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>> A vigil for the dead. Manchester coming together after Monday's attack at the Ariana Grande concert. At least 22 people lost their lives and around 60 others were wounded. British police naming the attacker as 22 year old Salomon Abedi. Another man, a 23 year old, has been arrested.
No fear, a city united against hate. The placards say it all, I'm Lucy reporting from Reuters from Central Manchester, where thousands have gathered for a vigil, bringing messages of unity and peace, but also defiance. Tears stream down many people's faces earlier during the minute's silence as they remembered the victims.
Many of whom were children and teenagers. Some have now been named, Georgina Callandar who was 18, and Saffi Roussos, who was just eight years old. It's the deadliest attack of its kind in the UK since 52 people were killed by suicide bombers in London in 2005. Ariana Grande said she's broken over the tragedy, tweeting I'm so, so sorry, I don't have words.
Britain's political parties have agreed to suspend campaigning ahead of the general election on June the 8th.