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British police early today arrested a terrorism suspect at a London airport after arriving on a flight from Addis Ababa.

Media reports in London say the man is a 23-year-old British citizen who lives in north London. He is wanted as a possible accomplice in the failed July 21st bombing attack on London’s underground railway system.

British police have arrested at least 15 people in connection with the July 21 incident. The failed attack came two weeks after bombs killed 52 people on London’s transport system.

Some of these suspects were originally from Eritrea, Ethiopia and Somalia.

Ethiopia says scores of birds found dead recently have tested negative for the bird flu.

A spokesman for Ethiopia's Agriculture Ministry, Mulgueta Debalk, says the birds that were tested died of the Newcastle virus, which is common among fowl but harmless to humans.

Ethiopia tested a total of 62 birds after hundreds of pigeons, chickens and other birds were found dead in various parts of the country several weeks ago.

Ethiopia and other African nations have been watching for any sign of the deadly H5N1 bird flu virus. The virus has killed more than 70 people in Asia since 2003.

There are fears that migratory birds could carry it to Africa. The virus has already been found in birds in Europe and the Middle East.

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