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The 15 Royal Navy sailors and marines held captive in Iran for almost two weeks have landed in London.
The crew, freed by Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad as a "gift" to the British people on Wednesday, touched down at Heathrow Airport at 1200 BST.
They are now being flown to a Royal Marines base in Devon where they will be reunited with their families.
Prime Minister Tony Blair said he was "glad" the crew had been returned "safe and unharmed".
In a statement given outside Downing Street as the plane touched down, Mr Blair said there had been "no deal" with the Iranians to secure their release.
Put a caption of a different sort beneath the picture and you have a shot of the UK's yachting team returninghome after a triumphant performance in the inaugural Allied-Axis Of Evil Games.