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Ariana Grande Cancels Tour Dates Following Manchester Attack

Ariana Grande Cancels Tour Dates Following Manchester Attack

Wednesday's announcement brings the number of attack-related arrests to four, following an arrest announced Tuesday. Ian Hopkins, chief constable of Greater Manchester Police, said: "I think it's very clear that this is a network that we are investigating".


Senate Intelligence Committee to Subpoena 2 of Flynn's Businesses

Senate Intelligence Committee to Subpoena 2 of Flynn's Businesses

The report Wednesday says the Russians zeroed in on Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort and Michael Flynn , a former head of USA military intelligence who was a key Trump campaign adviser. This type of information is typically shared in intelligence channels and not between the USA president and foreign diplomats, Brennan said. Information for this article was contributed by Chad Day, Stephen Braun, Eileen Sullivan, Vivian Salama, Darlene Superville and Michael Catalini of The ...



Lib Dems vow to end caste bias

Ms Swinson, who was the Liberal Democrat business minister in the coalition government before losing her seat two years ago, said hers was the only party campaigning to stay in both the United Kingdom and European Union single markets. If it got into power, after the two-year negotiation period, it would call for another referendum as to whether that deal is taken, with one of the options on the ballot paper to be to remain in the EU.


Melania Trump Appears To Avoid Holding Donald's Hand Again

Melania Trump Appears To Avoid Holding Donald's Hand Again

President Trump weighed in on the attack today. " President Trump welcomed the steps that Prime Minister Netanyahu's security cabinet have taken to improve the Palestinian economy, noting that greater economic opportunity for Palestinians would enhance the prospects for peace".


Suspected Manchester bomber identified as Salman Abedi

Suspected Manchester bomber identified as Salman Abedi

A total of 22 people were killed and almost 60 injured when a suicide bomber targeted a concert hall in Manchester , described as the worst terror attack in Britain for more than a decade. Queen Elizabeth described the bombing as an "act of barbarity". "The attack was the deadliest since July 7, 2005 when four suicide bombers inspired by Al Qaeda attacked London's transport system killing 52 and injuring 700 others", it reported.