Manchester United Observe Silence For Attack Victims

"What comes next", it said, "will be more severe on the worshipers of the Cross and their allies, by Allah's permission". Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, in an online, claimed the responsibility for the attack that left 59 persons injured including 12 children.

"Dangerous Woman" is among Grande's most popular hits: "Don't need permission, " the song begins, "Made my decision to test my limits".

Britain was in anguish on Tuesday after 22 people were killed and almost 60 injured when a suicide bomber ripped through an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester on Monday night, in an attack claimed by the Islamic State.

Singer Ariana Grande has said she has been left "broken" after a suicide bomber launched an attack at her concert killing 22 people, including children.

The Greater Manchester Police (GMP) confirmed that the blast with a "home-made device" was carried out by one individual, but did not reveal his identity. He died at the scene.

She was at the concert with her mother and older sister, who were both injured and later found in separate hospitals, the Manchester Evening News reported.

"The thought that anyone could go out to a concert and not come home is heartbreaking", said Chris Upton, the head teacher at Saffie's school, Tarleton Community Primary School in the village of Tarleton, Lancashire.

"I love her so much", Campbell said, in tears. "She was in her 60s and said she had been with her family", Parker said.

Campaigning for the June 8 parliamentary elections was suspended and May chaired a meeting of the government's inter-agency emergency committee on Tuesday morning. She is now on her global 'Dangerous Woman Tour, ' with her next scheduled concert for May 25 in London. The city will host a vigil in its Albert Square at 6 p.m. "I don't have words", she tweeted hours after the powerful blast.

In the video provided by TMZ, Perry can be seen hugging lots of people in the group of fans and saying "I love you" repeatedly.

Monet added: "They weren't safe".

Victims included children and teenagers who had gathered for the sell-out pop concert by the popular U.S. singer.

"It was a horrendous end to a flawless night", Joseph Harris, 16, told the BBC.

Concert announcer tried to keep concertgoers calm moments after deadly blast rocks the Manchester Arena. Most of the injuries were "shrapnel-like" - consistent with a bomb.

May called on the people to "be vigilant and to co-operate" with the police, pledging to take every measure available and provide the police and security services with every additional resource to protect the public.

As the country woke up to the devastating news, police patrols were stepped up around the country.

'This means that armed police officers responsible for duties such as guarding key sites will be replaced by members of the armed forces, which will allow the police to significantly increase the number of armed officers on patrol in key locations.

Speaking in Bethlehem, President Donald Trump offered his "deepest condolences" to the people of Manchester and the families of the victims. "I won't call them monsters because they would like that term, they would think that's a great name". They're losers. And we'll have more of them. We continue to do all we can to support them.

"We just ran as fast as we could to get away", Lunt said. The American pop star's concerts attract crowds of young people.

She often sought photos with celebrities - in fact, took a picture with Ariana Grande two years ago.

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