Police confirm children amongst the dead in Manchester attack Play

Police confirm children amongst the dead in Manchester attack

Greater Manchester Police has confirmed that children are amongst the fatalities of the terror attack at Manchester Arena on 22 May, and that the suspect is also believed to have died at the scene. Speaking to reporters outside police headquarters, Chief Constable Ian Hopkins said the investigation is fast-moving and has appealed to any members of the public to upload any photographs of moving footage taken at the scene, to a police website to assist the investigation. May 23, 2017
UK Home Secretary on Manchester Arena explosion:  This was a barbaric attack Play

UK Home Secretary on Manchester Arena explosion: This was a barbaric attack

UK Home Secretary Amber Rudd on Tuesday (23 May) called the explosion at Manchester Arena in northern England that killed 19 people as a barbaric attack. She called on the Mancunians to remain alert but not alarmed. The attack appears to be the most deadly attack Britain has witnessed in a decade. British Prime Minister Theresa May, who called the incident an appalling terrorist attack, is set to chair a Cobra emergency meeting on Tuesday as she suspended her campaign activities. May 23, 2017
Blast at Ariana Grande concert in Manchester kills 22: What we know so far Play

Blast at Ariana Grande concert in Manchester kills 22: What we know so far

A blast struck a music concert by American pop star Ariana Grande in Manchester, killing 22 people and wounding more than 50 others on Monday (22 May) night. The incident took place at 10.35pm BST outside the Manchester Arena. British Prime Minister Theresa May said the incident was being treated as an appalling terrorist attack. Unconfirmed reports from two US security sources suggest a suicide bomber was responsible for the attack, but there is no official confirmation from the UK police. May 23, 2017