"Still can't process this": Delta Goodrem has paid tribute to the victims of Monday night's terror attack at Manchester Arena. Later on Thursday, May will reportedly raise the issue of the leaks with US President Donald Trump at a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation meeting in Brussels.
Ramadan Abedi was detained hours after he described in an interview with Bloomberg his disbelief over news his 22-year-old son had carried out the U.K.'s deadliest act of terrorism in more than a decade. USA leaks "undermine probe" But after of the bomber's identity and details of the probe were leaked, the intelligence-sharing relationship between close allies London and Washington was left rocking. "Making a bomb of this sort requires a certain level of expertise and competence", the source said.
The UK's National Police Chiefs' Council said it valued its relationships with "trusted intelligence, law enforcement and security partners around the world", saying this allowed "privileged and sensitive information" to be shared in the fight against terrorism.
Hashem and Ismail Abedi (left) and their father Ramadan.
Police in Tripoli arrested a brother of Abedi and his father.
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Collomb told France's BFM television that Abedi "grew up in Britain and then suddenly, after a trip to Libya and then likely to Syria, became radicalized and made a decision to carry out this attack".
Earlier on Wednesday, three men were arrested after police executed warrants in South Manchester.
Law enforcement in the United Kingdom continued to expand its investigation Wednesday, citing a wider terror network and arresting at least six people in connection with the attack.
Police in Tripoli arrested a brother of the bomber and his father.
The same force said Hashim Abedi told them that both he and his brother belonged to the so-called Islamic State. "In any case, the links with Daesh are proven", he said.
As police tried to piece together the British-born Abedi's past, Prime Minister Theresa May said security officials had raised their assessment of the threat to Britain to "critical", indicating an attack is imminent. Armed troops were sent to guard key sites, a rare sight in mainland Britain.