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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 »

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

The 22-year-old was influenced in part by the people who formed the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group, a little-known al-Qaida affiliate outlawed in 2004. Jamie Doward, Ian Cobain, Chris Stephen in Tunis, and Ben Quinn. Sun 28 May 2017 04.00 EDT Last ...and more »

Manchester attack: Abedi bought most bomb parts 'himself' - BBC News

Manchester bomber Salman Abedi bought most of the components used to make the bomb himself, police have said. Many of the suicide attacker's movements and actions were "carried out alone" in the four days prior to the attack, Russ Jackson, head of the ...and more »

A far-reaching police response: Every arrest and raid in connection with the Manchester Arena bomb - Manchester Evening News

The police response to the Manchester Arena suicide bombing has been swift and far-reaching. Armed police and special forces' personnel have raided homes and businesses across Greater Manchester and the country alongside specialist counter-terrorism ...and more »

Manchester attacks: MI5 probes bomber 'warnings' - BBC News

MI5 is to hold an inquiry into the way it dealt with warnings from the public that the Manchester suicide bomber, Salman Abedi, was a potential threat. The security service, which was alerted to Abedi's extremist views three times prior to last Monday ...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 »

Ariana Grande will reportedly head back to Manchester in a few days to play her benefit concert - NEWS.com.au

THE 23-year-old singer was devastated after her Manchester concert was targeted by a suicide bomber and now, she's vowed to return to the city. Nola Ojomu. The SunMay 28, 20175:46pm. Ariana Grande will return to the UK this week to perform a benefit ...and more »

Manchester attack: Fears Salman Abedi may have made other bombs ease as searches continue - The Independent

Fears that Salman Abedi may have manufactured other bombs are easing as police track down chemicals and equipment bought by the Manchester attacker. The Independent understands that all bomb-making materials have been accounted for in ongoing ...and more »

Armed police arrest man during fresh raids in Manchester bomb investigation - The Guardian

Dramatic operations undertaken throughout Manchester by officers investigating bombing of Manchester Arena concert by Salman Abedi. Nazia Parveen, Frances Perraudin and Vikram Dodd. Sun 28 May 2017 16.14 EDT First published on Sun 28 May 2017 ...and more »

Jeremy Corbyn blames terrorist attacks such as Manchester bombing on UK foreign policy - The Independent

Jeremy Corbyn has taken the hugely controversial step of blaming Britain's foreign wars for terror attacks such as the Manchester suicide bombing. The Labour leader claimed a link between “wars our government has supported or fought in other countries ...and more »