Touching tribute to Manchester victims



REPRESENTATIVES from Marbella’s Council have held a minute’s silence at the town hall, honouring the victims of Monday night’s shocking terrorist attack at a concert in Manchester.

Twenty-two people were killed, including an eight-year-old girl, and 59 injured when a home-made device was detonated at the end of a concert at the Manchester Arena by Ariana Grande, an American singer.

Police believe Manchester-born 22-year-old Salman Abedi blew himself up in the attack which has been claimed by Islamic State.
Witnesses at the concert, which was aimed at young, mainly female music fans, reported seeing bodies on the floor, as well as nuts and bolts from the explosive.
Abedi had been a student at Salford university and had lived at several properties around Manchester. His family are of Libyan origin and the police believe the bomber was not acting alone.
Standing united: a minute’s silence at the town hall

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