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  • Published on 28 May 2017

    The German chancellor Angela Merkel has said Europeans must take their destiny into their own hands – in the face of policy differences with President Trump and Britain’s decision to leave the EU. And more rain could hit parts of Sri Lanka still struggling to recover from devastating floods.

  • British police say they have arrested a 14th suspect in connection with the Manchester attack. 12 people are now in custody as the hunt for accomplices behind the atrocity continues and the Home Secretary warns the terror network could still be at large. Amber Rudd said the militant Islamic State group was trying to “weaponise”…

  • Police release CCTV images of the bomber Salman Abedi just hours before he carried out his suicide attack. Home Secretary Amber Rudd accuses Jeremy Corbyn of jeopardising national security – as Labour pledges extra police officers. And a second day of airport misery as British Airways cancels more flights from Heathrow after its global IT…

  • Published on 27 May 2017

    Annesa Rameh, who lives in Manchester, is of Libyan heritage – and is at university studying to be a doctor.

  • The White House refuses to comment on reports that Trump’s son-in-law and top adviser Jared Kushner tried to set up secret back channels with Russia during the transition. US media claims the talks took place between Mr Kushner, the short lived National Security Adviser Michael Flynn and Russia’s Ambassador to the US back in December.…

  • In Manchester, police say there will be more arrests and more raids as the huge investigation into the suicide bomb attack continues. But the UK’s terror threat level has been reduced and troops will gradually be withdrawn from the streets by midnight on Monday. We are live from the city.

  • We speak to the lawyer and academic Alan Dershowitz – asking, if the reports were true, whether a secret back channel from Jared Kushner to the Russians would be a security risk.

  • Tens of thousands of people are stranded and the UK’s two biggest airports are in chaos – as British Airways announced all flights were being cancelled from Gatwick and Heathrow for the rest of today. All the president’s men – now the FBI probe into Trump’s links with Russia reaches his son-in-law. And Five days…

  • Published on 26 May 2017

    In the US, the FBI’s ongoing investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election has a new person of interest – President Trump’s son-in-law and senior White House adviser, Jared Kushner. He’s not accused of committing any crimes, but the FBI probe is focused on meetings he held in December in the weeks after the…

  • The US military has revealed that it killed three senior Islamic State officials in attacks this month. Contrary to what Jeremy Corbyn has said, a senior US Colonel has told Channel 4 News that in Iraq and Syria the war on terror is working. But as the noose tightens around IS strongholds, the number of…

  • In the last hour, the American singer Ariana Grande, who was performing at the Manchester Arena on the night of the bomb attack, has said she will perform for a benefit concert in the city to raise money for the attack victims. No date has yet been set. Tonight thousands have attended a vigil in…

  • Mohamed Abdul Malek, acting imam of the Muslim Youth Foundation in Manchester, who was born in Libya but has lived in the UK for 34 years, and Mohamed Fadil, who is also Libyan and speaks for the Libyan community in South Manchester, discuss the terror attack and bomber Salman Abedi.

  • Described as the most challenging G7 summit in years, the issues of security, trade and climate change were all at the table in Sicily. But so too was President Trump and all eyes and ears were on his stance. And his presence and reputation put a very different perspective on the event that usually prides…

  • Green Party co-leader Caroline Lucas says Jeremy Corbyn is right to say Britain can reduce the terror threat through its foreign policy and the country is “to some extent, paying the price now”.

  • Closing in on the terrorist network. After raids in Manchester and beyond, police say they’ve made “immense” progress, arresting key players.