2017 survivors Ariana Grande concert bombing lawsuit against UK spy agency

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According to attorneys, over 250 individuals who were present at the 2017 Ariana Grande performance in Manchester,  

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England—where an explosion claimed the lives of 22, are suing Britain's domestic intelligence service.     

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Attorneys from three different firms said on Sunday that they had filed a group lawsuit with the investigatory powers tribunal in the United Kingdom on behalf of over 250 clients.     

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They stated that further details could not be provided due to the pending legal process.     

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Salman Abedi, a suicide bomber, planted a backpack bomb in Manchester Arena on May 22, 2017, as thousands of young fans were exiting Ariana Grande's concert.     

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Children and teenagers made up a disproportionate share of the more than a hundred casualties. The explosion claimed Abedi's life.     

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The bombing was the deadliest terrorist strike in the United Kingdom in recent years,      

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and an official probe last year found that Britain's domestic intelligence agency, MI5, failed to act quickly enough on critical evidence, missing a major opportunity to prevent the attack.     

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