WASHINGTON (Sputnik) — US Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly condemned on Sunday the leaks of the UK security services' information on Monday's Manchester terror act to the US media after the data had been shared with the US security services.
"It is outrageous. I do not know why people do it. It jeopardizes not only investigation but puts people's lives in jeopardy," Kelly said in an interview with the Fox News broadcaster.
On Wednesday, leaked pictures of a bomb used in Monday's explosion appeared in the US media, causing a diplomatic row between the United Kingdom and the United States.
On Monday night, an explosion occurred at the Manchester Arena at the end of a concert of US singer Ariana Grande, leaving at least 22 people, including minors, dead and dozens more injured. UK police have identified Salman Abedi as the individual they suspect of having perpetrated the attack. Daesh reportedly claimed responsibility for the attack.