Authorities in Britain and Italy say they believe they have captured all four suspects wanted in the failed July 21st London transit bombings. The announcements came Friday after police raids in London and Rome. London police say they captured two of the suspects in the city's Notting Hill neighborhood. One man is identified as 27-year-old Muktar Said Ibrahim, who came to Britain from Eritrea in 1990. The other man identified himself only as Ramzi Muhammad. Italian authorities say the suspect arrested in Rome is Osman Hussain, a British national of Somali descent. The first suspect in the failed bombings was arrested by British police in Birmingham on Wednesday. British authorities have detained several other people since the failed attack and the July seventh bombings that killed more than 50 people on London's transit system.