London, July 7, (RHC-Euronews), – A tribute in London's landmark St Paul's Cathedral was held on Tuesday to mark the 10th anniversary of the 7/7 London terrorist attacks, which killed 56 people.
The remembrance ceremony was attended by relatives of the victims, survivors and government officials, including British Prime Minister, David Cameron.
The commemorations come as the country still reels from an attack in Tunisia last month, which resulted in Britain's worst loss of life in a militant assault since the London attacks.
On July the 7th, 10 years ago, homemade bombs were set off on a bus and three underground trains. Four young British Muslims were later identified as the bombers.
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