• Manchester terror attack suspect identified

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    British authorities later identified the attacker as Salman Abedi on May 23. While the Islamic State has claimed credit for the Manchester assault, U.S. Kate Tinsley, whose daughter Jessica is best friends with Saffie at Tarleton Community Primary School near Preston in Lancashire, said: "I've tried to contact Saffie's mum and none of the messages have gone through on the phone".
  • In Bethlehem, Trump seems to reject Netanyahu's outside-in approach

    In Bethlehem, Trump seems to reject Netanyahu's outside-in approach

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    Donald Trump on Monday was on the second stop of his first global tour, having arrived from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, aboard Air Force One, Efe news reported. He said the issue would be discussed during Trump's trip. "It will leave an impression on me for ever". She says Israel can often be a center of hostility and friction.
  • Bomber set off blast after Ariana Grande concert

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    ISIS claimed on Tuesday that "a soldier of the caliphate planted bombs in the middle of Crusaders gatherings" then detonated them, but Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats said that the USA had not yet verified that the terror group was responsible.
  • Ariana Grande 'broken' after concert attack

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    Australia was acting to protect places of mass gathering, he said, and Australia stood with the United Kingdom as "steadfast allies in freedom's cause". "All our thoughts are with the victims and the families of those who have been affected", said May, who was due to chair an emergency ministerial meeting at around 0800 GMT on Tuesday.
  • Here's what we know about the 'barbaric' Manchester Arena attack so far

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    The arena explosion occurred shortly after Ariana Grande left the stage at the arena, the city's largest indoor venue with a concert capacity of around 18,000. "Later on this morning, I will be attending COBRa, chaired by the Prime Minister, to collect more information - to find out more - about this particular attack, and I can't comment any more on that at the moment.
  • Manchester soccer coach's wife, daughters escape terror attack

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    The first victim to be named in the aftermath of the Manchester attack was 18-year-old Georgina Callander . "The attacker. died at the arena". A suicide bomber with an "improvised" explosion device targeted a concert arena in Manchester as thousands of young people streamed from the venue.
  • 'Broken' Ariana Grande suspends tour after attack at Manchester gig kills 22

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    Meanwhile, the Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for bombing the pop concert. He detonated the device in the lobby area of the Manchester Arena concert hall as fans of all ages, many wearing bunny ears, were walking out. Then madness broke out", she said. Emmanuel Macron, newly elected president of France which has been hard hit by Islamist attacks in recent years, will offer Prime Minister Theresa May cooperation in a call later in the day, Macron's office said.
  • Nicki Minaj Is 'Celibate' But Confirms Dating Nas On 'Ellen'

    Nicki Minaj Is 'Celibate' But Confirms Dating Nas On 'Ellen'

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    It was then Nicki spilled the beans on their budding courtship and confirmed they've had "sleepovers", but made it clear she's trying her best to remain celibate. Minaj replied by telling the comedian that she thinks Nas is "dope" and truly admires him. DeGeneres was down: "Somebody bring me my phone - I'm gonna text her that we're in a feud".