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A police officer looks on as a car is removed from outside the house which was searched by British police in Luton, England, Monday, Dec. 13, 2010. A Swedish prosecutor says police are "98 percent" certain the Stockholm suicide bomber is 28-year-old Taimour Abdulwahab who is a Swedish citizen but also lived several years in Britain. Prosecutor Tomas Lindstrand Monday said Abdulwahab has his roots in the Middle East and has been a Swedish citizen since 1992. Lindstrand said Abdulwahab was also the registered owner of the car that exploded in Stockholm shortly before the suicide blast Saturday. (AP Photo/Akira Suemori)
Photo by: Akira Suemori
A police officer looks on as a car is removed from outside the house which was searched by British police in Luton, England, Monday, Dec. 13, 2010. A Swedish prosecutor says police are "98 percent" certain the Stockholm suicide bomber is 28-year-old Taimour Abdulwahab who is a Swedish citizen but also lived several years in Britain. Prosecutor Tomas Lindstrand Monday said Abdulwahab has his roots in the Middle East and has been a Swedish citizen since 1992. Lindstrand said Abdulwahab was also the registered owner of the car that exploded in Stockholm shortly before the suicide blast Saturday. (AP Photo/Akira Suemori)

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