Everyone Is Talking About The Manchester Terrorist Bombing, Here's What Actually Happened

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Everyone Is Talking About The Manchester Terrorist Bombing, Here's What Actually Happened

Everyone Is talking about the Manchester Terrorist Bombing, here's what actually happened.

Last night at about 5:30 pm (our time), there was a terrorist bombing at the end of an Ariana Grande in the Manchester Arena.

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Police have confirmed that at least 22 people, including children and the perpetrator were killed in the explosion. 59 more were injured.

Theresa May, the Prime Minister, confirmed the incident was a terrorist attack.

Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the attack.

IS has claimed responsibility for the Manchester Arena blast. The claim was made via IS channels on the messaging app Telegram.

May 23, 2017

Police have arrested a 23-year-old man this morning (Tuesday) in connection with the bombing. 

BREAKING: UK police arrest 23-year-old man in Manchester in relation to concert attack.

May 23, 2017

This is what The Royal Family had to say:

A message from Her Majesty The Queen following the attack in Manchester yesterday. https://t.co/CuaaPmRM1D

May 23, 2017

Here is some footage of what happened inside the arena :

#Manchester pic.twitter.com/LzMioNLp0J

May 23, 2017

Vídeo #ManchesterArena pic.twitter.com/txKtnhaEVr @crazy_kyia

May 23, 2017

EXPLOSION AT MANCHESTER ARENA AND EVERYONE RAN OUT SO SCARY😭 pic.twitter.com/pJbUBoELtE

May 22, 2017

For the latest updates on the situation, click here.

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