The younger brother of the Manchester Arena bomber Salman Abedi is reported to be charged with murdering the 22 victims of the attack, police said.
Hashem Abedi, 22, was arrested shortly after the suicide bombing in May 201
He was extradited earlier and arrested by British officers after his arrival in Britain.
Abedi is expected to appear "in due course" in front of Westminster Magistrates & # 39; Court. The police said the prosecution had previously authorized them to bring charges against Abedi for:
- Murder of the 22 victims
- Assassination attempt on persons other than the 22 dead
- Conspiracy to provoke a life-threatening explosion
The Libyan authorities handed over Mr. Abedi to British police officers who accompanied him at 10:30 am BST on a flight from Mitiga Airport near Tripoli.
Police station in London on his arrival in the UK.
According to the police, the families of victims and survivors were the first to be informed about the developments.
Both brothers traveled to Libya in April 2017, before Salman Abedi returned alone to complete the attack on May 22.
Twenty-two people died in the bomb attack and 112 had to be hospitalized after the attack.
GMP received an arrest warrant against Abedi in November 2017.
A Libyan court had previously agreed to surrender Mr. Abedi to Britain because he is a British citizen, but the extradition process was delayed by fighting in Libya.
Despite police raids after the bombing raid, no one was previously charged with attacking the Manchester Arena.
A report from 2018 23 people arrested in the United Kingdom were released without charge.