Gritty part of Manchester recalls 'angry' suicide bomber

Gritty part of Manchester recalls 'angry' suicide bomberThe terror manhunt in Manchester focused on a gritty area of the city notorious for gangland murders on Friday as the head of a local mosque where suicide bomber Salman Abedi worshipped recalled him as an “angry” young man. A 30-year-old man was arrested in the raid which involved around 30 officers, neighbours said, while police searched a barber’s shop nearby where a local shopkeeper said three of Abedi’s cousins worked. At the Salaam Community Association and Masjid, housed in a squat modern block, mosque chairman Abdullah Norris said 22-year-old Abedi had started coming there in January but had flouted mosque rules.



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