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Father of Manchester bomber arrested in Libya

Father of Manchester bomber arrested in Libya

The Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the attack. Before his arrest, he told reporters his son was innocent. His brother, Ismail, was arrested. In 1993, he fled the oil-rich North African country after he was accused of helping Islamists by tipping them off before police raids. France's interior minister said Abedi is believed to have traveled to Syria and had "proven" links with the Islamic State group.


'Irritating': UK scolds U.S. officials who leaked name of Manchester attacker

'Irritating': UK scolds U.S. officials who leaked name of Manchester attacker

The United States also leaked the name of the bomber, Salman Abedi , before it was released in the UK. The graphic pictures appeared a day after the bomber's name was briefed to the United States media against the wishes of Greater Manchester Police , hours after Home Secretary Amber Rudd revealed she had told USA authorities not to leak material about the atrocity.



Michael Flynn Gets Another Chance From Intelligence Committee

He said that "all options" were on the table to enforce the requests. The time sequence actually suggests that the White House regarded Russian actions around the U.S. The hearing came a day after Trump's former national security advisor, Michael Flynn , defied a subpoena to provide the Senate Intelligence Committee documents on his Russian Federation ties.


British Govt Condemns US For Leaking Shared Information On Manchester Attack

British Govt Condemns US For Leaking Shared Information On Manchester Attack

Several properties in Manchester have also been raided. He did not provide details, and said it's unclear whether Abedi was part of a larger network of attackers. "So it is irritating if it gets released from other sources and I have been very clear with our friends that that should not happen again". U.S. officials first caused outrage after they leaked the name of the attacker on Monday before Manchester police did so themselves.


Europeans are starting to leave the UK in 'statistically significant' numbers

Europeans are starting to leave the UK in 'statistically significant' numbers

Theresa May is sticking by her controversial pledge to reduce net migration to below 100,000, something that was last achieved in 1997. Net long-term migration to the United Kingdom fell below a quarter of a million in 2016 for the first time in almost three years as arrivals from eastern and central European countries plunged dramatically.