Manchester attack: 'Fury' at U.S. 'evidence' photos leak

Lawrence Kim
May 25, 2017

The singer is "traumatized" after the terrorist attack at her Manchester concert on Monday, but she is more concerned about the victims, a Grande source tells PEOPLE exclusively.

Ariana Grande has suspended her Dangerous Woman tour following the attack on her Manchester show which killed 22 people, including children and teenagers. He said 800 of them succeeded but that Britain stopped another 600 would-be recruits from reaching their destinations. The government said almost 1,000 soldiers were deployed Wednesday instead of police in high-profile sites in London and elsewhere.

Asked if the USA authorities had compromised the investigation, she said: "I wouldn't go that far".

British police said the suspect they arrested on Wednesday, was carrying a package which was being examined.

The terror threat level in the United Kingdom was yesterday raised to its highest level, critical, with Prime Minister Theresa May saying a further attack was likely and possibly imminent.

The father of the 22-year-old Briton who police say bombed a concert in Manchester insisted Wednesday that his son was innocent and just had been preparing to go on a pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia.

This morning's Changing the Guard ceremony at Buckingham Palace was cancelled to free up police officers for more urgent duties.

British Home Secretary Amber Rudd roasted the US Department of Homeland Security and other intelligence branches after the bomber's identity and details of the probe leaked out to US media before British officials felt ready to disclose them. British officials have also told The Associated Press that Salman was known to intelligence services and police.

Chelsea soccer club said it had cancelled a victory parade that had been scheduled to take place on Sunday to celebrate its Premier League title.

Muye Li, a 23-year-old student who lives on the third floor, said he heard an explosion as police stormed an apartment on his floor.

Suicide bomber Abedi was born in Britain to a Libyan family, grew up in Manchester's southern suburbs and once attended Salford University there. "He had difficulties adjusting to European lifestyle", he added.

Their father, 51-year-old Ramadan Abedi, was also arrested in Libya on Wednesday.

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.

"The British police have been very clear they want to control the flow of information in order to protect operational integrity, the element of surprise".

He said they had been anxious that Abedi was "supporting terrorism" and had expressed the view that "being a suicide bomber was ok".

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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