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An “improvised explosive device” has been detonated on a busy rush hour Tube train in London this morning. Police say they’re treating the blast at Parsons Green station as terrorism. 22 people are being treated in hospital, mostly for burns.

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#breakingnews An “improvised explosive device” has been detonated on a busy rush hour Tube train in London this morning. Police say they’re treating the blast at Parsons Green station as terrorism. 22 people are being treated in hospital, mostly for burns. Via @bbcnews

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Training “Tank”

U.S. Special Forces dog handler, attached to Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force-Afghanistan, conducts training with his multi-use military working dog, Tank, in the Kabul province, Afghanistan, Nov. 29, 2013. Tank has been trained to detect the scent of improvised explosive devices (IED’s) and has been successful in finding them while conducting operations with the 6th Special Operations Kandak (SOK). (U.S.Army photo by Spc. Connor Mendez/Released)

Marines with Combat Logistics Company 36 drag a mock casualty of an Improvised Explosive Device during Exercise Dragon Fire 2014 at Combined Arms Training Center Camp Fuji, Japan, July 19. While just a training event, Sgt. Paul Faucheux, an explosive ordnance disposal technician with Marine Corps Installations Pacific, said it provided junior Marines an introduction to IED strikes, allowed noncommissioned officers to teach, and challenged their combat leadership in countering IED strikes.

(Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Antonio Rubio/Released)