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United Kingdom 'furious' over USA leaks to media, ends intel sharing

Counterterrorism officials fear that whoever built the bomb, used in the attack that killed 22 people and left 59 wounded outside an Ariana Grande concert, may have made other devices that could be used in future attacks. Manchester's mayor, Andy Burnham, told the BBC he had raised concerns about the leaks with the United States ambassador, while Labour lawmaker Yvette Cooper said she was "very troubled" by those occurring in the middle of an investigation where public safety may be at risk.


Russian officials bragged about how well they knew Trump's advisers

Russian officials bragged about how well they knew Trump's advisers

Former president Barack Obama previous year accused the Kremlin of attempting to subvert the election by releasing hacked emails from Democratic Party officials to embarrass Hillary Clinton.Sources told the New York Times that information had reached the CIA that Russian intelligence and political officials had been discussing how and when to release the emails to best affect the outcome of the election.


Trump to meet with anxious European Union and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation leaders

Trump to meet with anxious European Union and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation leaders

Trump and Juncker did not give press statements. Tusk, a Communist-era dissident who once listed Trump among risks to the world order alongside Russia , China and Islamist violence, said he had tried to impress on the billionaire USA president a need for Transatlantic cooperation to promote "values" like human rights and not just selfish "interests".



Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas arrives on four-day India visit

Pitching for peace in West Asia, India on Tuesday urged that a future state of Palestine should coexist peacefully with Israel . Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, who is now visiting India, met Tuesday with Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Hyderabad House in New Delhi who assured him of India's "unwavering support" to the Palestinian cause.


Police hunt Manchester bomber's network

Police hunt Manchester bomber's network

Police had followed up on the complaint at the time and visited the house. The suspect, Manchester-born Abedi , went to school locally and then studied business management at Salford University, before dropping out from the course. The bomb used in the attack appeared to contain carefully packed shrapnel and have a powerful, high velocity charge, according to leaked photographs from the investigation published by the New York Times .