Ten years ago today al-Qaida-linked terrorists exploded a bomb at a bar and night club on the Indonesian holiday island of Bali. 202 people were killed, 28 of them British.
Both in Bali and the UK, ceremonies were held today by the families and friends of the victims to remember those who died.
ITV News' correspondent Nina Nannar reports:
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