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On Thursday August 10 2006, British police foiled a plot to blow up several passenger planes over the Atlantic. News networks covered the story in-depth.
<div class="story-head"> 1400 (Thursday August 10) BBC News 24</div>
Louise Minchin and Tony Campion presented rolling coverage throughout the afternoon.
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<div class="story-head"> 1600 (Thursday August 10) Sky News</div>
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<div class="story-head"> 1700 (Thursday August 10) BBC News 24</div>
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<div class="story-head"> 1800 (Thursday August 10) BBC Six O'clock News</div>
Huw Edwards is at Heathrow for the Six O’clock News to round up the days events from the scene. Natasha Kaplinsky presented a short summary of the days other news.
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