A woman holds a candle during a vigil by a group of Canadian Muslim women in memory of the fallen Canadian soldiers, Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent and Corporal Nathan Cirillo during a vigil in Montreal, October 28, 2014. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi
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Members of Parliament headed back to meeting rooms where some of them hid a week ago during a gun battle between security officers and an attacker described as a recent convert to Islam who struggled with drug addiction.Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, the 32-year-old who carried out the Ottawa attack and 25-year-old Martin Rouleau, who hit the soldiers with his car near Montreal, appear to have acted independently of one another, police say.Officials described both men as homegrown radicals and warned attacks such as theirs, carried out with minimal planning, pose a "serious" threat to the nation's security. Zehaf-Bibeau and Rouleau were shot dead by security officers.
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