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Manchester Bomber Bought Most Of Weapon's Parts By Himself, Police Say - NPR

In the days before the Manchester Arena attack, Salman Abedi, the man police have identified as the bomber, "made most of the purchases of the core components" of the weapon himself and was largely alone as he moved about the city, British police say ...and more »

FBI 'warned MI5 in January that Salman Abedi was planning terror attack in UK' - The Independent

British intelligence agency MI5 was reportedly warned by its US counterpart that Salman Abedi was planning an attack on UK soil, three months before he blew himself up outside an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester. FBI agents are said to have informed ...and more »

How Manchester bomber Salman Abedi was radicalised by his links to Libya - The Guardian

“Whoever played with his mind, as he saw the kids coming out [of the arena] – all the happy faces – he should have changed his mind.” Those were the words late last week of Hisham Ben Ghalbon, a proud Manchester resident, a Libyan and a man, like so ...and more »

Huge scale of terror threat revealed: UK home to 23000 jihadists - The Times

Intelligence officers have identified 23,000 jihadist extremists living in Britain as potential terrorist attackers, it emerged yesterday. The scale of the challenge facing the police and security services was disclosed by Whitehall sources after ...and more »

UK Police Issue Photo Of Manchester Attacker, Believe Bomb Made In City Apartment - HuffPost

Police need any information the public might have about Salman Abedi movements from May 18 when he returned to Britain. British police on Saturday released a photograph of Salman Abedi on the night he killed 22 people in a suicide bomb attack in ...and more »

Manchester police cordon off area as bomb squad investigates - The Times of Israel

Police officers stand guard outside a property on Springfield Street in Wigan, northern England on May 30, 2017, following a raid on a residential property as their investigations continues into the May 22 terror attack at the Manchester Arena. (AFP ...and more »

The Manchester attack revealed crucial differences in how the British and American press operate - Prospect

With Trump as president, the US press seem to be operating on a system of leak first, ask later. Photo: Wikimedia commons. In the aftermath of the suicide bombing in Manchester a week ago, important questions are being asked about Britain's ...and more »

Terrorists who helped Salman Abedi bomb Manchester Arena could still be at large warns Home Secretary - Mirror.co.uk

Terrorists who helped Salman Abedi bomb the Manchester Arena could still be at large, Home Secretary Amber Rudd warned today. Ms Rudd said "potentially" other members of Abedi's group could still be free and "we can't be entirely sure that it is closed ...and more »

23000 people have been 'subjects of interest' as scale of terror threat emerges after Manchester attack - Telegraph.co.uk

As many as 23,000 people have appeared on the radar of counter-terror agencies, according to new figures laying bare the scale of the potential threat. In the wake of the Manchester suicide bombing it emerged that British authorities were grappling ...and more »

Thoughts on the Manchester Bombing - The Michigan Review

Rhetoric in the political world and the media varied following Monday's attack on a concert at the Manchester Arena in Manchester, England. The bombing, which left 23 dead and 120 injured, was condemned by most public figures. Many thoughts and prayers ...and more »