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Manchester attack: USA paper leaks images of explosive device

She said he had been known to security forces "up to a point". Bed clothes for more than one person were found at the flat, and a younger man is said to have been with Abedi when the rental was agreed. He said the man is named Adel and is in his 40s, with a wife and several children. The BBC reported that the policewoman's husband is critically ill and her two children were injured.



Holy month begins for world's Muslims, violently for some

The Vice President in a statement before the start of the month-long Islamic ritual said "Ramadan is a period of great sacrifice, patient endurance, and gratitude". Muslim groups and advocates have criticized Trump as being anti-Islam, citing his rhetoric on the campaign trail and his call for additional surveillance of mosques.



Photo of Manchester attacker, new details released by UK police

British Prime Minister Theresa May said "a significant amount of police activity" and several arrests had led to the level being lowered. His father and brother have been detained in Libya . Residents were evacuated from streets in the south Manchester neighborhood of Moss Side in what police called a precaution as one search was carried out Saturday.


Islamic State claims responsibility for the Egypt attack on Twitter

Islamic State claims responsibility for the Egypt attack on Twitter

Masked men boarded several vehicles carrying the Christians and opened fire at close range, witnesses said. President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi called a meeting of security officials, the state news agency said, and the cabinet said the attackers would not succeed in dividing the nation.


New arrest in Manchester attack

New arrest in Manchester attack

A new suspect has been arrested in Manchester during a large-scale counter-terror operation launched in the wake of a suicide attack that struck a pop concert in the city earlier this week, United Kingdom police said on Friday. The blast killed 22 people, including children, and injured some 64 others, some of whom were still receiving critical care in hospital. Mark Rowley, the UK's most senior counter-terrorism officer, confirmed British chiefs had "received fresh assurances" from their ...