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An Egyptian sought in connection with the London bombings has been detained in Cairo. (International Herald Tribune — 16 July, 2005)
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British police were also searching for an Egyptian man who is believed to have known some of the bombers. (New York Times — 15 July, 2005)
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Egyptian is linked to attacks in London
Egyptian is linked to attacks in London

It is not clear whether Magdy el-Nashar is a witness or a suspect, but he is believed to have known some of the bombers. (New York Times — 16 July, 2005)
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Magdy el-Nashar, an Egyptian chemist sought in connection with the London terrorist bombings, was arrested in Cairo on Friday, according to news reports. The Metropolitan Police in London said a man has been arrested in Cairo, but would not confirm his name or characterize him as a suspect. (International Herald Tribune — 16 July, 2005)
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British and FBI officials investigating an al-Qaeda connection inthe London terror attacks are focussing on an Egyptian-born chemistwho studied in the United States. – (The Age — 15 July, 2005)
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The family of 18-year-old London bus bomber Hasib Mir Hussain say he was a loving and normal young man. (BBC News — 16 July, 2005)
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Egypt says that one of its citizens who was arrested on suspicion of involvement in the July 7 London bombings has no link to Al-Qaeda but British investigators are expected to press their inquiry (ABC News — 21 hours ago)
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Britain’s top Muslims condemn the London suicide bombings as “utterly criminal and absolutely un-Islamic”. (BBC News — 16 July, 2005)
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The British government plans to make it a crime to provide or receive training in the use of explosives in new anti-terror legislation being considered in the wake of the suicide bombings in London. (CNN — 16 July, 2005)
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The four suspected London bombers reportedly wanted to scar thecity with a ‘burning cross’, setting off explosions in its north,south, east and west. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 14 July, 2005)
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