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A minute's silence was held at a service in Lockerbie last night to mark the 25th anniversary of the terrorist attack which killed 270 people.
Dryfesdale Church in the town was filled with victims' families and British and American dignitaries.
Rachel Bullock reports.
Twenty five years ago today, December 21, Pan Am flight 103 travelling from London to New York crashed into the town of Lockerbie in Dumfriesshire - killing 270 people in one of the world's worst terrorist attacks.
Memorial services have been held on both sides of the Atlantic to remember the victims.
Jenny Longden reports
A memorial service has taken place in the southern Scottish town of Lockerbie where Pan Am flight 103 came down on the evening of December 21 1988.
Wreaths were laid by the families of the victims of the Lockerbie bombing, many of whom had made the journey from the US to be there.
The service was led by the Rev John MacLeod, while readings and prayers were given by representatives of the Lockerbie Corps, Salvation Army, and the Queen.
The UK, US and Libya are to further "deepen" their cooperation, as the 25th anniversary of the Lockerbie bombing was marked in a memorial service today. In a joint statement, they said:
Lockerbie has been a welcoming place for the relatives who died in the disaster, First Minister Alex Salmond said today.
Speaking to BBC News, Mr Salmond added: "Out of disaster, there are the bonds of friendship.
"I don't think you ever move on, you certainly never forget, but people do rebuild their lives and many have."
The truth behind the Lockerbie bombing may never be known, according to a former British ambassador to Libya.
Former British ambassador Oliver Miles said he believes nobody could be brought to justice for the incident - but said he suspected former Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi was behind the bombing.
Mr Miles told the BBC:
A special ceremony will take place at Dryfesdale cemetery in Lockerbie this evening, December 21, to mark the 25th anniversary of the Lockerbie bombing.
The service will mark the death of the 270 people killed when the Pan Am flight was blown up in 1988.
Families of the victims will be joined by US and UK dignitaries for tonight's service.
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The Prime Minister David Cameron has released a message marking the 25th anniversary of the Lockerbie tragedy.