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Manchester police will stop sharing bombing investigation info with U.S. amid fury over leaks

Manchester police will stop sharing bombing investigation info with U.S. amid fury over leaks

British authorities expressed renewed outrage over leaks by overseas intelligence sources on Wednesday, saying they had caused great "distress" to those affected by the Manchester terrorist attack.

Ian Hopkins, chief constable of the Greater Manchester Police, said photos leaked to the U.S. media showing fragments of the explosive and a shredded backpack allegedly used by suicide bomber Salman Abedi had compounded victims' grief.

“It is absolutely understandable that this has caused much distress for families that are already suffering terribly with their loss," he said.

British Prime Minister Theresa May said she would take her concerns directly to...

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