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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.
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.
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.
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.>>
> Abedi's brother 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. The details of these operations now are secret, even to the US.