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>> A network of people may have helped Salman Abedi carry out the attack that killed 22 people at Manchester Arena on Monday night. British police arresting three men on Wednesday and raiding another property in the center of the city. The 22 year old suicide bomber, known to security services, blew himself up at the end of an Ariana Grande concert attended by thousands of children and teenagers.
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Police are hunting for anyone who might have helped him build the bomb and who could be ready to kill again. We are grieving, but we are strong. More tributes appearing to those who perished. I'm Lucy Fielder reporting from Central Manchester where more details are emerging about the victims, among them a Polish couple who were waiting in the foyer to pick up their daughters.
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The daughters survived but they didn't. And Olivia Campbell, who was just fifteen years old. We're learning more too about Salman Abedi, the 22 year old of Libyan parents who was born in Manchester. Officials say he had recently returned from Libya and had probably visited Syria, too. France's Interior Minister says he had proven links to Islamic state, which has claimed responsibility for Manchester.
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Leaks from the US about Abedi have come under scrutiny, as some information about the attack came from Washington first before official confirmation by British police. The UK Interior Minister says it didn't compromise the probe. But criticized the leaks as unhelpful, taking control from British police about the flow of information and the element of surprise.