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7th person linked to Manchester attack detained by police

7th person linked to Manchester attack detained by police

As more children were named among the 22 victims of Monday's massacre, the suicide bomber's father and brother were arrested in Libya and British police arrested a seventh person in connection with the investigation. Prime Minister Theresa May said on Tuesday the threat level was now considered "critical", meaning an attack may be imminent, and said soldiers would be deployed to prevent further attacks.


Police arrest six in relation to Manchester attack

Police arrest six in relation to Manchester attack

Authorities say Hashem was preparing his own attack in the city and knew about his brother's plot. However, she will curtail her trip, returning home late Friday, missing the Saturday talks in Sicily. Protected sites in London also include Downing Street, embassies and the Palace of Westminster. Troops have been deployed to free up police officers for patrols and investigations.


Palestinian Youth Shot Dead By Israeli Settler In West Bank

Palestinian Youth Shot Dead By Israeli Settler In West Bank

Tensions surrounding the USA recognition, or lack thereof, of the Western Wall as Israeli territory became an issue because President Trump, who will be visiting Israel next week, wants to visit the Western Wall privately, without Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.



House intelligence committee to subpoena former Trump advisor Michael Flynn

The Justice Department has said Sessions had more than 25 conversations with foreign ambassadors a year ago. Earlier this month, Trump ignited a controversy over whether he records conversations in the White House when he wrote on Twitter, "James Comey better hope that there are no "tapes" of our conversations before he starts leaking to the press!" In its report , the New York Times said some Russians boasted about how well they knew Flynn, who was subsequently named Trump's national ...



United States boosting Israeli military aid by millions: Netanyahu

Mr Abbas said Palestinians "are committed to working with [Mr Trump] to reach a historic peace deal between us and Israel". "Both sides will face tough decisions". "The problem is not Judaism but occupation", added Abbas. The President said that only when remembering the families "torn apart from everyone they loved, who suffered that awful darkness and evil, who endured the unbearable horror of the Holocaust, only then can we prevent this agony from ever repeating".