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Soldier killers' extremist links

Questions remain over the extremist links of Lee Rigby's killers. Michael Adebolajo is thought to have flown to Kenya to train and fight with al-Qaeda in Somalia. The man who mentored Michael Adebowale says he believes he was radicalised when in jail

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Adebolajo's brother: Woolwich attack 'won't be the last'

The brother of one of Lee Rigby's murderers has told reporters that the murder of a British soldier in Woolwich "won't be the last" such attack.

Jeremiah Adebolajo, who like his now-convicted brother Michael is a Muslim convert, said: "The events to me were inevitable. There was eventually going to be another attack which mentioned foreign policy as its justification."

Speaking to Al Jazeera's Investigations Unit, he said: "For every violent action is a violent reaction."

Jeremiah was banned from the Old Bailey "for security reasons" during some of his brother's trial.

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