British police make 10th arrest in Manchester bombing probe

British police make 10th arrest in Manchester bombing probe
UK authorities have arrested another suspect in the “fast moving investigation” into the terrorist attack on the Manchester Arena, bringing the total number of arrests to ten – with eight men still in custody.

Greater Manchester Police arrested the man on Friday morning in connection with Monday’s bombing which killed 22 people following Ariana Grande’s concert in Manchester.

“This morning we have arrested a man in the Moss Side Area,” police said in a statement.

“As it stands ten people in total have been arrested in connection with the investigation, of which a man and a woman have since been released without charge,” the statement reads.

Authorities are keeping an “open mind” as the “fast-moving” investigation continues, the police added.

Police also conducted a search at an address in the ”St. Helens area of Merseyside,” in North West England on Friday morning.

Two men were arrested in Manchester on Thursday morning. One of them was detained following searches of an address in the Withington area of the city, while the other was arrested in a part of Greater Manchester that was not disclosed. Raids across the area continue.

“I want to reassure people that the arrests that we have made are significant,” Greater Manchester Police Chief Constable Ian Hopkins told reporters Thursday.

“These searches will take several days to complete, as you would expect, therefore there will be some disruption. However, it is important that we continue with these searches,” Hopkins said. “We are now carrying out associated searches at a number of addresses.”

On Monday night, British-born Salman Abedi detonated a “highly sophisticated” nail bomb at Manchester Arena killing 22 people, including young children. Twenty people are still in a critical condition in hospital following Britain’s worst terrorist attack since the 7/7 atrocity 12 years ago.

Manchester attack: Three more arrests in bomber investigation

  • 24 May 2017
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Salman Abedi
Image captionSalman Abedi has been named by police as the Manchester bomber

Three more men have been arrested as police continue to investigate whether Manchester Arena bomber Salman Abedi acted alone.

Abedi’s 23-year-old brother has also been arrested.

Abedi killed 22 and injured 64 when he blew himself up outside an Ariana Grande concert on Monday night. An off-duty policewoman is among the dead, the BBC understands.

The UK terror threat level is now up to its highest level of “critical”.

This means more attacks may be imminent.

Military personnel are being deployed to protect key sites.

The Palace of Westminster has been closed to the public following police advice, and will not re-open until further notice, its website said.

Home Secretary Amber Rudd said: “[Monday’s attack] was more sophisticated than some of the attacks we’ve seen before, and it seems likely – possible – that he wasn’t doing this on his own.”

BBC security correspondent Frank Gardner said that the bomber is thought to have been a “mule”, using a device built by someone else.


Who are the victims?

Clockwise, from top left: Georgina Callander, Saffie Roussos, Olivia Campbell, Martyn Hett, Marcin Klis, Angelika Klis, Kelly Brewster and John Atkinson

The victims include Nell Jones, 14, eight-year-old Saffie Roussos, Alison Howe, Lisa Lees, Jane Tweddle-Taylor, 50, Martyn Hett, 29, and Olivia Campbell, 15, .

Kelly Brewster, 32, John Atkinson, 28, Georgina Callander – thought to be 18 – and Marcin and Angelika Klis, a Polish couple from York, have also been named.

An off-duty police officer – who has not yet been named – was also among those killed, the BBC understands. Her husband is believed to be critically ill and their two children were also injured.

Of the 64 injured, 20 are in a critical condition, and some have lost limbs. Twelve of them are known to be children.

Several people are still missing, including Eilidh MacLeod, 14, from Barra in the Outer Hebrides, Chloe Rutherford, 17, and Liam Curry, 19.

Eilidh’s friend, Laura MacIntyre, 15, who was also reported as missing, was later identified as one of the seriously injured in a Manchester hospital.

The police believe they have now identified all those killed and informed their families.

They will formally name the victims after post-mortem examinations, a process likely to take four or five days.

A hotline has been set up for people concerned about loved ones – 0800 096 0095.


What does a ‘critical’ threat level mean?

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Image captionSoldiers join police officers patrolling in London

Prime Minister Theresa May said soldiers are being placed at Buckingham Palace, Downing Street, embassies and the Palace of Westminster to support armed police in protecting the public.

Military personnel may also be seen at other events over the coming weeks, such as concerts, Mrs May said, working under the command of police officers.

She said she did not want people to feel “unduly alarmed” but said it was a “proportionate and sensible response”.

Mrs Rudd said 984 troops had been deployed in the first instance. Up to 3,800 are available.

She said she “absolutely” expected the raising of the threat level to critical to be temporary, adding that the bomber had been known “up to a point” by the intelligence services.

The highest threat level, which is decided by the Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre – a group of experts from the police, government departments and agencies – has only been reached twice before.

Timeline

The first time the threat level was raised to critical was in 2006 during a major operation to stop a plot to blow up transatlantic airliners with liquid bombs.

The following year, security chiefs raised it once more as they hunted for the men who had tried to bomb a London nightclub and attacked Glasgow Airport.

The Metropolitan Police says it has increased its presence across London.

Meanwhile, Chelsea Football Club have cancelled their Premier League victory parade, due to take place in London on Sunday, so as not to divert police resources.

In Northern Ireland, extra police officers have also been deployed at key sites and on transport networks.


Who was the attacker?

Salman Abedi is understood to be a 22-year-old born in Manchester to parents of Libyan descent, and a former University of Salford student.

He attended Burnage Academy for Boys in Manchester between 2009-11.

Hamid El-Said, who worked for the UN on tackling radicalisation and who now works at the Manchester Metropolitan University, said Abedi had a “really bad relationship” with his family and his parents had tried but failed to keep him on the “right path”.

“Eventually he was doing very bad at his university, at his education, and he didn’t complete, and they tried to take him back to Libya several times. He had difficulties adjusting to European lifestyle,” he added.

  • Abedi blew himself up in Manchester Arena’s foyer shortly after 22:30 BST on Monday
  • Fans were beginning to leave a concert by US singer Ariana Grande
  • Witnesses at the arena described seeing metal nuts and bolts among the debris of Monday’s bomb, and spoke about the fear and confusion that gripped concert-goers
  • The arena bombing is the worst attack in the UK since the 7 July bombings in 2005, in which 52 people were killed by four suicide bombers
  • So-called Islamic State has said – via IS channels on the messaging app Telegram – it was behind the attack, but this has not been verified

A former classmate of Abedi’s told the BBC that he was a “very jokey lad” but also “very short tempered” and would get angry at “the littlest thing”.

The man, who did not want to be identified, said Abedi was “away at random times throughout the year” but he did not know if he was abroad or playing truant because he hung around “the wrong crowd and was very, very gullible”.

“You could tell him anything and he would pretty much fall for it.”

He said that, before leaving the school in 2011, Abedi became “more and more religious” and that this might explain why he cut ties with former classmates.


What’s happening with the investigation?

Police officersImage copyrightAFP

Apart from the three arrests in south Manchester on Wednesday, Abedi’s older brother Ismael was arrested in Chorlton, south Manchester, on Tuesday in connection with the attack.

On Wednesday afternoon, police raided a block of flats near Manchester Piccadilly station in the city centre, requiring them to briefly close the railway line.

Met Police Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley, who is the national counter-terrorism policing lead, said the investigation was “fast-moving and making good progress”.

“However, a critical line of inquiry is whether the dead terrorist was acting alone or part of a group,” he said.

“We still have critical lines of inquiry they’re chasing down which has led to a level of uncertainty.”

Anyone with information about the attack can call the anti-terror hotline on 0800 789321.


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Morrissey slams ‘petrified’ British politicians for not labeling Manchester attack as Islamic extremism

Musician Morrissey ripped into British politicians for failing to say Islamic extremism was the motivation behind Monday night’s bombing outside of an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester.

The UK singer, who grew up in Manchester and was celebrating his birthday in the city at the time of the bombing, did not hold back in a lengthy Facebook post in which he called out UK Prime Minister Theresa May and several British politicians.

“Theresa May says such attacks ‘will not break us,’ but her own life is lived in a bullet-proof bubble, and she evidently does not need to identify any young people today in Manchester morgues,” the former Smiths frontman wrote. “Also, ‘will not break us’ means that the tragedy will not break her, or her policies on immigration. The young people of Manchester are already broken – thanks all the same, Theresa.”

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He then criticized Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham for calling the terrorist attack the work of an “extremist” but not specifying Islamic extremism.

“An extreme what? An extreme rabbit?” Morrissey questioned.

He also slammed London Mayor Sadiq Khan for “not condemn[ing the] Islamic State – who have claimed responsibility for the bomb.”

“In modern Britain everyone seems petrified to officially say what we all say in private,” the 58-year-old concluded. “Politicians tell us they are unafraid, but they are never the victims. How easy to be unafraid when one is protected from the line of fire. The people have no such protections.”

Monday night’s suicide bombing attack outside the Manchester Arena following an Ariana Grande concert killed 22 people including girls ages 8, 15 and 18.

The Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attack and British authorities identified the terrorist as 22-year-old British citizen Salman Abedi.

Grande returned to the United States Tuesday and has remained mostly silent since the attack.

She tweeted Monday night, “broken. from the bottom of my heart, i am so so sorry. i don’t have words.”

You can find Sasha Savitsky on Twitter @SashaFB.

Manchester terror attack suspect identified as Salman Abedi

British authorities on Tuesday identified the suicide bomber who launched a deadly attack at a Manchester Ariana Grande concert, hours after the Islamic State terror group claimed responsibility for the blast.

Salman Abedi, 22, was identified as the man who detonated an improvised explosive device at about 10:30 p.m. local time Monday, killing more than 20 people, some of them children, and injuring dozens more, Manchester police confirmed in a news conference on Tuesday. At least 12 children under the age of 16 were injured, emergency responders said. An 8-year-old girl was among the dead.

A European security official told the Associated Press that Abedi was British. No additional details about Abedi were immediately available.

TIMELINE OF RECENT TERROR ATTACKS AGAINST THE WEST

It was previously reported that Abedi was 23, but police clarified that another 23-year-old man was arrested. Two warrants have been issued at two separate residences. Officers used a police-controlled explosive device to gain entry into one home.

ISIS claimed on Tuesday that “a soldier of the caliphate planted bombs in the middle of Crusaders gatherings” then detonated them, but Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats said that the U.S. had not yet verified that the terror group was responsible.

The explosion unfolded outside Manchester Arena as Grande’s concert was coming to a close. The pop star, who wasn’t injured, reportedly suspended her Dangerous Woman Tour following the attack. She wrote on Twitter, “broken. from the bottom of my heart, I am so so sorry. I don’t have words.”

Officials believe the device was packed with shrapnel, built to inflict as much human damage as possible, according to U.S. law enforcement sources. Manchester police said one of their priorities is to investigate whether the attacker acted alone or had some kind of support.

Politicians both at home and abroad condemned the attack. British Prime Minister Theresa May called the attack “appalling, sickening cowardice.”

MANCHESTER ARENA WAS PACKED WITH ARIANA GRANDE’S YOUNG FANS

“We struggle to comprehend the warped and twisted mind that sees a room packed with young children not as a scene to cherish but as an opportunity for carnage,” she said.

President Donald Trump slammed those responsible for the attack as “losers.”

“I won’t call them ‘monsters’ because they would like that term… I will call them, from now on, ‘losers’ because that’s what they are, they’re losers.”

Fox News’ Jake Gibson and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Mosque near Manchester set on fire in ‘possible retaliation’ against concert bombing

Mosque near Manchester set on fire in ‘possible retaliation’ against concert bombing
The door of an Islamic center in Oldham, outside Manchester, was set alight in an arson attack hours following the suicide bombing at the nearby Manchester Arena in which 22 people died.

“Last night at around 2am somebody has started a fire through our letterbox. The door is completely burnt down. Very soon after a member of the public was walking past and called the fire brigade. Thankfully nobody was inside at the time,” Mohammad Saddiq, the imam of the Qasmia Zahidia Islamic Centre told the Daily Mail. “We have no idea why somebody would target us. We are a religious and educational center. I’ve been involved her for three years and never dealt with anything like this.”

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Jamia Qasmia Zahidia Islamic Centre on Villa Road, , was set alight by aronists around 2am last night.

Police are currently examining CCTV footage from the arson site but Saddiq believes the attack may have been a response to what the government believes was a terrorist act perpetrated by UK-born Muslim man Salman Abedi, 22.

“People are upset,” said Saddiq. “There’s a possibility that it’s a retaliation to what happened in Manchester last night but we can’t confirm that. It’s sad to see more misery in Manchester. What happened last night was terrible but this is not the way to respond.”

In the wake of the deadliest terrorist attack on UK soil since the London bombings in 2005, police in Glasgow removed graffiti with the word ‘ISIS’ inscribed inside a heart and painted on the wall of the city’s central mosque.

Police said they were informed about the sign prior to the attack on Saturday May, 20, and “enquiries are continuing” concerning the defacers.

Authorities have warned of potential backlash against Muslims, who constitute around 5 percent of the UK’s population. Police reported a “slight uplift” in “Islamophobic incidents” following the previous notable terrorist attack at Westminster in March, in which five victims and the perpetrator, a Muslim man, died.

So far, most of the tension anger over the latest incidents has been expressed through social media, where accusations of “Islamophobia” and appeasement of Islamist terror have been traded in the aftermath of Monday’s deadly episode in Manchester.

Manchester police arrest suspect and carry out raids in terrorist attack probe (PHOTOS, VIDEOS)

Manchester police arrest suspect and carry out raids in terrorist attack probe (PHOTOS, VIDEOS)
An armed police operation has resulted in the arrest of one man suspected of involvement in Monday’s suicide bomb attack in Manchester.

In footage that has emerged online, officers in black face masks can be seen arresting a man outside Morrisons supermarket in the suburb of Chorlton at about 10:30 am Tuesday.

READ MORE: Manchester suicide bomber named by police

The suspect has yet to be officially named, but police have confirmed the man is aged 23.

Meanwhile, Greater Manchester Police have named the Manchester Arena bomber as 22-year-old Salman Abedi.

Armed police arrest 23 yr old man in Chorlton in connection with terror attack in Manchester.

Arrest in Chorlton, Manchester earlier today as police investigate arena terror attack in city centre.

READ MORE: Manchester vigil: Memorial held for victims of concert suicide bombing (VIDEO)

Following the arrest, police carried out two separate raids on homes in suburban areas of Manchester.

A flat in Whalley Range and a house in Fallowfield were raided by armed police officers and examined by forensic teams. A controlled explosion was carried out at the Fallowfield address at 12:30pm to gain access to the home.

With regards to last night’s incident at the Manchester arena, we can confirm we have arrested a 23-year-old man in South Manchester.

Police confirmed the executed warrants and controlled explosion were part of the investigation into last night’s attack.

Officers have been combing the streets of the city since being alerted to the attack that claimed the lives of 22 people and injured a further 59 in Manchester Arena.

UK PM: Terrorism threat level raised to critical, new attack ‘imminent’

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British Prime Minister Theresa May has condemned the attack on a concert in Manchester, calling it an act of “sickening cowardice.” Political leaders in Britain have agreed to suspend campaigning for upcoming elections.

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British Prime Minister Theresa May said the attack that killed 22 people in Manchester on Monday evening was “among the worst terrorism we have experienced in the United Kingdom,” adding that police believed they knew the identity of the suicide bomber.

The man behind the explosion that shook the Manchester Arena following an Ariana Grande concert, aimed to cause “maximum carnage” by detonating his bomb outside one of the exits, May said. She condemned the “cold calculation” shown by the targeting of children and young people.

Read: World leaders condemn Manchester attack

“All acts of terrorism are cowardy attacks on the innocent  people, but this attack stands out for its appalling sick cowardice,” the prime minister said.

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22 people dead in Manchester concert attack

May paid tribute to the response by emergency services, as well as to members of the public who helped look after those caught up in the attack.

“While we experienced the worst of humanity in Manchester last night, we also saw the best,” the prime minister said.

Read: Manchester and the world show solidarity with concert attack victims

May said that a number of those being treated in hospital were suffering from “life-threatening injuries.”

Britain’s Queen Elizabeth expressed her deepest sympathy for those affected by the attack, which she described as an “act of barbarity.”

“The whole nation has been shocked by the death and injury in Manchester last night of so many people, adults and children, who had just been enjoying a concert,” said the queen in a statement.

Read: From Madrid to Manchester – a timeline of terror in Europe

Earlier, opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn reacted to the “terrible incident” on Twitter, saying his “thoughts were with all those affected.” He later posted a longer statement.

I am horrified by the horrendous events in Manchester. My thoughts are with families and friends of those who have died and been injured.

Political leaders spoke on Tuesday and had agreed to suspend their election campaigns “until further notice” following the attacks. National elections are scheduled in Britain for June 8.

Britain’s Home Secretary Amber Rudd said the blast in Manchester was “a barbaric attack, deliberately targeting some of the most vulnerable in our society – young people and children out at a pop concert.”

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