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Manchester bomber related to Al Qaeda, - media
10:35, 24 May 2017
Manchester bomber related to Al Qaeda, - media

Salman Abedi underwent training in terrorist camps, a source in U.S. military intelligence says

10:35, 24 May 2017

PETER BYRNE

The suspect in the Manchester terrorist attack had ties with Al Qaeda, NBC reports with reference to U.S. military intelligence.

American special services maintain that Salman Abedi, the key suspect in the attack trained in terrorist camps abroad; over the last 12 months, he repeatedly visited Libya.     

The suicide bomber’s identity was confirmed, when the police found his credit card on the blast site.  

The U.S. source that spoke to the NBC didn't rule out Abedi's relations with other terrorist groups.

As is known, at least 22 people have been killed and over 120 injured in what is being investigated as a suspected suicide bombing of a crowded pop concert in Manchester, the most deadly attack in Britain in a decade.

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