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British police stop sharing Manchester attack info with the USA after leaks

British police stop sharing Manchester attack info with the USA after leaks

A woman was arrested following an armed raid in Manchester on Wednesday evening. Suicide bomber Abedi was born in Britain to a Libyan family, grew up in Manchester's southern suburbs and once attended Salford University there. The force was "confident" it had identified every victim but said they would not be formally identified until after post-mortem examinations were completed in four to five days.



The internet is losing its mind over Trump's Saudi 'orb' photo

The couple landed in Saudi Arabia on Saturday - and yesterday, she visited a General Electric all-female service centre in the capital, where she stressed the "empowerment of women", The Independent has reported . On the other hand, United States embassy had stated on Sunday that a meeting between President Donald Trump and Prime Minister (PM) Nawaz Sharif was not scheduled.


Somalia car bomb kills at least 4 in capital, police say

Somalia car bomb kills at least 4 in capital, police say

The Somalia-based group has vowed to step up attacks in Mogadishu and elsewhere after the federal government recently announced a new offensive against the group. The curfew is to remain effect through June. Three police officers were killed and two others injured when their vehicle ran over an improvised bomb near Kenya's eastern border with Somalia , a Kenyan official said Wednesday.


Turkey's leader confronted by France, Germany at North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit

Turkey's leader confronted by France, Germany at North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit

The French official says President Emmanuel Macron raised the issue of photojournalist Mathias Depardon in talks with Erdogan ahead of Thursday's North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit. German-Turkish journalist Deniz Yucel has also been detained in Turkey. Berlin has repeatedly underlined the importance of visit of German lawmakers with troops stationed overseas, saying the German army was not under the control of the government, but the parliament.