London terror attack

In this court artist sketch by Elizabeth Cook, suspect Michael Adebolajo kisses the Qu'ran, as he appears at Westminster Magistrates Court, London, Monday June 3, 2013. A man accused of killing British soldier Lee Rigby has made his first appearance in court. Michael Adebolajo faces various charges including murder, attempted murder and firearms possession. His suspected accomplice, Michael Adebowale, was expected to make a separate court appearance Monday. Both men were injured and placed under armed guard in hospital after the attack on Rigby, an off-duty soldier who was killed while walking back to his military barracks in southeast London. (AP Photo/ Elizabeth Cook, PA) UNITED KINGDOM OUT

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Michael Adebolajo, 28, one of two main suspects in the killing of a British soldier in London made his first appearance in court on June 3. He faces charges of murder, attempted murder of two police officers and firearms possession. His suspected accomplice, Michael Adebowale, 22, made a separate appearance via video-link. The two allegedly stabbed Lee Rigby to death in Woolwich on May 22. Rigby was a drummer with the British Army's 2nd Battalion The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers.

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