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Ariana Grande releases statement after terrorist atrocity at her Manchester gig

Ariana Grande releases statement after terrorist atrocity at her Manchester gig
Last night, as young people were leaving an Ariana Grande show at the Manchester Arena, a suicide bomber detonated himself in the foyer. Twenty two people have died and dozens are injured, and hundreds of children have been separated from parents and need to be reunited. It is a terrible event, targeted at children.
 
Ariana Grande has now released a short statement on social media, and it reflects the fact that she is herself a young person, who clearly feels a sense of responsibility. 
 
“broken. 
from the bottom of my heart, i am so so sorry. i don't have words.”
 
If you’re worried about anyone who would have been at the show, here’s the emergency hotline: 0161 856 9400. Manchester residents opened their doors to people, at times taking the lost off the streets and into their homes. 
 

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