A British Muslim man convicted of the murder of soldier Lee Rigby on the streets of London last year was on Wednesday sentenced to life in prison.
A man accused of murdering a British soldier on a London street says he attacked the first serviceman he spotted, saying "it was almost as if Allah had chosen him."
Traumatised witnesses saw two men run down a British soldier with a car on a London street before one of them took a cleaver to his neck, their murder trial heard on Monday.
The trial in the barbarous killing of UK soldier Lee Rigby on a London street opened on Friday at the Old Bailey court in Britain capital.
Two men accused of killing a British soldier in an apparent Islamic terrorist attack on a London street appeared in court on Monday as their trial began.
Prison officers "strenuously deny any wrongdoing", their union said on Friday, after a suspected killer of a British soldier on a London street reportedly lost two teeth when being restrained in jail.
Michael Adebolajo, one of the two men accused of killing a British Army man on a London street last month in broad daylight, on Wednesday called himself a "soldier" during a court appearance.
Two Muslim men appeared in court on Monday on charges of brutally hacking to death a British soldier on a London street last month.
A second man on Saturday was charged with the gruesome murder of Lee Rigby in Woolwich, London, on May 22.
Scotland Yard is set to question the second suspect shot at the scene of last week’s terror attack which resulted in the murder of soldier Drummer Lee Rigby in south-east London.
Michael Adebolajo is understood to have attended talks given by preacher Mohammed Hamid, who called himself Osama bin London.
A friend of one of two terror suspects arrested after the killing of a soldier on a London street, was nabbed minutes after claiming Michael Adebolajo was harassed by British spy agency MI5.
Universities in Britain have been asked to draw up guidelines on handling preachers who have a track record of inciting hatred in aftermath of the Woolwich attack.
One of the terrorists caught on camera with bloodied hands holding a meat cleaver on the streets of London has been named as Michael Adebolajo.
Day in Pics: 25th November
Showbiz World - November 25, 2014