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for the first time. The bomb disposal squad is called to a house in Wigan. Police describe eight arrests made over the bombing as significant.
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15-year-old Millie Robson was still wearing her concert T-shirt. Her legs were badly injured in the bombing. So, Millie, your legs got hurt? Yeah. And you had enjoyed the concert? Yeah, it was really good. Was it? Yeah. I got to meet with her at the concert as well.
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Images of what is purported to be the explosive device used in Monday night's deadly bombing of a pop concert in Manchester have been published in US media as UK officials slammed US leaks on the investigation into the attack as "irritating."
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Ukip publishing its manifesto with a messaged focused on the bombing. It is not enough to light candles or signal your upset on social media. When you are a leader of a political party, you have a duty to set out how you would protect the.
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US President Donald Trump on Thursday intensified his accusations that NATO allies were not spending enough on defence and said more attacks such as this weeks bombing in Manchester would take place unless the alliance did more to stop militants. In unexpectedly abrupt remarks as NATO leaders stood alongside him, Trump said certain member countries owed massive amounts of money to the United States and NATO, even though allied contributions are voluntary, with multiple...
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though not the harder end of security, and shift them out of the security space. I thank you both. Now, yesterday saw almost 1,000 troops deployed on our streets to backfill for the police while the terror threat level is raised to critical following the Manchester bombing. That means an attack may be imminent. Troops will be used to guard important buildings, so the army was drafted into Parliament. We also saw members of the Army stationed in Whitehall,.
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The Prime Minister, arriving at Nato amid unprecedented tensions between the UK and US security services, after a series of damaging leaks about the Manchester bombing. We have a special relationship with the USA. It is our deepest defence and security partnership that we have
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The images of people helping one another in the wake of the deadly bombing of an Ariana Grande concert in England has prompted one writer to pay tribute to television icon Mr. Rogers.
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The police said that they were confident they had identified all 22 people who died in the attack, bringing a measure of closure after Britains worst terrorist attack since 2005.
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It comes as Ukip says Theresa May has some responsibility for the Manchester bombing. And - net migration to the UK falls by 84,000 - most of those leaving the country were EU citizens
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date pop gig, you publishing a manifesto with focus on the bombing. It is not enough to like Campbell's or signal how upset we are on social media. When you are a leader of the --.
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some hours ago in connection with the Manchester bombing. But more recently, around 6:20pm this evening one particular St was cleared and people were encouraged to leave their homes and what you are seeing is some of that police activity including as you can see in.
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noisy but they welcome tributes. Talking more about the suicide bombing. Yesterday, Sky News reported on the links between a number of jihadis from South Manchester and how they were recruited to Islamic State by one man, based on files leaked to us from the extremist group. Intelligence sources told us that Salmen Abedi was connected to that cell and today, an Imam confirmed the connections,.
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Owing to fears that leaks in the US media could compromise investigations, the UK police have stopped sharing information about Manchester bombing with the US.
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