Ariana Grande marks anniversary of Manchester bomb attack

Ariana Grande marks anniversary of Manchester bomb attack

Ariana Grande marks anniversary of Manchester bomb attack

Following the attack, Grande put on a benefit concert in Manchester for the families of those affected.

Salman Abedi, a British man of Libyan heritage, blew himself up outside the venue, in the northern English city, and an investigation continues into how the attack happened.

"The multi-faith service will remember those who lost their lives in the tragedy", Kensington Palace said in a statement. The singer returned to Manchester two weeks later to perform at an all-star fundraising concert.

It's been one year since a bombing took the lives of many Ariana Grande fans in England.

"You who were hurt or bereaved 12 months ago today are forever part of Manchester and forever part of us", he said.

Twenty-three people including the attacker were killed in the terror attack at an Ariana Grande concert.

"Thinking of you all today and every day I love you with all of me and am sending you all of the light and warmth I have to offer on this challenging day."

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Wiganers joined in a national minute's silence to remember the 22 innocent victims of the Manchester Arena suicide bombing yesterday. Rashford and team-mate Jesse Lingard visited survivors of the attack shortly afterwards.

They sang Rise Up by Andra Day before they held aloft 22 candles. "It will also give thanks to emergency workers who assisted on the ground and in the aftermath of the attack".

Among the dignitaries present were the Duke of Cambridge, Prime Minister Theresa May, Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn, First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon, Lib Dem leader Sir Vince Cable, Greater Manchester Chief Constable Ian Hopkins, Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham and Sir Richard Leese, the leader of Manchester City Council.

"We were very lucky, we know how lucky we are", he told Sky News.

"We're a city in recovery and we've still got a long way to go".

To mark the anniversary, scores of fans came together to hold a vigil, which saw them singing Ariana's latest single No Tears Left To Cry.

Flowers left by people as they pay their respects in St Annes Square on the 1st anniversary.

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