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Bristol ceremony remembers American Lockerbie victim

21 December 2013 Last updated at 00:39 GMT

A ceremony has been held in Bristol to remember a man killed in the Lockerbie air disaster.

Bernard Joseph McLoughlin, an American living in the city, was one of 270 people who lost their lives when a Pan Am Boeing 747 plane was blown up above the Scottish town 25 years ago.

Tony Miles, who organised the ceremony, said: "It was needed that we come out and light a few candles and lay a wreath in memory of Bernard."

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