'(The explosion) seems like a suicide blast targeting police, but we are still ascertaining the nature of the explosion,' the city's commissioner Abdullah Khan Sumbul says
(6th UPDATE) The bus's charred remains are left smoking in the middle of the road as the wounded are rushed to hospitals in ambulances as well as private cars and taxis. The Taliban claims responsibility for the blast.
The former Chief Executive, whose presidency witnessed the worst terror attack in the country, says a 'system of accountability' would allow concerned agencies to perform their functions better
They used Telegram 'at each stage of the preparation of this terrorist attack' on the Saint Petersburg metro, the FSB security agency says
(3rd UPDATE) Two Colombians and a Frenchwoman are killed in the bombing, which President Juan Manuel Santos calls a terrorist attack
Hundreds of demonstrators calling for President Ashraf Ghani to step down clash with police, prompting the lockdown
(UPDATED) Justin Bieber, Coldplay, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, Pharrell Williams, Usher and Take That will join her for Sunday's (June 4) concert in memory of the 22 people who died
Amid mounting criticism of the security services, the domestic intelligence agency MI5 is looking at decisions taken in the case of Salman Abedi, and whether warnings about his behavior were ignored
The arrest now brings to 14 the number of people they have in custody over the attack
(UPDATED) Police launched fresh raids and arrested two more people Sunday, May 28, in connection with the Manchester bombing
(UPDATED) Prime Minister Theresa May announces the decision to reduce the threat level from critical to severe. She says there are now 11 suspects in custody over the bombing.
St Ann's Square has become the scene of a continuous and somber procession of mourners, eager to pay their own personal respects to the dead
Police says 'a large part of the network' linked to the atrocity has been detained
(UPDATED) Troops will fan out at sites such as Buckingham Palace, Westminster and foreign embassies in London to free up armed police for anti-terror duties
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Here is what we know so far about the terror attack, the deadliest in Britain since 2005
(8th UPDATE) There are children among the 22 killed in the attack, while 59 people are injured, Greater Manchester Police chief Ian Hopkins says
Alanna Gayle Ashley Khio of Dipolog City – a graduate of Silliman University – pursued the unfulfilled dream of her late aunt to become a lawyer
Police say the man identified only as 28-year-old Sergej W., was hoping to profit from a drop in the football team's share price as a result of last week's attack
Another 23 people are still in hospital, 4 of them in serious condition
There has been no claim of responsibility but investigators say they are examining possible links to the Islamic State (ISIS)
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ISIS claims the attack through its propaganda agency Amaq. It says the bomber had targeted a checkpoint outside the Afghan presidential palace.
(UPDATED) A suicide bomber 'disguised as a member of the military' was able to enter the training camp,' Lieutenant Colonel Mohamed Abdirahman says
Authorities say searches targeted the flat of 'several citizens of Central Asian republics, who had been in contact' with 22-year-old Akbarjon Djalilov, thought to be a Russian national born in Central Asian Kyrgyzstan
(UPDATED) Authorities say they have detained in Petersburg 6 alleged 'terrorist' recruiters from Central Asia, but stressed there was no proof yet of any links to Akbarjon Djalilov
(UPDATED) The attack comes after a wave of violence killed 130 people across Pakistan in February, unnerving citizens who had been emboldened by improving security and prompting a military crackdown
(UPDATED) Members of the ISIS-inspired group are not in the country's capital, based on military intelligence
'As he was carrying explosives we primarily suspect him of being a militant,' Mufti Mahmud Khan, spokesman for the Rapid Action Batallion, tells Agence France-Presse
At least one woman is killed, with 19 others wounded, in the blast, which left the bus badly mangled and the area littered with smoldering debris and twisted metal
(3rd UPDATE) The bomber blows up a vehicle packed with explosives outside a rebel command center in the village of Susian
(UPDATED) The US Department of Justice says the 78-year-old Egyptian-born cleric linked to the 1993 World Trade Center bombing died of natural causes
(UPDATED) The Amaq propaganda agency linked to the Islamic State group (ISIS) reports the blast and describes it as targeting 'a gathering of Shiites'
Witnesses say the mother and her 11-year-old daughter were gathering coconuts for dinner when an improvised explosive device went off
General Eduardo Año says he wants Datu Mohammad Abduljabbar Sema back in the Philippines to answer accusations that he is behind the deadly blast
President Rodrigo Duterte confirms in a speech that Datu Mohammad Abduljabbar Sema is detained in Malaysia, reportedly in connection with the Davao City bombing
The Philippine police will continue pursuit operations against foreign terrorists who have joined local terror group Ansar Khalifa Philippines
Security services cordon off the area around the stadium where the explosion took place
Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana says initial reports suggest that the two groups have entered into a 'tactical alliance' to divert the miiltary from its focused operations in the southern Philippines
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In an interview with Rappler, President Rodrigo Duterte says some of his relatives may have even pledged loyalty to terrorist group ISIS
Presidential Spokesman Ernesto Abella tells the public that the Hilongos and Cotabato bombings are 'an area of concern but not alarm'
Presidential Spokesman Ernesto Abella quotes Social Welfare Secretary Judy Taguiwalo in claiming 10 died at the Leyte blast. Taguiwalo says the information she forwarded to the Cabinet official 'was unofficial.'
(3rd UPDATE) ISIS claims responsibility for the attack, saying that a 'martyrdom seeker' had gotten through security checkpoints before blowing himself up
(UPDATED) Bomb scares, explosions, public officials killed – Rappler compiles a list of the violent incidents that have erupted as of mid-December in the Philippines
(3rd UPDATE) It is the deadliest suspected attack on Egypt's beleaguered Christian minority in recent memory
(UPDATED) The Shabaab group claims responsibility for the attack in the seaport area, saying the target was a nearby military base