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2017 Manchester terror attack

UK Police: Others May be at Large in Manchester Attack

LONDON (AP) — The attacker who bombed an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester wasn’t part of a large network, but other people involved in the crime may still be at large, a senior police officer said Thursday. Russ Jackson, head

A man with a t-shirt that says 'FCK ISIS' on it waits at a red light on May 23, 2017 in Manchester, England.

Police Make 17th Arrest in Manchester Bombing Investigation

Police investigating the Manchester Arena suicide bombing have arrested a 24-year-old man after seizing a car deemed significant to the investigation. The man was arrested Friday on suspicion of offenses contrary to the Terrorism Act after police cordoned off an

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Military Ends Week-Long Counter-Terror Deployment on UK Streets 

LONDON (AP) — Britain’s Ministry of Defense has announced an end to its week-long deployment to help police cope with an increased threat of an extremist attack after the Manchester concert bombing. Chief of the Defense Staff Stuart Peach said

British soldiers arrive by bus and head toward a building next to New Scotland Yard police headquarters near to the Houses of Parliament in central London on May 24, 2017

Police Release Three of 14 Suspects in Manchester Bomb Probe

LONDON (AP) — British police say three of the 14 people arrested over the Manchester arena suicide bombing have been released without charge, and the investigation so far has found bomber Salman Abedi acted largely alone as he assembled his

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Manchester Police Seek Clues in Concert Bomber’s Suitcase

LONDON (AP) — Police in Manchester, England issued a picture of the arena suicide bomber holding a blue suitcase and asked anyone who might have seen him with it before the attack to call a confidential hotline.

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State Handouts, Student Loan Paid For Manchester Bomber’s Terror Plot

A combination of government benefits and low-interest loans meant to pay for further education were used to fund the terror plot of Manchester killer Salman Abedi, police believe. Police are investigating the finances of university dropout turned Islamist killer Salman

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