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17th Suspect Arrested in Connection With Manchester Bombing

This latest arrest means an 11th suspect is now in custody, joining 10 other men aged between 18 and 44. On Friday police located a white Nissan Micra in a auto park of a block of apartments in the Rusholme area of Manchester that they believe could point to Abedi's whereabouts between May 18 and 22 in the lead-up to the bombing at the pop concert.


Critics say Trump tweets may undercut legal case

Critics say Trump tweets may undercut legal case

But George Conway , husband of presidential adviser Kellyanne Conway , doesn't appear to agree. Conway also tweeted a link to a Washington Post analysis speculating that the president's tweets could hurt the administration's defense of the travel ban at the Supreme Court.


I am calling it 'travel ban'

I am calling it 'travel ban'

Khan hits back later when asked by Britain's Channel 4 News if he thought Trump's state visit to the United Kingdom should be called off. Mr Khan said: 'We have had to close police stations, sell police buildings and we've lost thousands of staff.



Five killed in Florida workplace shooting

Five people were shot and killed by a "disgruntled" former employee at a workplace near Orlando, Florida, this morning, three years after the suspect was involved in another workplace violence incident there, according to authorities. The man told an Orange County judge that Neumann began "threatening his life... as well as his family, while getting physical, all while a supervisor was out to lunch".


Sheriff: Disgruntled ex-worker killed 5, then himself

Sheriff: Disgruntled ex-worker killed 5, then himself

Police had responded to a battery complaint against Neumann at Fiamma in 2014. "It really all boils down pretty much to the same issues: A person wants to feel that they have more control, they want to have more power", said threat assessment expert Michael Corcoran .


British media avoid naming London attackers, but publish descriptions

British media avoid naming London attackers, but publish descriptions

Redouane, 30, claimed to be Moroccan and Libyan. Redouane's age was not immediately known because he gave two different dates of birth. London police say they can not confirm the names of people caught up in the attack. Prime Minister Theresa May has said Britain is faced with a new trend where "terrorism breeds terrorism" and inspired not just by "carefully-constructed plots after years of planning and training - and not even as lone attackers radicalised online - but by copying one ...