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A Londoner of Nigerian descent was identified Thursday as one of the two suspects who decapitated a British soldier. The terror strike prompted Prime Minister David Cameron to go into a huddle with top officials and the military put in place additional security measures.
Michael Adebolajo, a 28-year-old Londoner of Nigerian descent, is one of the two suspects who hacked to death the British soldier, said a media report.
The two terror suspects are being held under armed guard at hospitals in London and one of them has been named by Sky News sources as Adebolajo.
The vicious attack on the soldier took place Wednesday in Woolwich, southeast London.
The two attackers were later shot and injured by police. Prime Minister David Cameron said there were strong indications that it was a "terrorist incident".
Adebolajo was "born in Lambeth, grew up in east London. There are still members of his family living in the area".
"He was a student at Greenwich University, but it is not clear what he was studying there. Already on Facebook there are comments from former pupils who say that they went to school with him in east London," said the media report.
The terror attack prompted Cameron Thursday to chair a crisis meeting of officials. ...
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