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A memorial service is being held in London later by families and survivors of the 7th July bombings.
One of the victims of the attacks was 32 year old James Adams, from Peterborough who worked as a mortgage broker.
52 people died and over 700 people were injured when Islamic extremists blew up three Tube trains and a bus in 2005.
There's no official event to mark the anniversary but wreaths will be laid at the memorial in Hyde Park on behalf of the Prime Minister and Mayor of London.