A former British soldier suspected of terrorism offences who escaped from prison earlier has been recaptured in London.
Daniel Abed Khalife, 21, absconded from London's Wandsworth prison on Wednesday morning after slipping out of the prison kitchen where he was working and strapping himself to the underside of a food delivery truck.
"Officers apprehended him just before 11am (1000 GMT) hours today ... in the Chiswick area (of west London) and he is currently in police custody," police said in a statement on Saturday.
Police said they had focused their search around the Chiswick area after "intelligence-led activity" and some confirmed sightings in the area overnight, including calls from members of the public.
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, speaking to reporters at the G20 gathering in New Delhi, thanked the police and the public for their help in finding Khalife.
Khalife, who was discharged from the British army in May, was being held in prison ahead of trial on offences relating to terrorism and the Official Secrets Act.
He is accused of eliciting or trying to elicit information likely to be useful to a person preparing an act of terrorism while he was based at barracks in central England in 2021, and staging a bomb hoax by placing three canisters with wires on a desk.
He is also charged with obtaining information that might be "directly or indirectly useful to an enemy".
The BBC has reported he was accused of gathering intelligence for Iran.
Opposition MPs have demanded answers into how Khalife had been able to escape and why he was not being held at a maximum security prison.
There are also questions about the jail's staffing and security procedures.
London police chief Mark Rowley told LBC Radio they were investigating whether Khalife had help from guards or other prisoners in his escape, saying it was "clearly pre-planned".
"So it's a question," Rowley said.
"Did anyone inside the prison help him, other prisoners, corrupt guard staff?
"Was he helped by people outside the walls?
"Or was it simply all of his own creation?"
The hunt to track down Khalife prompted enhanced security checks at ports and airports which led to delays for passengers.
About 150 counter-terrorism officers were involved in the huge operation to find him.