24 May 2017
The mother of 15-year-old girl Olivia Campbell, who spent yesterday searching for her daughter, revealed in the early hours of this morning she died in the attack.
"RIP my darling precious gorgeous girl Olivia Campbell taken far far to soon go sing with the angels and keep smiling mummy loves you so much."
23 May 2017
The suicide bomber has been named as 22-year-old Salman Abedi. Born in Manchester, he was the second youngest of four children.
Muslim Brotherhood releases statement condemning the 'lawless' act and offers condolences to the victims' families
Homeless man rushed to help Manchester victims
Homeless man sleeping near #Manchester Arena rushed to help young victims.
"We had to pull nails out of children's faces." pic.twitter.com/7lVWqojRL0
— Josh Caplan (@joshdcaplan) May 23, 2017
Calls for Katy Hopkins to be sacked after she called for a 'final solution' after the Manchester bombing. She deleted the tweet but it has been widely interpreted as a call for genocide. Hopkins has been reported to the police.
Putin has said he is ready to boost anti-terror cooperation with the UK after the Manchester attack
More calls for help as people are still missing.
Missing: Olivia Campbell at the #Manchester bombing. Her mom Charlotte Campbell is looking for her. Please RETWEET. #PrayForManchester pic.twitter.com/zyZf7KLdZE
— Giselle (@bocadabut3ra) May 23, 2017
Speaking outside Downing Street Theresa May condemned the "sickening cowardice" of the Manchester bombing:
"All acts of terrorism are cowardly attacks on innocent people, but this attack stands out for its appalling, sickening cowardice, deliberately targeting innocent, defenceless children and young people who should have been enjoying one of the most memorable nights of their lives."
Jeremy Corbyn condemns terror attack in Manchester
WATCH: Jeremy Corbyn's full speech condemning the terror attack in Manchester #WeStandTogether pic.twitter.com/ZGh2rrNkje
— Scott Nelson (@SocialistVoice) May 23, 2017
A number of people have pointed out that there are discrepancies between the facts as we know them and how Daesh claimed they happened in their statement claiming responsibility for the bombings
ISIS taking credit doesn't mean they were involved beyond inspiring someone. Their bar is low. https://t.co/lYGtTWDoPY
— rabia chaudry (@rabiasquared) May 23, 2017
Islamic State's official statement re #Manchester, w/ dubious figures re casualties, distributed on Nashir News channels before Amaq report pic.twitter.com/bQ17QSmxw5
— Michael S. Smith II (@MichaelSSmithII) May 23, 2017
Donald Trump calls terrorists behind the Manchester bombings, "evil losers"
In remarks, President @realDonaldTrump has branded the the terrorists behind the #ManchesterBombing as "Evil Losers". | #ManchersterArena pic.twitter.com/VMoLzDqGMi
— Maine First Media (@MaineFirstMedia) May 23, 2017
Video footage from the Ariana Grande concert last night moments before and after a suicide bomber killed 22 people.
Police in Manchester said they had carried out a controlled explosion in the Fallowfield district to the south of the city centre, as part of their investigation into yesterday's bomb.
"Police have executed warrants, one in Whalley Range, and one in Fallowfield, where a controlled explosion took place, as part of the investigation into last night's horrific attack at the Manchester arena," Greater Manchester Police said in a statement.
Images of the victims who emerged from the Park Inn Hotel that took in victims after yesterday's suicide attack.
23-year-old Salman Abedi, who was known to British authorities prior to the attack, named as attacker, CBS News reports.
Celebrities devastated by Manchester attack.
We need to stick together now more then ever! #Manchester #ItsNotYourFaultAri pic.twitter.com/wfCh7RMjEX
— Jamie♡ (@arianasgrenedes) May 23, 2017
People urge public for help as family members still missing after the attack.
SHARE & RT:
THESE PEOPLE ARE MISSING AFTER EVENTS AT MANCHESTER ARENA. HELP REUNITE THEM WITH THEIR FAMILY#ManchesterArena #Manchester pic.twitter.com/OqEqTFoVUf
— Josh Fergi (@FergiVlogs) May 23, 2017
Olivia Campbell missing since last nights terror attack. Her boyfriend's dad is searching hospitals in #Manchester pic.twitter.com/RRM6qXoD4H
— Kevin W. (@kwilli1046) May 23, 2017
EVERYONE PLEASE RETWEET THIS HELP ME!
THIS MY LITTLE SISTER KELLY SHE WENT TO THE CONCERT YESTERDAY IN #Manchester SHE IS STILL LOST pic.twitter.com/tLtBoeJtyD
— RT PINNED TWEET (@chaneljdbd) May 23, 2017
Footballers take to Twitter to pay condolences to the victims following the "evil" attack.
To target children at a concert is beyond comprehension. Beyond lunacy. Beyond evil. Heart goes out to all those who've lost loved ones.
— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) May 23, 2017
My thoughts & prayers are with all the families & friends affected by last nights attack in Manchester! #StandTogether
— Rio Ferdinand (@rioferdy5) May 23, 2017
Devastating news this morning. Thoughts and prayers are with all those affected.
— Wayne Rooney (@WayneRooney) May 23, 2017
Eight-year-old Saffie Rose Roussos names as one of the victims of the Daesh attack in Manchester.
Armed police evacuate Arndale shopping center in Manchester; reports say one man arrested.
Daesh claim responsibility for the attack at the Manchester Arena and said it was carried out with an explosive device planted at the concert, according to a statement the group posted on Telegram."One of the soldiers of the Caliphate was able to place an explosive device within a gathering of the Crusaders in the city of Manchester," the statement said.
Britain's domestic intelligence agency MI5 said it was revolted by the suicide bomb attack.
"Everyone at MI5 is revolted by the disgusting terrorist attack in Manchester last night," Director General Andrew Parker said in a statement on MI5's website.
"We remain relentlessly focussed, in numerous current operations, on doing all we can to combat the scourge of terrorism and keep the country safe," he said.
At least 22 people were killed and dozens more injured Monday in an explosion at a concert by pop star Ariana Grande in the northern city of Manchester, authorities confirmed.
Approximately 59 people were injured at the Manchester Arena.
They are being treated at six hospitals, Chief Constable Ian Hopkins from Manchester police said at a news conference.
Police said earlier the blast at the 21,000-seat arena shortly before 10.35 p.m. (2135GMT) local time was being investigated as a terror attack.
"We are working to establish full details of what is being treated by police as an appalling terrorist attack," Prime Minister Theresa May said in a statement early Tuesday.
"All our thoughts are with the victims and the families of those who have been affected," she added.
Home Secretary Amber Rudd condemned the "barbaric attack".
And an emergency COBRA (Cabinet Office Briefing Rooms) committee meeting will convene Tuesday.
The explosion occurred outside the venue, according to a statement by the arena that sought to assure patrons security at the location was adequate.
Train service at Manchester and Victoria Station are currently suspended, the National Rail services said.
The current terror threat level in the UK has been severe, which means a terror attack is highly likely.