memorial service commemorating the dead. The bishop of Manchester led a congregation in mourning those that lost their lives on Monday, after a suicide bomber attacked a packed concert hall in the city. Leading the service, David Walker, the Anglican Bishop of Manchester, read out the names of all 22 victims, and led prayers for the injured still in hospitals.
The service came as British police arrested a 14th person in connection with the attack. They also released CCTV images of Salman Abedi from the night of the attack. The 22 year old killed himself along with 22 others at the Manchester venue just after singer Ariana Grande had finished performing.
More than a hundred other people were injured, many seriously. Interior Minister Amber Rudd saying Sunday that some of Abedi's network could still be at large.>> I mean it's an ongoing operation. The operation is still at really full tilt in a way. And so until the operation is complete we can't be entirely sure that it is closed.
>> Police said on Sunday they had arrested a large part of the network behind the bombing, but some members are still potentially in hiding, as police continue to close in on the group.