On 6 July 2005, London celebrated winning the 2012 Olympic bid. The next day, the city was hit by a series of coordinated suicide bomb attacks.
Four bombs targeting civilians went off during rush hour, on underground trains at Liverpool Street, Edgware Road, and near Russell Square and on a bus in Tavistock Square. Fifty-two innocent bystanders travelling around the city were killed, and more than 770 were injured.
Ten years later, British people still have vivid memories of that day