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Police revealed this evening that the suspect had been taken into custody after his arrest in the Rusholme area of the city.
The three men often seen celebrating with Kim Jong-un are former air force general Ri Pyong Chol, veteran rocket scientist Kim Jong Sik, and head of weapons development Jang Chang Ha.
Trump told European leaders that the Germans are 'very bad' on trade, but he did not call them 'evil,' as previously reported, a White House official says.
Kelly Brewster's partner Ian Winslow said his daughter Phoebe is devastated by her stepmother's death. She died shielding her niece from Monday's blast, which killed 22.
Jeremy Corbyn repeatedly refused to say whether he backed the renewal of Trident tonight as he suffered his toughest interview of the campaign so far.
The White House was asked just last month to substantiate Trump's occasional campaign-season claim about winning green accolades. They came up with two, both dating back to 2007.
The couple joined the other G7 leaders and their partners for a concert by the La Scala Philharmonic Orchestra at the Ancient Theatre of Taormina.
In a new viral video, a girl is shown falling down a steep embankment while sitting on a red cooler. Before she pulls off the dangerous stunt, a friend appears to coach her on how to pull it off.
Ariana Grande has confirmed she will return to Manchester for a benefit gig to raise money for families of victims of the terror attack after posting on Twitter 'We won't let hate win'.
Two Chinese J-10 fighter jets came dangerously close to hitting a US aircraft on Thursday in a dicey incident, officials said. They will address the incident through official channels.
While the majority of emojis used seem to say similar things and look similar, researchers at the University of Michigan found that people don't interpret them similarly.
The site, in Newbold-on-Stour, dates between 4,000 and 3,000BC, and its purpose is unknown. Five skeletons, though to date to the late Bronze Age, were also found nearby.
The speaker had threatened the school children to stay thankful towards their mothers 'to keep them from getting mentally ill' at an event on May 10 in northern China, a video shows.
The foreign ministry in Moscow said NATO was pursuing a policy of 'containment' towards Russia that has seen it bolster its forces along the country's border in eastern Europe.
Michael Collins, 66, from Orpington, Kent, stole more than £6.6million over the course of 15 years to fund his lavish lifestyle, admitting he had been motivated by greed as the process was 'easy'.
People with diets high in processed foods and sugar are far more likely to be depressed than healthier eaters. Nutritionist May Simpkin has a mood-friendly diet makeover to fix that.
Engineering will be vital for the UK’s prosperity post-Brexit, but the sector is plagued by a persistent skills shortage. Is hiring more women one of the answers?
Richard Punchard (pictured), 21, from Swansea, allegedly placed a black jewellery box with wires coming out of it under a bench in the Welsh city's Quadrant Shopping Centre.
Rachel Norey, 34, of Harlow, Essex, ended up in intensive care after giving birth to Matilda, who caused a panic when she was born but wasn't breathing (pictured).
The SNP leader was pictured tucking into a cone in Granton, Edinburgh as politicians sweltered in the sunshine.