Ariana Grande to have a benefit concert for Manchester bombing victims

British police investigating the Manchester Arena bombing made a new arrest Friday while continuing to search addresses associated with the attacker who killed 22 people.

Ariana Grande on Friday announced her intention to return to the "incredibly courageous city of Manchester" to spend time with fans and play a benefit concert to assist victims of the suicide bomb attack launched after her show in the British city earlier this week.

A further two people were arrested in Libya, taking the total number of people in custody in connection with the bombing worldwide to 10.

The oldest of the four Abedi children, Ismail has also been taken into custody since the attacks.

He added that Libyan investigators believe "the bomber acted alone" based on comments from his younger brother Hashem Abedi, who has been arrested in Libya.

Ramadan Amedi was once part of a Libyan militant group with alleged ties to Al-Qaeda, according to a Libyan security source.

Chief Constable Ian Hopkins said Thursday the leaked crime scene photos by The New York Times caused "understandable" distress and "upset" to the victims' families.

Manchester police have not commented since, although a national counterterrorism official said in a statement that his agency has received "fresh assurances" from global partners and is working closely with worldwide law enforcement groups, including the U.S.

Abedi's sister Jomana told the Wall Street Journal that her brother was probably motivated by revenge for the West's meddling in the Middle East.

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Ariana Grande's representative said yesterday that the pop star was suspending her tour to assess the situation and to "pay our proper respects to those lost".

The mayor of Manchester, Andy Burnham, called the leaks "arrogant, wrong and disrespectful".

But members of the Libyan immigrant community reported to the local authorities that they feared Salman was turning increasingly radical, two friends of the family said. The British security authorities have acknowledged they were aware of Salman, but said he was not considered a major terrorism risk.

"He stood up and started calling the imam - 'You are talking bollocks, '" Ramadan said. "And he gave a good stare, a threatening stare into the imam's eyes".

The teenager credited her father's quick action in picking her up and tying off her wounds to stem the bleeding.

An eyewitness told AFP that police shouted at the man to lie on the ground before taking him away.

At least 23 people remain critically injured following the blast, and 116 people received treatment at Manchester hospitals for their injuries. A German security official told the AP on Thursday the report was accurate, speaking on condition of anonymity because the information hadn't been cleared for public release.

Dodds and Katz reported from London; Michael reported from Cairo.

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