Manchester police not sharing intelligence with USA after leaks

Abedi's father and younger brother were arrested in Tripoli in Libya.

U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May said she would be confronting Trump directly at the summit following the publication of forensic photographs from the site of Monday night's bombing in the New York Times, subsequently published elsewhere including ABC News.

Monday's bombing prompted United Kingdom authorities to deploy soldiers through out the city and raise the terror threat level to "critical", the highest of five levels for worldwide terrorism, and at least two men have been arrested in connection to the attack, the Guardian reported.

At the same time, investigators are not ruling out the possibility that he may have made the bomb himself. The attack was the deadliest terror incident in Great Britain since the 2005 London bombings, which killed 52 people.

British security minister Ben Wallace told the BBC on Friday that police are "confident of rolling up" those responsible for the attack. But details about the investigation have emerged before being released by British authorities. Also found was the detonator, a $20 12 volt battery, and screws that were used as shrapnel.

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The government and the opposition have accused each other of sending armed groups to sow violence in the protests. The latest reports say that 46 people have died and around 1,000 have been injured during the protests.

Dagdoug said a network was involved in planning the attack.

Salman Abedi spent only a short time at Duesseldorf airport's transit area four days before the bombing at Manchester Arena, Duesseldorf police said, confirming an earlier report in German magazine Focus. The magazine also wrote that German authorities are trying to determine whether Abedi had contact with Islamic extremists in Germany.

All of this is likely to fuel further speculation, but British media quoted local Manchester residents as being "outraged" at quotes from his family speculating on why he carried out the attack, insisting that him having had any reason at all implied they were justifying what he did.

President Donald Trump's Administration has been leaking like a veritable sieve given the drumbeat of unnamed-sourced stories about investigations into Russian connections, conflicts of interest, high-profile firings and the general turmoil in the White House. The leaks of sensitive information pose a grave threat to our national security. The president asked the Department of Justice to conduct a full review of the leaks.

The reversal comes hours after U.K. Prime Minster Theresa May met with President Donald Trump at the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in Brussels on Thursday morning.

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