Two more arrests in brutal London attack

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Two more arrests in brutal London attack

A police forensics officer investigates a crime scene where one man was killed in Woolwich, southeast London on May 22, 2013. (Photo by Stefan Wermuth/Reuters). A man walking near a military barracks in south London on

The two suspects were being treated at separate London hospitals, police said. A senior British security source said it appeared to be an "ideologically motivated" killing. "From the look of it, it is indeed a low-tech terror attack," the source said

If confirmed as an act of terrorism, it would be the first fatal attack in Britain since 52 people were killed in four coordinated suicide bombings targeting London's transit system on July 7, 2005. Both suspects in Wednesday's attack — who made no

British Far Right Party Uses London Attack As Recruitment Tactic The British National Party (BNP) has sent out an email that uses yesterday's brutal murder of a soldier in London as a recruitment tactic. Political Scrapbook

London (CNN) — If a man hacked to death on a London street does turn out to be a British solider it will have echoes of other plots on British soil in recent years. Lawmaker Nick Raynsford told CNN the victim of Wednesday's attack in Woolwich was a

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