1984 Heathrow Airport bombing
|1984 Heathrow Airport bombing|
Heathrow Terminal 2
|Location||Heathrow Airport, England, United Kingdom|
|Date||20 April 1984
7:55 pm (GMT)
On 20 April 1984, a bomb exploded in the baggage area of Terminal 2 at Heathrow Airport. The bomb exploded at 7:55 pm, as 60 people were inside the baggage area. The blast injured 22, one seriously. The Angry Brigade, an anarchist group, claimed responsibility for the bombing. British officials dismissed the claim, and instead pointed their fingers at "Libyan-related Arab groups".
- Jon Nordheimer (21 April 1984). "23 Are Wounded by London Bomb". New York Times.
- http://www.cnn.com/2016/09/16/world/unsolved-bombings Unsolved Bombings
- País, Ediciones El (1984-04-22). "La policía británica cree que el atentado del viernes en el aeropuerto de Heathrow es obra de un grupo terrorista árabe". EL PAÍS (in Spanish). Retrieved 2017-08-04.
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