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    Moments after pop star Ariana Grande concluded a concert at Manchester Arena, United Kingdom, an explosion erupted.

    Following Ariana Grande's performance, a huge blast went off. Manchester residents claimed to hear the bang a mile away from the arena. The venue held about 20,000 people for the event. 

    Armed police and bomb squads arrived at the scene. 

    According to law enforcement, the attack claimed the lives of at least 20 people, and hundreds more were wounded. Ariana Grande is safe, according to her spokesman.    

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    • 11:06

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    • 11:00

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    • 10:48

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    • 10:30

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    • 10:29

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    • 10:28

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    • 10:27

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    • 09:11

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    • 08:46

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    • 08:37

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    • 07:19

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    • 07:01

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    • 07:00

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    • 05:58

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    • 05:48
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    • 05:24

    • 05:12

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    • 04:58
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    • 04:57

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    • 04:26

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    • 04:24

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    • 03:51
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    • 03:48

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    • 03:44

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    • 03:36

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    • 03:15

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