British Prime Minister David Cameron, centre, and London Mayor Boris Johnson, right, speak to members of the local community, Thursday, May 23, 2013, during a visit to Woolwich, southeast London where an attack took place on Wednesday. Britain was coming to terms with an apparent return of terrorism to its capital Thursday as new information emerged about the killing of a British soldier near an army barracks in Woolwich by suspected Islamic radicals. (AP Photo/Sang Tan, Pool)

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British Prime Minister David Cameron, centre,  and London Mayor Boris Johnson, right,  speak to members of the local community, Thursday, May 23, 2013, during a visit to Woolwich, southeast London where an attack took place on Wednesday. Britain was coming to terms with an apparent return of terrorism to its capital Thursday as new information emerged about the killing of a British soldier near an army barracks in Woolwich by suspected Islamic radicals. (AP Photo/Sang Tan, Pool)
British Prime Minister David Cameron, centre, and London Mayor Boris Johnson, right, speak to members of the local community, Thursday, May 23, 2013, during a visit to Woolwich, southeast London where an attack took place on Wednesday. Britain was coming to terms with an apparent return of terrorism to its capital Thursday as new information emerged about the killing of a British soldier near an army barracks in Woolwich by suspected Islamic radicals. (AP Photo/Sang Tan, Pool)
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