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Nine people are now being held by police in connection with the bombing after an arrest in Rusholme, Greater Manchester on Friday. A woman was arrested late Wednesday but was later released without charge.
U.S. Africa Command reported Abedi, 22, spent three weeks in Libya and returned to Manchester within days of Monday's bombing.
A short while later, Ramadan Abedi was arrested in Tripoli.
Monday's bombing wasn't the first time in recent months that British security and law enforcement have come under scrutiny following an attack.
"We don't believe in killing innocents", Abedi said before his arrest.
Cairo/Dubai: The father and a brother of suspected Manchester suicide bomber Salman Abedi have been detained by security personnel in the Libyan capital, Tripoli, according to witnesses and officials.
"Our family is devastated and words can not express how we feel at losing our darling Eilidh", the statement, released via the GMP, said.
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The New York Times published on Wednesday what appeared to be police photographs showing fragments from the bomb and a backpack used to hide it.
Meanwhile, the older brother Ismail, 23, was arrested in Manchester the day after the bombing which killed 22 people.
At Manchester's Didsbury Mosque, where the Abedi family worshipped, authorities condemned the bombing and denied reports that Abedi had worked there.
There were plenty of warning signs before Salman Abedi unleashed carnage at Manchester Arena. His family in Libya says he visited the North African nation during this past Ramadan.
"Our way of life has once again been threatened but we will overcome this together", it said.
Elders at the south Manchester mosque believed to have been frequented by Abedi insisted that his actions were wholly alien to their preaching, and pointed the finger at online radicalisation.
The elder Abedi was allegedly a member of the al-Qaida-backed Libyan Islamic Fighting group in the 1990s, according to a former Libyan security official, Abdel-Basit Haroun.
A moment of silence was held in Manchester Thursday morning for the victims.
The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because of government rules that bar civil servants from speaking to reporters without prior authorization, wouldn't say which country Abedi had arrived from to Istanbul.
"Compared to other people I'm quite lucky really", she said.