MP3: Blame game begins as Brits search for answers

23.05.2013

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Blame game begins as Brits search for answers MP3

The British prime minister, David Cameron, has fiercely condemned the slaying of a soldier in south-east London, saying nothing justifies such a barbaric action. He's also said the country will be resolute in its stand against terrorism. Four people are now under arrest in connection with the murder. As the investigations continue, there are more questions as to how the suspects may have become radicalised, and why a... Source: abc.net.au

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