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On May 24, 2017, The New York Times caused outrage among the British police and government when it published leaked photos showing the scene of the Manchester Arena bombing. Counter terror police chiefs said the leak undermined their investigation and victims' and witnesses' confidence. The New York Times published photos it says were gathered by UK authorities at the scene of the attack, including the remnants of a backpack, nuts and screws, and a device identified as a "possible detonator". Greater Manchester Police were said to be furious and said they would stop sharing information with the US. President Donald Trump the next day in a NATO summit condemned the media leaks, calling it deeply troubling and a grave threat to our national security. The New York Times defended its decision to publish the photos, saying they were neither graphic nor disrespectful of victims.
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