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UK Police Arrest 2 More Bomb Suspects, Raising Total to 11

UK Police Arrest 2 More Bomb Suspects, Raising Total to 11

On Monday night, a bombing timed to coincide with the end of an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester killed 22 people , many children, and injured dozens more. May said she planned to "make clear" to President Donald Trump at a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in Brussels later Thursday that "intelligence that is shared between our law enforcement agencies must remain secure".



'Baywatch' sequel was in talks ahead of first film's release, producer says

There is a reason for that. Kelly Rohrbach also shot down the notion: "Can anything be too raunchy in 2017?" The statement is enough to raise eyebrows (read expectations). "But I think that's the spirit of Baywatch ". However, he clarified that, in addition to gross-out jokes, there would story-driven humor in the movie.


After intel leak, United Kingdom freezes out USA on Manchester bombing

After intel leak, United Kingdom freezes out USA on Manchester bombing

His 22 victims included an eight-year-old girl, several teenage girls, a 28-year-old man and a Polish couple who had come to collect their daughters. Abedi's father was allegedly a member of the al-Qaida-backed Libyan Islamic Fighting group in the 1990s - a claim he denies.



Manchester terror attack: Further arrests made this morning

The spat comes after Trump himself disclosed sensitive information about Islamic State in a meeting with Russian officials on May 10. "A bomb technology expert can look at a picture of a fragment and can immediately identify it". The New York Times published images that appeared to show remnants of the attacker's backpack and a suspected trigger device and battery from the bomb.



United States leaks on concert attack angers Britain

British authorities did not say that the investigation had in fact been compromised by the leaks. Home searches across Manchester and beyond have uncovered important items in a fast-moving investigation into the concert bombing that left 22 people dead, Manchester's police chief said Thursday as a diplomatic spat escalated over US leaks about the investigation to the media.


Sponsors abandon Puerto Rican parade in NY after nationalist honored

Sponsors abandon Puerto Rican parade in NY after nationalist honored

The Puerto Rican nationalist, freed this month after spending 35 years in prison, was a leader of FALN, an organization that officials said committed dozens of bombings - some fatal - in NY and other cities in a campaign for independence. Lopez Rivera, now 74, served 36 years in prison for participating in a plot to overthrow the US government and transport explosives. Mayor Bill de Blasio is scheduled to march in the parade, though NYPD Commissioner James O'Neill and police and fire ...