Manchester suicide bomber may have largely acted alone, police say - The Denver Post

Emergency services personnel speak to people outside Manchester Arena after reports of an explosion at the venue during an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England, Monday, May 22, 2017. Several people have died following an explosion Monday ...

What Policy Changes Are Needed after the Manchester Attack? - RUSI Analysis

A week after the atrocity in Manchester, it is now possible to draw some preliminary conclusions: there clearly was a breakdown in the intelligence flow that led to suicide bomber Salman Abedi slipping through the net; there are enduring questions ...

Manchester Attacker Mainly Acted Alone, UK Police Say - New York Times

A vigil in St. Ann's Square, Manchester, to commemorate the victims of the bombing last week. Credit Andrew Testa for The New York Times. LONDON — The man who detonated explosives at a pop concert in Manchester, England, last week, killing 22 ...

Bomb squad rush to scene where Manchester bomber Salman Abedi was last seen with mystery blue suitcase - Mirror.co.uk

A bomb disposal team have rushed to the scene near where Manchester bomber Salman Abedi was last seen with a mystery blue suitcase which the police urgently appealed for information on. Greater Manchester Police have confirmed in the last half hour ...

Manchester attacker Salman Abedi bought most bomb components alone – police - RT

Salman Abedi shopped alone for most of the components used to build the suicide bomb he detonated in Manchester Arena last week, killing 22 and injuring dozens more. According to police, Abedi, 22, acted alone in the run up to the “awful” attack on the ...

UN Criticism over Britain's Anti-Terror Strategy Two Days Before Manchester Bombing - Center for Research on Globalization

Reuters reports that: Britain has been undergoing a subtle but alarming shift towards criminalising peaceful protest and free expression, said a U.N. report on Monday that likened it to a “Big Brother” state of surveillance and suspicion. I've been ...