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Apparently Officials Were Warned About The Manchester Bomber Five Years Ago

Apparently Officials Were Warned About The Manchester Bomber Five Years Ago

British police are irritated that information shared with us officials has leaked to USA media, which reported Abedi's name before police confirmed it. A still-heartbroken Ariana Grande has broken her silence on the suicide bomb violence that ripped through her concert in Manchester, England , on Monday, telling the victims "I extend my hand and heart" and promising to return to the city to throw a benefit concert.



Friend Says Manchester Bomber Was Upset About Stabbing Of Muslim

The police said the probe had made "good progress" and they "now need people to tell us if they have any information about his movements from May 18 when he returned to the United Kingdom through to Monday night". The 23-year-old pop star was not amongst the 23 killed or 116 estimated injured, but was understandably shaken by the attack on fans that had come to just see her perform.



Paris climate accord: G7 leaders in imbroglio after Trump delay

Macron said he told Trump it is "indispensable for the reputation of the United States and the interest of the Americans themselves that the United States remain committed" to the Paris agreement. In the communique, G7 leaders said they recognized the need to help and support refugees, but also reaffirm the sovereign rights of states to control their own borders.



Leaked info 'undermines' Manchester attack probe

British security services were also upset that 22-year-old Abedi's name was apparently leaked by USA officials while police in the United Kingdom continued withholding it and while raids were underway in Manchester and in Libya . Rowley said the investigation had made "rapid progress", and police "are getting a greater understanding of the preparation of the bomb". Salman's older brother Ismail is among those under arrest in Britain.


Jeremy Corbyn: It has to be police, not Army, protecting Britain's streets

Jeremy Corbyn: It has to be police, not Army, protecting Britain's streets

Perhaps fearful of their eroding polling numbers and certainly shocked by the acceptance of Corbyn's somewhat dovish argument, the Conservative government and Tory media figures pulled out all the stops and issued a series of withering attacks on the Labour leader's approach to issues of war and peace.



G7 leaders ink declaration on fight against terrorism, extremism

Attending his first summit, he told his fellow G7 leaders from Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy and Japan on Friday that he had not yet decided whether or not to endorse the Paris agreement on reducing greenhouse gas emissions. And up for debate, the peril of climate change and the urgency of the US commitment to the Paris accord to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. On one side, leaders of Canada, Japan, France, Germany, Italy and the United Kingdom, plus two European Union ...