Two men have been jailed in the UK for the killing of black teenager Stephen Lawrence more than 18 years ago.
Lawrence, aged 18, was stabbed to death at a bus stop in an unprovoked attack in 1993.
Gary Dobson will have to serve a minimum of 15 years and two months while David Norris was sentenced to at least 14 years and three months.
They were convicted after a second trial that hinged on new scientific evidence.
After a long search for justice, Lawrence’s mother said she felt relieved by the verdict but angry at the way the original investigation was carried out.
It became a landmark case after a judicial inquiry exposed institutional racism in London’s police and deep-rooted failings in the initial investigation.
The Metropolitan Police has since reformed its policies.
The families of Dobson and Morris have said they will prove their innocence.