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>> British police have made two more arrests at this house in Manchester as they step up their efforts to capture a suspected network behind the suicide bomber who killed 22 people on Monday. Officers used a controlled explosion to gain access to the address. It brings the total up to 11 men who are now being questioned by detectives.
Police have also evacuated Manchester's Moss Side in a bomb probe. The threat level for terrorism in the UK has been reduced from critical to severe meaning an attack is highly likely, following Salman Abedi's attack at an Ariana Grande concert. Monday's suicide bombing, which targeted young people and children, took place just after the US pop star had finished performing.
She's announced she'll hold a benefit concert in Manchester for her fans, giving them a space to escape, celebrate, and heal. Security has been stepped up across the UK. Extra armed officers will be on duty over the holiday weekend, where there will be a number of high profile events, including football matches in London and Glasgow and the Great Manchester Run.
People have been advised to be vigilant, but to go out as planned and enjoy themselves.>>