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Leaders vow to fight terror
The general election campaign begins again following the suspension after the Manchester bombing, with the two main parties promising further action to reduce the threat of terrorism. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will pledge to change the UK's foreign policy, saying the "war on terror simply isn't working".
While stressing that his comments in no way reduce the "guilt of those who attack our children", he will urge a "smarter way" of reducing the threat from countries that "nurture terrorists and generate terrorism".
For the Conservatives, Prime Minister Theresa May will say tech companies should do more to remove extremist content from websites. The fight against so-called Islamic State is "moving from the battlefield to the internet", she will argue, adding that co-operation from Nato and G7 countries is vital.
Twenty-two people died in the attack on the Manchester Arena by suicide bomber Salman Abedi, and 116 were injured.
Bombing photo leaks 'trouble' Trump
The publication of photos from the Manchester bomb scene - following leaks to the American media - has put a strain on US-UK relations. Donald Trump has promised to get to the bottom of where in the US system the information came from. "There is no relationship we cherish more than the special relationship between the US and the UK," he said.
Missing aircraft search: debris found
Debris has been discovered two miles off Skipness in the Mull of Kintyre, as the search continues for a light aircraft that went missing on Thursday afternoon. It's not known how many people were on board.
Jupiter discovery 'draws gasps'
Scientists are getting very excited about the latest observations of Jupiter. At the giant planet's poles, they've noticed hurricanes, each the size of the Earth. "Even in rooms of hardened researchers, these images of swirling clouds have drawn gasps," says one Nasa researcher.
Analysis: Will leaks sink US-UK relationship?
By Anthony Zurcher, North America reporter
The porous nature of the US government - its inability to protect sensitive information - may come as a shock to the international community, but in the US it's just another day at the proverbial office.
What the papers say
The Daily Mail focuses on Theresa May's call for internet giants to cut down extremist content, reporting that the prime minister is "infuriated by feet-dragging". Meanwhile, the Daily Telegraph says Jeremy Corbyn's comments on foreign policy "connect Britain's military campaigns to atrocities such as Manchester". And Metro says armed police will be patrolling British trains for the first time.
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