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Fury in Britain over Manchester attack leaks from US

Fury in Britain over Manchester attack leaks from US

As hundreds of British soldiers protected some of the world's most visited tourist sites in London and elsewhere, police are pressing to uncover the network that is thought to have helped Abedi in the deadly attack. "I spoke to [Salman Abedi] about five days ago. there was nothing wrong, everything was normal", Ramadan Abedi told Reuters, moments before he was arrested.


Justin Bieber Doesn't Remember the Spanish Words to 'Despacito'

Justin Bieber Doesn't Remember the Spanish Words to 'Despacito'

Somebody buy Justin Bieber a Rosetta Stone program, stat. Only snippets of the track are available online, but they show Bieber rhyming about everything from former presidents ("It's that Abe Lincoln, thinkin' I'm history in the makin'") to movie characters ("I'm the new Jason Bourne, reborn").



Jamie Foxx says Oprah staged an intervention for him

Foxx said this tumultuous period came at the peak of his career during the 2004-2005 award season when he got nominated for an Best Actor Oscar after starring in the Ray Charles biopic, "Ray". Screen legend Sidney Poitier was among the entertainers in attendance and he offered Foxx advice he'll never forget, telling the actor, "I want to give you responsibility.


'There's a lot of questions': Ariana Grande comforted by family

'There's a lot of questions': Ariana Grande comforted by family

British authorities were also exploring whether the bomber, who grew up in Manchester , had links with other cells across Europe and North Africa, according to two officials familiar with the case who spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak about the ongoing investigation.



Manchester Bombing Foreshadows Another Fraught Ramadan

The Manchester attack was the deadliest in Britain since July 2005, when four British Muslim suicide bombers killed 52 people in coordinated attacks on London's transport network. Suicide bomber Abedi was born in Britain to a Libyan family, grew up in Manchester's southern suburbs and attended local Salford University for a time .


Father says Manchester attack suspect is innocent

Father says Manchester attack suspect is innocent

Speaking Wednesday from the Libyan city of Tripoli, Abedi's father denied that his son was linked to militants or to the deadly attack. Ramadan Abedi told The Associated Press in a telephone interview from Tripoli that his family "aren't the ones who blow up ourselves among innocents ".