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Police arrested two more suspects Saturday over the deadly Manchester concert bombing, as Britons began a sunny holiday long weekend under heightened security.
Greater Manchester Police said two men, aged 20 and 22, were detained early Saturday in the northwest England city on suspicion of terrorism offenses. Police used an explosive device to get into a property to make the arrests.
Police say they are now holding 11 men, aged between 18 and 44, in custody and have made major progress in their investigation.
Mark Rowley, Britain's top counterterrorism police officer, said authorities have dismantled a large part of the network around bomber Salman Abedi. But he said there were still gaps in our understanding of the plot, as investigators probed Abedi's potential links to jihadis in Britain, Europe, Libya and the Middle East.
The 22-year-old Briton of Libyan descent died in Monday's explosion, which killed 22 people and wounded dozens as crowds were leaving an Ariana Grande concert.
After the bombing Britain raised its official threat status from terrorism to the top level, critical � meaning another attack may be imminent.
Source: National News Agency