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Police officers stand next to floral tributes left for the victims of an attack on concert goers at Manchester Arena, in St Ann's Square, in Manchester, Britain May 24, 2017. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls

Manchester suicide bomber likely did not act alone

MANCHESTER, England - The suicide bomber who killed 22 people in Manchester likely did not act alone, Britain's interior minister said. Meanwhile soldiers are deployed to key sites in the country after the official threat level was raised to "critical".

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OPEC, non-OPEC hold informal talks to nail new oil cuts

OPEC and non-OPEC ministers meet for informal consultations in Vienna on Wednesday in a last-ditch bid to agree the duration of oil output cuts as they seek to clear a global stocks overhang that has pulled down the price of crude.

New police taskforce to target Indonesian gays

Police in Indonesia's most populous province plan to deploy a taskforce to investigate lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) activity, a move likely to fuel concerns of a widening crackdown on the community in the Muslim-majority country.

Bunge says not in talks with Glencore following approach

U.S. grains trader Bunge Ltd said on Tuesday it was not in talks with Swiss mining and commodities group Glencore Plc , after the latter said it had made an informal approach to discuss "a possible consensual business combination."

Senate panel says it will subpoena Michael Flynn businesses

The leaders of the U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee said on Tuesday they would subpoena two of former national security adviser Michael Flynn's businesses after Flynn declined to comply with a subpoena for documents in the panel's Russia probe.

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Texas House approves new voter ID bill after setbacks in court

The Texas House of Representatives gave preliminary approval on Tuesday to a new bill on showing identification when voting after a previous voter ID law was struck down by U.S. courts which said it discriminated against black and Hispanic people.

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