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UK police make new arrest over Manchester attack, 11 in custody

13 Juin 2017

Ismail Abedi, the brother of Manchester bomber Salman Abedi, has been released without charge.

Counter-terrorism police have said they believe Salman Abedi acted largely alone as he assembled the nail bomb, having initially feared the killer was helped by a network of accomplices.

It is understood that the search did not uncover the suitcase and...

Twelve men aged between 18 and 44 are now in custody on suspicion of terrorism offences in connection with the attack.

Greater Manchester Police say he was arrested in Chorlton the day after the 22 May attack at an Ariana Grande concert.

Police had been trying to establish why Abedi went to the Banff Road area in Rusholme, where the auto was found.

He is the eight person to be released from United Kingdom custody without any further action, while another ten remain in cells.

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The auto, a white Nissan Micra, was found in an area of the Rusholme neighbourhood, which authorities cordoned off and evacuated.

Six other people had been arrested but were released without charge.

Police said the nearby Royal Manchester Infirmary remained open but Ronald McDonald House, which provides accommodation for families of patients at the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, had been evacuated.

Grande returned to Britain on Friday ahead of the One Love Manchester concert on to benefit victims.

He wrote he was so happy, "i could burst!"

The second in line to the throne later visited Manchester Cathedral, where he praised the grit of the city and those who responded to the attack.