EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: The father of the Manchester bomber tells Reuters he last spoke to his son five days ago and 'everything was normal.' He says son did not tell famiyl he was traveling to Manchester, he said he was going on pilgrimage. The man says his son did not have extremist beliefs or belong to Islamic State, and he had not traveled to Syria. He says he condemns 'terrorist acts on civilians and innocent people.'
SINGAPORE Voting in Singapore's election was extended on Friday, after coronavirus infection control measures led to long queues and delays at polling stations.