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Fast Facts: London Attack Suspects

The following are key facts about the suspects in the July 7 London attacks:

SHAHZAD TANWEER

— Suspected bomber.

— 22-year-old son of Pakistani-born businessman.

— Converted to Islam a few years ago.

— Forensic evidence links Tanweer to the blast on the Underground train near Aldgate.

— Strongly opposed the war in Iraq.

— Studied sports science at Leeds Metropolitan University. Planned to get involved in sports professionally.

— Had a younger brother and two sisters.

HASIB HUSSAIN

— Youngest bombing suspect at age 18.

— Family moved to England from Pakistan.

— Believed to be the bomber on the double-decker bus.

— Friends say he became more religious two years ago.

— Youngest of four children.

MOHAMMED SIDIQUE KHAN

— Suspected homicide bomber.

— 30 years old.

— Father of an eight-month-old girl.

— Former teacher of children with learning disabilities.

— Former students say he left for Pakistan in December. It's not clear when he returned to Britain.

— Authorities found documents belonging to Khan at the Edgware Road blast scene.

LINDSEY GERMAINE

— Suspected homicide bomber.

— Born in Jamaica.

MAGDY ASI EL-NASHAR

— Suspected of being involved in planning the bombings.

— 33-year-old chemist.

— Attended North Carolina State University as a grad student.

— Taught chemistry at Leeds University.

— Arrested in Cairo.

— Earned his doctorate on May 6.