Manchester commemorates Bomb Attack after last year’s Ariana Grande Concert: In Manchester, on Tuesday afternoon the suicide attack was remembered after a concert by Ariane Grande. It is exactly a year ago that 22 people lost their lives in the attack.
The people who died during the attack remembered during a memorial service in Manchester Cathedral. Among those present were surviving relatives and victims who survived the attack, writes iStorify.
Prince William and British Prime Minister Theresa May also attended the service, as did Labor leader opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn and Scottish Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon.
At 14.30 local time followed a minute of silence throughout the country.
On 22 May 2017, the suicide attack took place and killed 22 people at Machester Arena. More than a hundred people were also injured. At the moment of the attack,
the concert of Ariana Grande had just ended. Among the victims were seven children, including a girl of eight years old.
The singer herself was not being at the commemoration but left behind a message via Twitter.