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>> British police now refusing to share information with US spies, say Reuters sources, as they hunt down a network around the suspected Manchester suicide bomber. They've been infuriated by a series of leaks to US media. First, the bomber's name appeared in US papers before British police had confirmed it.
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But the final straw was the appearance of detailed forensic pictures of the bomb site, appearing in the New York Times. Reuters' Alistair Smout.>> I think that's the background to what you could see as a deterioration in relations between, certainly, from the British side in how they are thinking about sharing information.
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See, they are in pursuit of a possible bomb maker. They don't think that he was acting alone. And they're saying that these leaks are disruptive to their investigations.>> Interior Minister Amber Rudd also condemning the US for the leaks. That after Prime Minister Theresa May offered a rare public rebuke of her country's closest ally.
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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 to Libya. Police there detaining Abedi's father just as he conducted an interview with Reuters.>>
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> Abedi's brother also detained on suspicion that he was planning an attack in the Libyan capital.
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But the arrests have done little to calm nerves. Police raids continuing in Manchester. The details of these operations now are secret, even to the US.