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Last Updated: Thursday, 14 July, 2005, 15:45 GMT 16:45 UK
In pictures: London tributes
Thousands gather at King's Cross station for a two-minute silence in memory of the London bomb victims
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Thousands of people in the UK and across the world observed a silence to remember the victims of the London bombings.
Office workers observe the silence in Fleet Street, central London
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For two minutes from 1200 BST, stations fell silent, buses halted and office workers bowed their heads in the street.
People observe the two-minute silence in Tavistock Square, scene of the bus bomb
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Some marked the vigil in Tavistock Square, where a wreath was laid in memory of those who died on the No 30 bus.
Queen Elizabeth II observes the silence in front of Buckingham Palace
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The Queen observed the ceremony - held a week to the day after the bomb attacks - at Buckingham Palace.
Prime Minister Tony Blair with police officers at Downing Street
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Prime Minister Tony Blair, flanked by police officers, joined the silence in the garden of 10 Downing Street.
Members of the Muslim community in Leeds mark the vigil in Millennium Square
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Members of the Muslim community paid their respects in Leeds and other UK cities.
European commissioners bow their heads in front of the EU Headquarters in Brussels
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In Brussels, European Commissioner for Justice Franco Frattini remembered the dozens of dead and 700 injured.
Taoiseach Bertie Ahern and members of the Irish Parliament outside Dublin Castle
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Taoiseach Bertie Ahern had urged the entire Irish nation to join him in the silence.
People observe the silence at the Berlin Wittenbergplatz subway station, Germany
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In Germany, Berlin's subway, trams and buses stopped to show the nation's solidarity with those who died in London.
Carabinieri mark the two-minute silence outside the Italian parliament in Rome
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People across Italy joined the vigil, while Pope Benedict XVI held prayers at his retreat in the Italian Alps.
British soldiers mark the silence in Kabul, Afghanistan
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Far from home, about 200 British soldiers at Camp Souter in Kabul, Afghanistan, lined up for the silence.
Tourists in Indonesia light candles at the memorial to victims of the 2002 Bali bombing
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And in Indonesia, tourists lit candles at the Bali bomb memorial as a tribute to those killed in London.


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