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Wed 22 May 13 @ 20:21'St Mary Magdalene Church, Greenlaw Street open this evening for those who want to pray and reflect on this tragic incident.' #Woolwich
Wed 22 May 13 @ 20:19Bishop of Woolwich comments on this afternoon's suspected terror attack: http://t.co/R9HP3xKvOo