The family of an innocent Brazilian man shot dead by police in London in 2005 has reached a compensation deal with police.
Jean Charles de Menezes, who was 27, was shot repeatedly in the head on an underground train after being mistaken for a terrorist suspect.
He was killed two weeks after suicide bomb attacks on the London transport system.
The amount of the compensation payment has not been disclosed, the BBC reports.
A joint statement between the family and Scotland Yard says all litigation has now been resolved.