One more held in Manchester, hunt for more in terror ring

One more held in Manchester, hunt for more in terror ring

The latest - a 23-year-old - was arrested in the early hours of Monday in Shoreham-by-Sea, Sussex, on suspicion of offences contrary to the Terrorism Act. When he was 16 years old, Abedi reportedly travelled during school holidays to fight with his father against the Qaddafi regime in Libya. The level had been raised to "critical" - meaning another attack was thought to be imminent - after the concert bombing.

Youri Djorkaeff posts nostalgic photo with young Henrikh Mkhitaryan

Among those to salute his efforts after the game was World Cup victor Djorkaeff, with the former Monaco, Inter and Paris Saint-Germain star of Armenian descent and delighted to see Mkhitaryan get his hands on more major silverware. The Spanish midfielder has developed into one of the Premier League's finest midfielders since his £29m arrival from Athletic Club in 2014 and his popularity among the Old Trafford faithful has continued to soar as a result.

World number one Angelique Kerber beaten in French Open first round

World number one Angelique Kerber beaten in French Open first round

And he can not lose his status at the summit until at least after Wimbledon . Angelique Kerber made history Sunday - of course it was the dubious kind. The German served and volleyed twice in the match and admitted later she should have been more aggressive. Kvitova, 27, bested American Julia Boserup , 6-3, 6-2, to advance to the second round of Roland Garros.

Celtics star Thomas unsure if he will need surgery

Cleveland's 75 first half points were the most in an National Basketball Association playoff game half since 2003 and gave them an 18-point cushion. Try as it might to encourage parity among its 30 teams , the NBA will showcase the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers for the third consecutive spring when the NBA Finals tip off on Thursday (ABC, 9 p.m.

Billy Horschel defeats Jason Day to take AT&T Byron Nelson title

The two went into a sudden-death playoff on the 18th hole where the Aussie missed a putt from around a metre to have his first three-putt of the tournament, handing victory to the American. The two-time PGA Tour victor was a stroke ahead of Billy Horschel , who birdied his last three holes for a 66 to take second place alone. Day shot 68 for the round and Horschel 69.

James surpasses Jordan as NBA's leading playoff scorer

Thomas joked that he has informed the team's medical staff and the specialist that he visited with earlier this week that the goal is to come back at an "MVP level" that he often displayed while earning All-NBA second-team honors this season.