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Salman Abedi, the man who carried out the Manchester Arena terror attack, spoke to his parents shortly before carrying out the attack, ITV News Security Editor Rohit Kachroo has learned.
Abedi's parents are said to have told Libyan investigators they spoke to their son 15-20 minutes before Monday's suicide bombing.
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Parents of Manchester bomber have told Libyan investigators that he spoke to them 15-20 mins before Monday's attack, ITV News has learned
Police in Manchester have arrested two men in relation to the terror attack at Manchester Arena on Monday evening, bringing the total number of people in UK custody to eight.
One of the arrests was made after officers from Greater Manchester Police searched an address in the Withington area of the city on Thursday morning.
Good Morning Britain Correspondent Juliet Dunlop said: "It's becoming ever more clear this is a highly complex, fast-moving police investigation.
"In the last 48 hours a string of arrests have been made [and] a controlled explosion carried out [in Moss Side, Manchester]."
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Police searching an address in the Moss Side area of Manchester have carried out a controlled explosion.
Locals reported hearing a "loud bang" in the area south of the city centre at around 1.45am on Thursday.
The explosion was heard in the neighbouring areas of Rusholme and Fallowfield.
Greater Manchester Police confirmed the explosion was linked to Monday's terror attack at the Manchester Arena and said: "This is a fast moving investigation and we are keeping an open mind at this stage."