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Merkel disses Trump, how much did MI5 know about the Manchester bomber and JFK's 100th Birthday
Strong words from German Chancellor Angela Merkel as she warns that Europe can no longer fully rely on the US or the UK. We discuss with Norbert Roettgen, Head of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the German parliament and London's former man in Washington, Peter Westmacott. Did the British Intelligence Services miss the early warnings about Manchester bomber Salmen Abedi? We speak to Mansour El-Kikhia, a former Libyan diplomat and political science professor at the University of Texas at San Antonio. And finally, we mark the 100th Birthday of President John F Kennedy.
Italy: World leaders congregate for G7 and Manchester's defiant lyricists
Heads of G7 meet to discuss some of the biggest threats the world currently face. As the UK terror threat level raises to critical, Lord Alan West, former security and counter-terrorism advisor to the British government under Prime Minister Gordon Brown discuss the challenges ahead. Booker Prize Winner, Howard Jacobson says 'practical wit and creative energy made the people of Manchester good lyricists,' and paying tribute to one family whose lives have changed forever.
UK 'irritated' by US on intelligence leaks but how damaging can it be?
The UK suspends intelligence sharing with the US over Manchester terror leaks. We speak to Richard Clarke, a White House counter-terrorism official for the Clinton and Bush administrations. He had vocally warned an attack was about to happen before 9/11. He now explains just how damaging the halt of intelligence sharing can be. President Trump's international tour continues and today he is at the brand new NATO headquarters, the institution he once called, 'obsolete.' As Trump stands side by side with European leaders, Jens Spahn, Germany's Deputy Finance Minister tells us about how new relationships are being formed with the President of the United States. Also, that time when Trump called Brussels... a hellhole.
New details emerge on the Manchester bomber, Muslim leader says authorities warned about suspect two years ago, NATO chief speaks out.
Christiane Amanpour is live in Manchester as details emerge of the Manchester bomber Salman Abedi, and breaking news of the arrest of his brother in Libya. Community leader Mohammed Shafiq says local Muslim's warned the authorities that Abedi was a risk two years ago. Plus the NATO Secretary General gives his views as President Trump arrives in Brussels for talks.
Manchester Terror Attack
A terror attack carried out to target thousands of young people and families took place at the end of mega US popstar Ariana Grande's concert. Killing 22 and injuring many more. ISIS has claimed responsibility, the attacked is named as 22 year-old Salman Abedi. Christiane Amanpour reports from outside the venue where people fled in masses less than 24 hours ago. We talk to former British Intelligence Official, Richard Barrett. Also live on the show, an emotional Mayor of Manchester, Andy Burnham vows that 'terrorists will never beat us.' As the city stands in the face of terror, can faith help us to overcome this barbaric attack? We have more from the Bishop of Manchester, David Walker. And finally tonight, we reflect on how Manchester has contributed so much to the world around us.