And as more children were named as victims of the massacre, police carried out fresh arrests and raids.
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is set to visit London today to show support.
After bowing their heads in silence, the grieving crowd in Manchester’s St Ann’s Square broke into a spontaneous, gentle rendition of “Don’t Look Back in Anger” by the city’s own Britpop band Oasis.
He is believed to have returned to the United Kingdom from Libya just days before the attack.
“Twenty-two people have died and 66 people are still in hospital”.
She told Evie Mills (14) and her parents: “It’s terrible”.
Sixty-four people are still hospitalized, Jon Rouse of the Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership said Wednesday. Twelve of the injured are aged under 16.
“These searches are connected to Monday’s attack on the Manchester Arena, but this is a fast-moving investigation and we are keeping an open mind at this stage”.
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In Brussels for a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit on Thursday, Prime Minister Theresa May confronted Trump over the issue.
“The flat is highly relevant as a location which we believe may be the final assembly place for the device”.
United States president Donald Trump had earlier said the leaks were “deeply troubling”.
Police issued a strongly worded statement late on Wednesday after the New York Timespublished photographs of the crime scene where a suicide bomber killed 22 people at a concert.
Mark Rowley, Assistant Commissioner for Specialist Operations in the Metropolitan Police Service, said detectives had made “immense progress” in the investigation, but warned there were still “important lines of inquiry” to pursue.
British media reported that Abdul Wahab Hafidah died after being run over and stabbed in the neck in Manchester’s Moss Side district in May previous year.
His father and brother have been detained in Libya.
The elder Abedi was allegedly a member of the al-Qaida-backed Libyan Islamic Fighting group in the 1990s, according to a former Libyan security official, Abdel-Basit Haroun.
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Libya said it was working closely with Britain to identify possible “terrorist networks” involved. However, he added that Abedi did not disclose he was heading for Manchester when he left Libya last week.
Another place searched was an apartment in a Manchester high-rise that British media say was rented by Abedi in the months before the attack.
A source close to the family said Abedi wanted to avenge the murder in Manchester past year of a friend of Libyan descent, with his sister Jomana Abedi also telling The Wall Street Journal newspaper that he might have been driven by a desire for revenge.
Trump strongly condemned on Thursday the “troubling” leaks and promised that an investigation will be launched.
French Interior Minister Gerard Collomb said Abedi had “likely” been to Syria after the trip to Libya, citing information provided by British intelligence services to their counterparts in Paris.
Omar Alfa Khuri, who lives across the street, said he was awakened at 2:30 a.m.by a loud noise and saw police take away the father of the family that lives there in handcuffs.
This is the first fans have heard from the 23-year-old pop star since she posted a tweet that she was “broken” in lieu of Monday night’s horrific attack.
Residents were later allowed to return.
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The disclosure of potential evidence “undermines our investigations and the confidence of victims, witnesses and their families”. May chaired a meeting of the government’s Cobra emergency response committee at her Downing Street office on Wednesday morning.
Prime Minister Theresa May on Tuesday placed the country on its highest level of terror alert – “critical” – meaning a new attack is believed to be imminent. Hundreds of soldiers were sent to secure key sites across the country, including Buckingham Palace and the British Parliament at Westminster.