A man has been sent to jail for 33 years after admitting planning to bomb London's transport system.
Manfo Kwaku Asiedu is the last of five men to be sentenced over the failed attacks on three underground trains and a bus in the city on 21 July 2005.
Earlier this year, a jury couldn't decide whether Asiedu was also guilty of planning to kill people and that charge has since been dropped.
The judge recommended the 34-year-old be sent back to his home country Ghana.
In July, four other men who were found guilty of planning to kill people over the failed attacks were each jailed for life.
Muktar Said Ibrahim, 29, Hussain Osman, 28, Yassin Omar, 26, and Ramzi Mohammed, 25, will all spend at least 40 years in prison.