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May to confront Trump over attack leaks

The son of Libyan parents who immigrated to Britain in the early 1990s, Abedi has been identified by British authorities as the bomber who attacked the Ariana Grande concert Monday night. U.S. network ABC News reported that police had found a kind of bomb-making workshop in Abedi's home and he had apparently stockpiled enough chemicals to make more bombs.



Manchester Arena bomber wanted revenge, says sister

The minister said that as many as 3,800 troops could be deployed to patrol streets across the United Kingdom and guard vital locations, such as Buckingham Palace and the prime minister's residence at Downing Street. "There was a policeman, armed policeman, shouting at my neighbour. and I realised there is something wrong here", he said. Today, police in Libya arrested his father and younger brother.



National Security Adviser: 'Not Concerned' About Kushner Back-channel Reports

And Reuters , citing seven current and former usa officials, reported that Mr Kushner had at least three contacts with Mr Kislyak during and after the presidential campaign that were previously undisclosed. It bears mentioning that FBI , White House and Russian Embassy have yet to respond to the latest report that could make situation worst for the already embattled tycoon-turned president promising to "Make America Great again".


Turkey summons USA ambassador over Washington brawl

Turkey summons USA ambassador over Washington brawl

The fracas has added to already strained U.S. The U.S. ambassador told Turkey's government its guards violated U.S. laws, a senior U.S. official said . "We do not take it as freedom of expression", he said. Others held the flag of the People's Protection Units, the US -backed Syrian Kurdish force. The incident in question was a brawl on Tuesday in which Turkish security personnel attacked protesters outside the Turkish embassy in Washington during President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's ...



Singer Ariana Grande to return to Manchester for benefit concert

Also detained in Libya on Wednesday was their father, Ramadan Abedi. US channel ABC News reported that police had found a kind of bomb-making workshop in Abedi's home and he had apparently stockpiled enough chemicals to make additional bombs.