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Thursday, 13 September, 2001, 15:42 GMT 16:42 UK
In pictures: Britain's grief
As American people attempt to come to terms with the enormous consequences of Tuesday's terrorist attacks in New York and Washington, Britons send condolences and messages of support.

Foreign Secretary Jack Straw said on Thursday that more than 100 Britons were believed to have been killed in the attacks.

Mourners at the gates of Buckingham Palace
Mourners gathered at Buckingham Palace for a special ceremony of remembrance

William Farrish and Prince Andrew
Prince Andrew represented the Queen - still at Balmoral - and was joined by US ambassador William Farrish

Mourners sing the US national anthem
The American national anthem was played at the altered Changing of the Guard at the suggestion of the Queen

Ceremony at Buckingham Palace
The Queen is returning to London in time for Friday's remembrance service at St Paul's Cathedral

A US flag is raised in Grosvenor Square
Flowers surround the US Embassy in Grosvenor Square

One of the many messages of solidarity from British-based people
Hundreds of Britons have left messages of condolence and support.

The Lutine Bell
The Lloyd's of London insurance market kept a minute's silence marked by the ringing of the Lutine Bell


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