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Who are the victims of the terror attack?

Who are the victims of the terror attack?

They were parents, sons, daughters, sisters, brothers, friends, colleagues and classmates. Some were waiting to collect their children, others were enjoying what should have been a fun night of pop music.

Opinion: Why the Libya connection matters

Opinion: Why the Libya connection matters

As UK security services investigate what led Salman Abedi, a 22-year-old-British national of Libyan descent, to carry out the deadliest attack on British soil since the London bombings, a key line of inquiry will be what he got up to during the three weeks he spent in Libya before the attack.

Manchester bomber visited Libya weeks before attack

Manchester bomber visited Libya weeks before attack

The 22-year-old behind the deadly bombing at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester was linked to a wider network and had returned to Britain from Libya just days before launching his attack, officials say.

What can governments actually do to stop terror?

What can governments actually do to stop terror?

One immediate consequence of the terror attack in Manchester on Monday night is the escalation of the terror threat level in the United Kingdom to “Critical.”

Manchester bomber, victims identified

Manchester bomber, victims identified

The Manchester concert attack, in tweets

The Manchester concert attack, in tweets

The first tweet came at 10:34 p.m. People in the arena thought a balloon had popped.

Obama, Clintons tweet condolences on Manchester attack

Obama, Clintons tweet condolences on Manchester attack

Former President Barack Obama expressed his support Tuesday for the victims of the deadly terrorist attack in Manchester, England.

‘Bodies scattered about everywhere’

‘Bodies scattered about everywhere’

Charlotte Campbell was praying her 15-year-old daughter was alive.

Deadly blast at Ariana Grande concert

Deadly blast at Ariana Grande concert

At least 19 people are dead and almost 60 injured in what police are treating as a terrorist incident Monday night at Manchester Arena, where pop singer Ariana Grande was performing.

Manchester: No stranger to adversity

Manchester: No stranger to adversity

The city of Manchester, where at least 19 people were killed by a suspected suicide attacker at a music concert Monday night, is no stranger to tragedy.

Photos: Manchester concert blast

Photos: Manchester concert blast

Local police confirmed that at least 19 people were killed and about 50 were injured after an incident at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England.

First lady’s hand swat a viral sensation

First lady’s hand swat a viral sensation

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife, Sara, rolled out the red carpet for President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump at Ben Gurion International Airport Monday morning, but one moment stood out: a flick of the wrist seen ’round the world.

Donald Trump’s many foreign policy flip-flops

Donald Trump’s many foreign policy flip-flops

President Donald Trump is winning kudos for the start of his nine-day foreign trip.

Ivanka Trump calls Western Wall visit ‘deeply meaningful’

Ivanka Trump calls Western Wall visit ‘deeply meaningful’

President Donald Trump made history on Monday when he became the first sitting president to visit Jerusalem’s Western Wall, one of the holiest sites in Judaism. But the trip was also “deeply meaningful” for daughter Ivanka, who appeared to cry as she visited the wall.

Analysis: Theresa May’s UK election slogan backfires

Analysis: Theresa May’s UK election slogan backfires

Theresa May tried to rescue her faltering British election campaign on Monday by accusing her opponents of “playing on the fears of elderly and vulnerable people” and dismissing claims that she has broken voters’ trust.

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