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Man City manager's family safe after bombing

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola's family is safe.

Pep Guardiola's wife and kids safe after deadly suicide attack killed 22 people and injured dozens.

Ariana fans tremble recalling attack video

Manchester is coming to terms with one of its darkest days.

"Poor Rihanna ... just kept asking every five or 10 seconds, 'Are we going to die?'," her father said.

Manchester: 'The face of hate' video

One of the first pictures of Manchester suicide bomber, Salman Abedi, taken some years back.

First pictures of Manchester bombing suspect emerge as investigators find disturbing book at his home.

The Manchester victims

Saffie Rose Roussos, 8, was at the concert with her mother and sister.

Saffie Rose Roussos, 8, had been at the Ariana Grande concert with her mum and sister, both of whom were injured.

Video: Manchester mourns video

People flee Manchester Arena after an explosion was heard during an Ariana Grande concert.

Mancunians grieve for the 22 victims of a suicide bombing in the Manchester Arena.

Photos: Manchester bombing gallery

Women wait to take part in a vigil for the victims of an attack on concert goers at Manchester Arena.

Manchester begins to mourn, a day after a suicide bombing at a concert killed 22.

Did bomber act alone?

One of the first pictures of Manchester suicide bomber, Salman Abedi, taken some years back.

The sophisticated Manchester attack raises questions - were there others involved? Will they strike again?

The kids who haven't come home

Olivia Campbell, 15, had not been heard from since the explosion at Manchester Arena.

Desperate parents of children still missing after the Manchester attack wait - and hope - for news.

So close, then so far stuff nation

What if I'd been on an earlier train to work?

I was one tube stop away from an exploding bomb, and it was more than enough to convince me to move home to my family.

Grande's NZ shows still possible

At least 22 people were killed at Ariana Grande's Manchester concert (file pic).

Pop singer Ariana Grande will reportedly suspend her world tour, but it's unclear if an Auckland show will be cancelled.

Poet's tribute captivates masses

"There's hard times again in these streets of our city, but we won't take defeat and we don't want your pity," poet Tony ...

Crowds mourning bombing dead rally to poet's rousing tribute to Manchester.

Car smashes family through fence video

An out-of-control car is about to hit Mandy White and her family as they walk to school in the UK.

Mum now too terrified to walk her children to school after crashed car hits them on a footpath.

Singer's mum ushers fans to safey

Joan Grande with her daughter, singer Ariana Grande.

Ariana Grande's mother hailed as angel after helping escort young fans to safety

Live: Olivia Campbell confirmed dead

Olivia Campbell

Mum whose pleas to find daughter missing in Manchester bombing sparked worldwide action says she's now "with angels".

Exits blocked in mad dash video

Katrina, a survivor of the Manchester terror attack.

Katrina watched as children fell over down the arena stairs. She saw people trampled, a crush.

Manchester rejects terror

Mancunians gather for a vigil for the victims of the suicide bombing attack on concertgoers at Manchester Arena which ...

"Love beats hate" say defiant city residents, after darkest day in which 22 died.

Victims in Man Utd's 'hearts' video

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho: "We cannot take out of our minds and our hearts the victims and their families. ...

Victims of a deadly bomb attack in the :minds and hearts'' of the Manchester United squad.

'Security hardly even checked bag'

Police officers help an injured victim after the suicide bombing at the conclusion of the Ariana Grande concert in ...

Joe Ryan hoped it would be one of the best nights of his life but it ended in panic and fear.

Isis claims responsibility video

Armed police officers stand outside the arena.

Islamic State says it was behind the suicide bombing that killed 22 leaving an Ariana Grande concert in the UK.

Kiwi expat heartbroken by bombing video

New Zealand expat Jo Howlett says she'll "keep people closer" in the wake of the Manchester concert bombing.

Jo Howlett loves Manchester, where she's lived since 2003. Today, the city's not the same.

Homeless men's heroism in blast video

Homeless man Stephen Jones said he acted out of instinct when he rushed to help the injured at Manchester Arena.

When a bomb went off at Manchester Arena, Stephen Jones and Chris Parker rushed to help the victims.

Tributes flow for victims

Georgina Callander, 18, a victim of the suicide bombing at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, posted a picture of ...

Eight-year-old girl, 18-year-old woman and 26-year-old man among first-named victims.

Trump slams 'evil losers'

US President Donald Trump hits out at Manchester's attackers.

US President says perpetrators of terror must be "obliterated" in wake of deadly concert attack.

Mother's terror after bombing video

Lisa Duggan was separated from her 13-year-old daughter as they fled Manchester Arena.

Worried attackers were lying in wait around the corner, Lisa Duggan and daughter Katie began to flee Manchester Arena. Then, they were separated.

Suffer little children

Ungraspably evil: Moors murderers Myra Hindley and Ian Brady.

OPINION: Mancunians thought Ian Brady's death was a chance to put it behind them, but now kids are victims again.

Ariana Grande concert explosion: Musicians react

Ariana Grande is due to sing in New Zealand in September.

Lorde, Katy Perry and Liam Gallagher are among musicians expressing shock after the deadly blasts at an Ariana Grande concert.

The kids who haven't come home

Olivia Campbell, 15, has not been heard from since the explosion at Manchester Arena.

Desperate parents of children still missing after the Manchester attack wait - and hope - for news.

Manchester explosion: What you need to know

Emergency services arrive close to the Manchester Arena.

Police report 22 people have been killed in an incident at an Ariana Grande concert at Manchester Arena.

Ariana Grande 'broken' after attack

Ariana Grande was performing in Manchester when bomb went off towards the end of her concert.

Pop star physically okay, but "broken from the the bottom of her heart" following blast at UK concert.

False reports amid Manchester chaos

Armed police officers stand near the Manchester Arena, where singer Ariana Grande had been performing.

Here's a rundown of some of the false claims circulating so far.

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