>> US President Donald Trump promising action on leaks that have soured relations with the UK. That after series of revelation by the US papers over the Manchester bombing investigation. The attacker's name published before British police had confirmed it. Detailed forensic pictures of the crime scene then appearing in the New York Times.
On Thursday, UK Prime Minister Theresa May confronted Trump over the leaks at a NATO summit in Brussels. He says he's seeking an official review, and anyone found responsible will be brought to justice. In the meantime, UK police have stopped talking to US spies, Reuters Alastair Smelt.>> I think that's the background to what you could see as a deterioration in relations between certainly from the British side in and how they are thinking about sharing information.
They are in pursuit of a possible bomb maker, they don't think that Abedi was acting alone. And they're saying that these leaks are disruptive to their investigations.>> The withdrawal of cooperation almost unprecedented for two close allies, as are May's public hints at her anger with the US.
>> Intelligence that is shared between law enforcement agencies must remain secure.>> Despite the leaks the manhunt continues, several arrested in the UK as police track down what they suspect is a network connected to bomber Salman Abedi. Meanwhile, his family has been traced through Libya, police there detaining Abedi's father just as he conducted an interview with Reuters.
Abedi's brother also also detained on suspicion that he was planning an attack in the Libyan capital, but the arrests have done little to calm nerves. Police raids continuing in Manchester, part of the city also cordoned off Thursday as bomb disposal experts investigated a suspect package. The details of these operations now a secret even to the US.