Arrested After Deadly UK Concert Bombing; Prime Minister, Queen React

"It is with enormous sadness that it appears that one of the people who lost their lives in Monday's Manchester attack was one of our students here", the school said, adding that she had been studying health and social care.

Hayley Lunt had taken her 10-year-old daughter Abigail to her first concert.

"I would expect this to be temporary but we will keep a close eye to see how long we need them for and when it's appropriate we end Operation Temperer and go back to our different levels", Rudd said.

British police and intelligence agencies arrested three more suspects Wednesday in connection with the Manchester suicide bombing and moved quickly to secure key sites across the country, including Buckingham Palace and the British Parliament at Westminster.

Former Libyan security official Abdel-Basit Haroun told the AP that the elder Abedi was a member of the Libyan Islamic Fighting group in the 1990s, which had links to al-Qaida.

In 2015, Pakistani student Abid Naseer was convicted in a USA court of conspiring with al Qaeda to blow up the Arndale shopping centre in the centre of Manchester in April 2009.

Abedi went to school locally and then on to Salford University in 2014 where he studied business management before dropping out.

At the time, Greater Manchester Police were only releasing a brief statement that outlined casualties, and said the explosion was "being treated as a terrorist incident".

It revived memories of the November 2015 attack at the Bataclan concert hall in Paris in which armed men wearing explosive belts stormed in and killed 90 people.

Omar Alfa Khuri, who lives across the street, said he was awakened at 2:30 a loud noise and saw police take away the father of the family that lives there in handcuffs.

In the hours that followed the Manchester attack, details started to emerge of the suicide bomber who chose to pack a bomb with nails, nuts and bolts to detonate in a crowd of children. "@arianagrande I love you".

The youngest victim named so far, Saffie Rose Roussos was described by the headteacher of her school, Chris Upton, as "simply a handsome little girl in every aspect of the word". The head teacher of the Tarleton Community Primary School in Lancashire described her as "simply a lovely little girl in every aspect of the word".

There were also walking wounded who presented themselves at Manchester hospitals.

Officials said all those hospitalized had been identified. "Our way of life has once again been threatened but we will overcome this together", the statement said.

"We are sending a signal not just to Manchester, but across the world that you cannot defeat us because love in the end is always stronger than hate".

Speaking Wednesday from the Libyan city of Tripoli, the father of the alleged Manchester bomber denied that his son was linked to militants or to the deadly attack. Mayor Andy Burnham said Tuesday that it would be "business as usual, as far as possible, in our great city".

"We're only here to express some positivity and to be here for our community. We're offering free food and drink, and shelter for all that are stranded that need help".

The pop star has suspended her "Dangerous Woman" tour following the attack, a source with knowledge of the situation told CNN.

Vanessa Coleman