Manchester attack 'hero' in court for 'theft from victims'
A homeless man hailed as a hero for coming to the aid of victims of the Manchester Arena terror attack in May appeared in court on Wednesday charged with stealing from two of them.
Funeral held for youngest victim of Manchester attack
Mourners carrying roses paid their last respects on Wednesday to eight-year-old Saffie Rose Roussos, the youngest of the 22 victims of the Manchester Arena bomb attack.
Police makes fresh arrest over Manchester bombing
British police said Saturday they had arrested a new suspect in the May 22 terrorist attack at a pop concert in Manchester, bringing to 11 the number of men in custody.
Manchester evacuations: Police probe car linked to attack
British police on Friday evacuated an area in south Manchester after identifying a car that "may be significant to the investigation" into last week's terror attack that killed 22 people.
Station reopens as Manchester picks up after attack
A train station next to the scene of last week's suicide bombing in Manchester reopened Tuesday for the first time since the carnage in which 22 people were killed, as the city slowly returned to normal.
Manchester attack probe: 16 people in detention
A total of 16 people are in detention in Britain and Libya over the May 22 suicide bombing at a pop concert in the English city of Manchester by a British-born man of Libyan origin.
Life must go on despite attack, says Conte
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte paid tribute to the victims of the Manchester terror attack on Friday, but said it should not change the way people go about their lives.
Manchester attack probe: 10 people in detention
A total of 10 people are in detention in Britain and Libya over Monday's suicide bombing on a pop concert in the northwestern English city of Manchester by a British-born man of Libyan origin.
Trump threatens prosecution over Manchester attack leaks
President Donald Trump on Thursday described US intelligence leaks over the Manchester bombing as "deeply troubling" and threatened to prosecute those responsible, after a warning by British Prime Minister Theresa May to keep shared data "secure".