News Headlines 24 May 2017

Donald Trump has arrived at the Vatican this morning to meet Pope Francis
Manchester Arena Attacker
Image: Salman Abedi copyright: BBC

The Home Secretary Amber Rudd says it seems highly likely that the bomber, 22-year-old Salman Abedi, was not acting alone. It’s thought that he may have visited Libya very recently and returned to the UK only a few days ago. She added, “It is somebody who they had known before and I’m sure when the terror investigation concludes we will be able to find out more.”


Olivia Cambell
Image: Cambell family

The mother of a 15-year-old girl who’d been missing since the Manchester Arena bomb explosion has revealed on Facebook that she was one of those killed. Olivia Cambell’s family had made desperate Appeals to try to find her. People came out search for the 15-years-old around the hospital, cafe, shop, which shows Manchester are United and nothing will break the bond. 


A 37-year-old man has been arrested at Stansted airportA 37-year-old man has been arrested at the Stansted airport on suspicion of preparing for acts of terrorism. He was held before boarding a flight to Turkey. Officers are now searching two residential addresses in North London. Scotland Yard says the arrest was not linked to Monday’s bombings in Manchester Arena. 


Donald Trump has arrived at the Vatican this morning to meet Pope FrancisDonald Trump has arrived at the Vatican this morning to meet Pope Francis as part of this first foreign tour as US president. This will be Mr Trump’s first meeting with the Pope. During last year’s presidential election campaign, Pop Francis attacked Mr Trump’s plans to build a wall along the Mexican border, saying they weren’t Christian. Mr president described the comments as disgraceful.  

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