Morning top 5: Police release images of Manchester bomber; Final leadership debate takes place tonight

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Police have released new CCTV images of the Manchester bomber on the night of his deadly attack.

Investigators says they're now gathering a detailed picture of Salman Abedi.

11 men remain in custody after the attack.

Meanwhile, sporting events and concerts have taken place across the UK amid heightened security following Monday's atrocity.


Sri Lanka has appealed for international help to deal with its worst flooding for more than a decade.

Officials say 122 people have died and at least 97 others are still missing.

The unusually early rainy season has forced more than 400-thousand people from their homes.


The fourth and final Fine Gael leadership debate will take place in Cork tonight.

It's home advantage for housing minister Simon Coveney who is still trying to over-turn Leo Varadkar's lead in the Parliamentary Party.

Both candidates took swipes at each other last night at their Ballinasloe husting - over who was to blame for the poor electoral performance in the 2014 local elections and last year's general election.


British Airways says it hopes to run a "near normal" schedule today after a global computer systems outage.

An IT systems failure hit thousands of passengers on Saturday including a number of people at Irish airports.

BA's Chief Executive says the meltdown was down to a power supply issue - NOT a cyber attack.

But aviation expert Gideon Ewers thinks it's strange BA wouldn't have a back-up.


Rock legend Greg Allman has died at the age of 69.

His 1973 instrumental hit 'Jessica' with the Allman Brothers went on to become the Top Gear theme.

He'd undergone a liver transplant in 2010 after contracting hepatitis C.