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
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