs went off this morning. Earlier he spoke to the world telling us this was, "not an attack on one nation, but on all nations and on civilized people everywhere."

President Bush offered his condolences to the British people and reminding the world that "the War on Terror goes on." The president also cautioning Americans to be "extra vigilant" as they go to work.

Plus, we'll get an update from Aruba and the search for Natalee Holloway from her mother, Beth Holloway Twitty.

And, Hurricane Dennis is strengthening as it approaches the U.S. mainland. Where will it strike and when will it make landfall? We'll get an update from Accuweather senior meteorologist, Joe Bastardi.

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