British police say searching house in Wigan in connection with Manchester attack
- Author: Jack Mann May 29, 2017,
May 29, 2017, 5:07
"Everyone's just anxious aren't they, everyone, no matter where they are... it's scary stuff", said David Bailey, 29, who manages a property one street away from where the bomb squad was brought in.
The National Police Chiefs' Council said the leaks undermines the investigation into the terror attack.
"The alleged leaks coming out of government agencies are deeply troubling", Trump said in the statement.
Home Secretary Amber Rudd said she was "confident" the leaks would stop and the suspension of intelligence-sharing would be temporary.
Police are hunting for a possible bomb-maker after the 22-year-old attacker, British-born Salman Abedi, detonated a sophisticated device at a concert venue packed with children.
British officials are particularly angry that photos detailing evidence about the bomb were published in The New York Times, although it's not clear that the paper obtained the photos from US officials. Upon her arrival in Brussels, May said the U.S. "They are unjust to the Arabs".
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Women cry after placing flowers in a square in central Manchester.
She said: "The police escorted us back to the house and told us to stay inside until things started clearing". They include five children at the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital. "Very wicked, to target that sort of thing".
Investigators are chasing Abedi's potential links with jihadi militants in Manchester, Europe, North Africa and the Middle East.
Fifteen-year-old Millie Robson, wearing an Ariana Grande T-shirt, told the queen she had won VIP tickets to the pop star's concert.
The teenager credited her father's quick action in picking her up and tying off her wounds to stem the bleeding.
Three other people were detained this morning over the atrocity.
In addition to those killed, 116 people received medical treatment at Manchester hospitals for wounds from the blast. Contributing to this report were Sylvia Hui in London, Rob Harris in Manchester, Frank Jordans in Berlin, Julie Pace in Brussels and Matt Sedensky in NY.