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Police make new arrest in Manchester bombing case

Security sources later confirmed to the Press Association that a further 20,000 individuals were said to have been considered "subjects of interest" in the past, meaning as many as 23,000 people have appeared on the radar of counter-terror agencies, although the period the figures cover is unclear.


MI5 to investigate Manchester intelligence failure

MI5 to investigate Manchester intelligence failure

Greater Manchester Police says a 25-year-old man was arrested in the city Sunday on suspicion of terrorist offenses. Police have been working round-the-clock since Abedi killed 15 adults and seven children in the worst terrorist atrocity since the July 7 bombings in 2005.



Mass hunger strike of Palestinian prisoners ends

Palestinian women hold pictures of their jailed families, as they celebrate during a protest in solidarity with prisoners in Israeli jails, in the West Bank City of Nablus, on May 27, 2017. Neither the Prison Service nor the Palestinian Authority divulged the full details of the agreement. The deal comes as Muslims around the world begin the holy month of Ramadan, during which many people fast.


Received Kulbhushan Jadhav's Mother's Plea, Considering It, Says Pakistan

Received Kulbhushan Jadhav's Mother's Plea, Considering It, Says Pakistan

Talking to media in Warsak, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Nisar said, Jadhav case would be taken to its logical conclusion in accordance with the law of the land. This was reported by the Pakistan state radio, which quoted a top ruling politician. The opposition leaders' criticised government's management for the case at International Court of Justice thus Sartaj Aziz had given the notice.



'Convinced Atlanticist' Merkel being honest with US, spokesman says

Angela Merkel, who expressed frustration during the G7 summit over the possible withdrawal of the US from the Paris Climate agreement, has now told a political rally that she thinks Germany and Europe can no longer count on the U.S. US President Donald Trump, right, can't be relied upon, according to German Chancellor Angela Merkel, left. "But anyone who puts on national blinkers and has no view of the world around him will ultimately get lost".