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    A 28-year-old man named Mohammed Abbkr from Edgbaston in Birmingham, central England, has been charged by UK police with the attempted murders of two elderly men who were set on fire after leaving mosques in separate attacks. The incidents occurred in west London on February 27 and in Birmingham on Monday. Abbkr allegedly sprayed a substance on the two men outside or near mosques they had attended and then set them alight. The victim in the London attack was 82 years old and suffered severe burns to his face and arms. In the Birmingham attack, Mohammed Rayaz, 70, was set on fire as he walked home from a mosque in the Edgbaston area of the city on Monday evening. He remains hospitalized with severe injuries. Abbkr was arrested on Tuesday following an investigation involving counter-terrorism police and remains in custody. Police are appealing for security camera, doorbell footage or other video that could help the investigation.

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