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nnnnn this was how prison remember it nnnnn ten years old and for candles nnnnn one each let's for the memory of the horror and the death and destruction in four parts of london on july the seventh two thousand and five , two people killed by the promise , that there was silence , nnnnn , silence to you at the station's hit by the bombs , nnnnn as the clock struck half past eleven , the fourth and final bomb struck here in tavistock square ripping apart and number thirty bus , the capital pulling over and stopping in remembrance , but then that's was over nnnnn pockets and pulls the searching for a lesson began nnnnn , for testing whether it will be possible , for the cosmopolitan civilization which is becoming a global reality , to hold together , the leader of capital and country sitting together united in their belief the yeltsin now is tougher and tighter control