At least 22 people were killed in a suspected terror attack on a concert by pop star Ariana Grande, in Manchester, England, on May 23, 2017.
Hashem Abedi was found guilty of murder in March for encouraging and helping his brother Salman carry out the 2017 suicide attack that left 22 people dead.
Justin Bieber, Miley Cyrus, Nicki Minaj … when it comes to celebrating life’s highs and lows, Ari has a lot of famous friends on speed dial
Hashem Abedi found guilty of helping plan attack at Ariana Grande concert in 2017; explosion killed 22 people and injured more than 260 others.
Hashem Abedi was arrested in Libya soon after his older brother blew himself up at the end of the US singer’s show in May 2017, killing 22 people.
The need for extreme vigilance in the face of internet-enabled terrorism, which sees the entire globe as its battlefield, cannot be understated.
Domestic security agency missed chances to stop the bomber, who killed 22 people leaving an Ariana Grande show in May 2017.
Media report says Salman Abedi, who is suspected of killing 22 people at the concert in Manchester in 2017, was among more than 100 British citizens picked up from the Libyan coast by a navy ship.
Following Manchester terrorist attack, concert organisers ban backpacks, bags, purses, bottles, cans, cameras, video and audio recording devices, selfie sticks and long umbrellas. Metal detectors will also be in place