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25 May 2017
Bomb disposal units responded to a call at a college in Manchester on Thursday which turned out to be a false alarm, police investigating Monday's terror attack in the city said.
25 May 2017
Queen Elizabeth II on Thursday visited in hospital some of the children injured in the Manchester terror attack which killed 22 people.
25 May 2017
European Union president Donald Tusk said talks with US President Donald Trump on Thursday revealed no "common position" on Russia, a subject on which the US leader faces pressure at home.
25 May 2017
Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May said Thursday she would raise the issue of leaks from a probe into the Manchester terror attack that have infuriated British authorities with their US counterparts.
25 May 2017
US President Donald Trump met the European Union's top officials on Thursday in a bid to mend ties with a bloc he deeply alarmed by backing Brexit.
25 May 2017
A total of 11 people have been arrested 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.
24 May 2017
Ecuador's new president Lenin Moreno takes office Wednesday, tasked with steering a flagship of the Latin American left through troubled economic and political waters.
24 May 2017
New French President Emmanuel Macron will seek an extension of the country's state of emergency until November 1 and wants to strengthen the power of security forces with a new law, the presidency announced on Wednesday.
23 May 2017
Britain raised its terror threat level to "critical" on Tuesday, meaning a new attack is believed to be imminent, and soldiers are being deployed to assist armed police, British Prime Minister Theresa May said.
23 May 2017
British police on Tuesday named the suspected attacker behind the Manchester concert bombing that killed 22 people as Salman Abedi, but declined to give any further details.
23 May 2017
The Islamic State group claimed responsibility Tuesday for a suicide bombing at a packed Manchester pop concert, killing at least 22 people including an eight-year-old girl in Britain's deadliest terror attack for more than a decade. Prime Minister Theresa May said the police knew the identity of the bomber, who died in the blast late…
23 May 2017
Children were among 22 people killed and dozens injured in a suspected suicide bombing at a pop concert by US star Ariana Grande, in Britain's deadliest terror attack in 12 years.

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