berlin - Salman Abedi, the suspected victim of the bombing in Manchester, flew four days before his act of Düsseldorf to the English city. That's what Focus Online told Thursday based on security services in Berlin.
In 2015, Abedi flew from Germany to Great Britain, then from Frankfurt. Presumably he had been in Syria where he would have undergone paramilitary training, according to the British police to her German colleagues.
According to the message, Abedi's name was not found in international detection systems. Nor was he on observation lists that followed the travel movements of suspect Islamists. The German authorities are investigating whether Abedi in Syria has met people who he has met in North Rhine-Westphalia or Hesse, said an expert from the Bundeskriminalamt against Focus.
The British newspaper The Telegraph reported Wednesday that the police had been warned several times for Albedi, including family members and the mosque where he came. Also, his friends called the anti-terrorism line after Abedi told them that it was 'fine to be a suicide terrorist. '
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Abedi is blew on Monday night after a concert of the American popidol Ariana Grande. As a result, 22 people came to life.