Police arrest another man after Manchester attack
British police arrested a man on Friday in the of suburb of Moss Side, the tenth person to be taken into custody in connection with Monday night's Manchester attack.
BERLIN German Economy Minister Brigitte Zypries will travel to Paris on Thursday next week for talks with her French counterpart Michel Sapin, her spokesman said on Wednesday.
The meeting has been planned for some time and there is no connection to recent events, Economy Ministry spokesman Andreas Audretsch said.
A German government spokesman said earlier on Wednesday that Berlin would "accompany" talks on Peugeot maker PSA's (PEUP.PA) plans to buy General Motors' (GM.N) European business Opel.
On Tuesday, Zypries said it was "totally unacceptable" that the talks about Opel had taken place without consulting German works councils or local government and that Opel's innovation centre had to remain in Germany.
(Reporting by Gernot Heller; Writing by Michael Nienaber; Editing by Paul Carrel)
MILAN European shares fell slightly in early trading on Friday with Britain's FTSE outperforming after the sterling hit a two-week low, while the overnight drop in crude prices hit energy shares.
WASHINGTON U.S. intelligence officials said on Thursday they do not expect British Prime Minister Theresa May's concerns about U.S. officials' leaks on the Manchester suicide bombing to affect the closest intelligence partnership in the world.