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A man who lost his daughter in the Lockerbie bombing has urged people to pray for the family of Abdelbaset al-Megrahi, the only man convicted of the attack.
Speaking at a memorial service in Westminster Abbey, Dr Jim Swire said:
US Attorney General Eric Holder hailed the residents of Lockerbie, describing them as "generous" and "determined", as the 25th anniversary of the tragedy was marked in the UK and US today.
Mr Holder said that families and friends of the victims who then went on to fight a legal battle were "selfless". He added:
US Attorney General Eric Holder and other officials will speak at a ceremony at Virginia's Arlington National Cemetery to remember the 270 victims killed in the Lockerbie disaster. Flags were held by servicemen, as the names of those killed were read out.
Another remembrance service for the victims of the Lockerbie bombing has started at Westminster Abbey.
A silence will be observed at 7:03pm at the moment the bombing took place 25 years ago today.
The names of those killed in the Lockerbie bombing are being read out in a remembrance service at Arlington National Cemetery in the US state of Virginia.
A service is just beginning at Dryfesdale Church in Lockerbie to mark the 25th anniversary of the bombing.
The service, which has the theme 'Looking Forward', is being led by students from a scholarship programme between Lockerbie Academy and Syracuse University.
Some 35 students from the university, in upstate New York, were killed in the disaster.
Today's statement from the British, US and Libyan governments follows an interview ITV News did earlier this week with the justice minister from Libya, in which he said he was now willing to cooperate with police in the US and UK.
The Foreign Office has now welcomed that development and said that it looks forward to visiting Libya in the new year and to getting access to information and witnesses to progress their investigation.
Scotland's Lord Advocate has previously said there are still people out there with blood on their hands for this atrocity.
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:
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Memorial services have been held for 270 victims of the bombing of a Pan Am flight over the Scottish town of Lockerbie 25 years ago today.