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Published: Sun, May 28, 2017
National | By Glenda Ortiz

Ariana Grande to perform benefit concert for Manchester attack victims


British police have resumed intelligence-sharing with the United States after a row over leaks concerning the Manchester bombing investigation.

The officials suggested trust had been "breached" and the investigation had been "undermined". Home Secretary Amber Rudd had earlier criticized U.S. officials for sharing details of the atrocity with American media.

Greater Manchester Police say two men were arrested overnight in Manchester and in the Withington area in the south of the city.

Authorities believe he had help in building the bomb, which photographs published by the New York Times showed was sophisticated and powerful, and that his accomplices could be ready to strike again. The latest arrest took place in the Rusholme ward of Manchester on Friday and followed by a few hours the detention of another suspect in the inner-city Moss Side neighbourhood, Efe news reported.

The Manchester attack - the deadliest on British soil in more than a decade - prompted the government to raise the terror threat for the first time in 10 years.

British Prime Minister Theresa May said earlier she would tell Trump that intelligence shared between their two countries had to remain secure, in a rare public show of dissatisfaction with Britain's closest security ally.

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

A police statement didn't provide any details about why the man was arrested, but noted that the department's investigation of Monday's bombing after an Ariana Grande concert was "fast-moving".

"Innocent little girls and so many others were horribly murdered and badly injured while attending a concert - attractive lives with so much great potential, torn from their families for ever and ever".

Libya is working closely with Britain to identify possible "terrorist networks" involved in the attack at a pop concert in Manchester, a senior Libyan official said Thursday.

May also said "we have a special relationship with the USA".

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