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FBI Allegedly Warned UK Authorities About Manchester Bomber | The Daily Caller

British security services allegedly received a warning about Manchester suicide bomber Salman Abedi in January, a security source told The Mail on Sunday.
The FBI reportedly shared information with MI5 about Abedi's links to terrorist groups in Libya, and that he belonged to an Islamic State cell in Manchester. He was put on a terror watch list by U.S. security services in 2016, according to The Mail.
 

 "In early 2017 the FBI told MI5 that Abedi belonged to a North African terror gang based in Manchester, which was looking for a political target in this country," the unnamed source told The Mail. "The information came from the interception of his communications by U.S. federal agents, who had been investigating Abedi since the middle of 2016, and from information unearthed in Libya, where his family was linked to terrorist groups."

The tabloid claims British authorities looked into the terror cell but closed their investigation shortly after.

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