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Whilst the Government is not ruling out the possibility that the Woolwich attacks were part of a wider conspiracy, as far as they see it tonight there is no sign that that is the case.
Politically there may end up being broader questions about this - even to the extent of whether it should be classed as a terrorist attack at all.
People will be asking whether people acting on their own, mouthing an incoherent political philosophy, should be considered as any different to day-to-day criminality that we see in the courts on a regular basis.
President Obama has ordered the US Justice Department review the policy under which it obtains journalists' records.
The move comes after the administration was criticised for secretly seizing two months of phone records from The Associated Press and reading the e-mail of a Fox News reporter as part of separate investigations about the publication of government secrets.
Obama re-stated his support for a media shield law that he said would "guard against government overreach." Such a law would require a federal judge to sign off before officials could access the records of journalists. Mr Obama said:
Journalists should not be at legal risk for doing their jobs. Our focus must be on those who break the law.
Two men were tonight charged over separate attacks at mosques after Drummer Lee Rigby was murdered by Islamic extremists.
Police in Kent were called to a mosque last night hours the attack in Woolwich, south-east London.
Officers arrested a man and tonight Kent Police said they had charged Andrew John Grindlay, 45 from Rochester, with religiously aggravated criminal damage and burglary.
Also, last night Essex Police arrested a man on suspicion of attempted arson after reportedly walking into a mosque with a knife in Braintree, Essex.
Tonight the force charged 43-year-old Geoffrey Ryan, from Brick Kiln Way, Braintree.
"A smoke device was thrown into the premises. No one was injured," police added.
The Cannes Film Festival was hit by a second suspected jewellery heist when a diamond necklace worth 2 million euros (£1.6 million) vanished during a star-studded party, according to upmarket jeweller De Grisogono.
Fawaz Gruosi, the founder of the Swiss firm, said the necklace was part of the company's 20th anniversary collection paraded by 20 models at the glitzy event at the Hotel Du Cap-Eden-Roc in Antibes outside Cannes on Tuesday night.
Sharon Stone and Paris Hilton were among the guests.
Mr Gruosi said 80 bodyguards, local police, hotel security, and De Grisogono staff had been on duty but when a check was made at the end of the night the diamond necklace was missing.
"We don't know exactly what happened ... it was one of the most beautiful items we had," Gruosi told said
A Briton who was arrested on suspicion of organised fraud has been found hanged in a French prison.
John Steele, 38, was found by guards hanging in his cell on Tuesday, four days after he was remanded in custody, according to the BBC.
A Foreign Office spokesman said: "We are aware of the death of a British national in France on 21 May and we stand ready to provide consular assistance."
Floral tributes have been left outside the Royal Artillery Barracks in Woolwich after an attack in a nearby street which left a soldier dead.
The 2nd Battalion of the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers (RRF), with which Woolwich murder victim Drummer Lee Rigby served, is due to be disbanded under Army cuts.
There have been widespread calls from MPs and others to change the decision to scrap the battalion.
They urged the Prime Minister to save the Fusiliers, which was formed in 1968 from a merger of the Royal Warwickshire Fusiliers with regiments from London, Northumberland and Lancashire.
Fusiliers have high operational experience, having served in both Iraq wars, Kosovo, Bosnia and Afghanistan.
Under plans to reduce the size of the Army to 82,000 by 2020, it is proposed to merge the two battalions, with the Second Battalion disappearing.
As the regular Army is reduced, the Territorial Army will be doubled to 30,000 to give a combined force of 112,000.
The family of Drummer Lee Rigby have issued a moving tribute him, saying he was a "lovely" family man, devoted to his sisters and a "big brother" to many.
Lee was lovely. He would do anything for anybody, he always looked after his sisters and always protected them. He took a ‘big brother’ role with everyone.
All he wanted to do from when he was a little boy, was be in the Army. He wanted to live life and enjoy himself. His family meant everything to him.
He was a loving son, husband, father, brother, and uncle, and a friend to many.
We ask that our privacy be respected at this difficult time.
Medea Benjamin, author and peace protester with US group Code Pink and Drones Watch, was removed after heckling President Obama during his foreign policy speech.
President Obama was heckled and applauded as he announced his plans to transfer detainees from Guanatanamo Bay.
103 of the 166 detainees are currently on hunger strike in the facility. The heckler, from US protest group Code Pink, called on the President to shut Guantanamo "today" and asked if he was going to "apologise to the thousands of Muslims he has killed."