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United Kingdom police show photo of concert bomber, ask public for info

United Kingdom police show photo of concert bomber, ask public for info

Abedi, a 22-year-old Briton of Libyan descent, died in Monday's explosion, which killed 22 others and wounded almost 120 as crowds were leaving an Ariana Grande concert. Police made two more arrests in Manchester on Saturday on suspicion of terrorism offenses, bringing the number of suspects in custody to 11. Photos showed an army bomb-disposal unit at the property.


Iranian president calls United States relations

Iranian president calls United States relations "a curvy road"

France wants to develop its political dialogue with Iran in the hope that it will lead to constructive efforts to solve regional crises, its foreign ministry said on Monday, a day after U.S. Rouhani said at a news conference on Monday that stability could not be achieved in the Middle East without Tehran's help. Iran has always favored good ties with the regional and worldwide countries, he said.


Britain stops sharing Manchester attack intelligence with United States after leaks continue

Britain stops sharing Manchester attack intelligence with United States after leaks continue

Following a meeting of the Cobra emergency committee, Mrs May said the terror threat level "will remain at critical" - meaning an attack is imminent - and the public should continue to be "vigilant". The Times defended its decision to publish the photos and a map showing where the bomb was detonated and where the victims were found, saying its work was "neither graphic nor disrespectful of victims".


Central Europeans confident Trump committed to NATO

Central Europeans confident Trump committed to NATO

There might be some irony in the detail that emerged from the meeting between Trump and the presidents of the European Commission and European Council. Britain and the United States, along with Canada, Australia and New Zealand, are members of an intelligence sharing organization called the Five Eyes.



Fresh from his travels, Donald Trump rails on Twitter about 'fake news'

Neither the meeting nor the communications of Americans involved were under US surveillance, officials said . The idea was to have Flynn "speak directly with a senior military official in Moscow to discuss Syria and other security issues", The New York Times reported Friday, citing three people with knowledge of the discussion.



Trump attacks news reports on son-in-law, Russia

Trump's access to the news media". The idea was to have Flynn speak directly with a senior military official in Moscow to discuss Syria and other security issues, the New York Times reported , citing officials. "In light of what we now know he discussed with Kislyak, it is impossible to believe Kushner's omission of that secret meeting from his clearance application form was an accident", Fallon said.