Manchester Mayor Expresses Condolences Over Deadly Terrorist Incident in City

Borough stands in solidarity with Manchester

Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham condemns 'evil' terrorist act at Ariana Grande gig

Greater Manchester Police chief constable Ian Hopkins said today, "I want to reassure people that the arrests that we have made are significant, and initial searches of premises have revealed items that we believe are very important to the investigation".

"There can be nothing worse than losing a child in a situation like this". Our first thoughts are with the families of those killed and injured.

"They gave the best possible immediate response to those who seek to divide us and it will be that spirit of Manchester that will prevail and hold us together".

"A lot of the information that leaked overnight Monday was fairly mundane, about casualty figures and the method of attack, but the leaking of the suspect's name was more disruptive because it might have tipped off other suspects", he said.

Andy Burnham has condemned the suicide bombing in Manchester as an "evil act". We will have more of them but they are losers.

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Authorities value the trusted relationships they have with partners around the world, a spokesperson for the National Counter Terrorism Security Office said.

Greater Manchester Police has confirmed the attack was the work of a suicide bomber.

"London stands united with the great city of Manchester today after this barbaric and sickening attack".

Shashank Joshi, a senior research fellow at the London-based Royal United Services Institute think tank, told CNN the leaks of information from the USA side seemed to be more frustrating than catastrophic to the Manchester investigation.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said: "It is incomprehensible that someone could use a joyful pop concert to kill or seriously injure so many people".

In a tweet announcing the event, Mayor Burnham said: "Please join us for a vigil at Albert Square at 6pm tonight".

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Armed police swamped the streets around the arena and police moved members of the public away from the area.

She said: "We struggle to understand the warped and twisted mind that sees a room of young people as an opportunity for carnage".

The Salford Star editor's daughter, Anya, age 13, was at the Ariana Grande concert with her friend and her older cousins.

At least 22 people have been killed and a further 59 injured after an attacker struck an Ariana Grande concert at the Manchester Arena on Monday night.

"That was blocked so everyone was just running to any exit they could find as quickly as they could".

Witnesses reported helicopters were circling above the scene after reports of the blast.

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A candle will be lit for those who have died and all residents are invited to attend.

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