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Former London Mayor Condemns Attack on Soldier


A female soldier stands outside the Royal Military Barracks, near the scene where a British soldier was killed in Woolwich, southeast London May 23, 2013. The soldier was hacked to death on Wednesday by two men shouting Islamic slogans in a south London street, in what Prime Minister David Cameron said appeared to be a terrorist attack. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW MILITARY POLITICS SOCIETY) - RTXZXHG



British Prime Minister David Cameron says the brutal murder Wednesday of a British soldier in London will not divide his nation, or cause people to live in fear.

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Two suspects killed the man on a London street and then proceeded to tell witnesses that they did it because British soldiers kill Muslims in Afghanistan.

Anchor Marco Werman discusses the attack and reaction to it with former London mayor Ken Livingstone.