Police name men suspected in the deadliest terrorist attack on the UK. This 22-year-old Salman, Abedi.
At least 22 people were killed and 59 injured after a Monday night in Manchester at the stadium, a bomb exploded after performances by American pop singer Ariana Grande. It is believed that Abedi died in the powerful explosion, although it has not yet been officially identified by the intelligence agencies, said the police of Manchester.
Speaking at a press conference Tuesday afternoon, chief constable Ian Hopkins said the force is working to determine whether other people are also involved in the attack. "The priority remains to establish whether he had acted alone or as part of a network, said Hopkins.
Salman, Abedi was born and raised in the United Kingdom, according to Prime Minister Theresa May, but was of Libyan origin. Abedi, seemed a lonely child who kept to themselves, according to a longtime family friend Akram Ben Ramadan, a British Libyan who knew of Abedi and his brother Ishmael when they were kids.
Members of the Libyan community in Manchester said that his father, Abedi returned to Libya during the revolution in 2011, and his mother stayed in England to care for children. Abedi, was a student at the University of Salford's third-largest University of Manchester, where he studied business and management in the 2015-2016 academic year. He was enrolled in the second year, but not attended classes, and was active in school life, according to those who knew him. Of Abedi, lived on campus in Salford and instead lived in South Manchester, an area popular among young people and students.
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