British police arrested a woman in Manchester on Wednesday as part of their investigation into a terror attack at a pop concert in the city, bringing the total number of arrests to five men and one woman.
A British minister said Wednesday it was "irritating" that details about the Manchester concert bombing had been leaked to US media before being released in Britain, saying she had spoken to US authorities.
Police made arrests in Manchester and Tripoli on Wednesday as the investigation into a suicide bomber who killed 22 people at a concert venue packed with children focused on tracking down a network of accomplices who authorities fear could strike again.
In a call last month with the Philippines' president, U.S. President Donald Trump described North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un as a "madman with nuclear weapons" who could not be let on the loose, according to a leaked Philippine transcript of their call.
Police fired tear gas and stun grenades Wednesday in confrontations with a crowd of at least 25,000 marching on Brazil's presidential palace to demand the resignation of embattled President Michel Temer and an end to austerity reforms.
Written by Natasha Jog | Wednesday May 24, 2017, WASHINGTON
As tension spikes again between New Delhi and Islamabad, far away in Washington DC, a group of Indian student-entrepreneurs talk about how the tit-for-tat between the two neighbours hasn't impacted their relations with Pakistanis here. It is easier to be friends outside the subcontinent, they say.
The father and the younger brother of the suicide bomber who killed 22 people at a concert venue in Manchester have been arrested in Tripoli, a spokesman for a local counter-terrorism force said on Wednesday.