Manchester attack

Manchester attack: Ariana Grande visits injured fans

The star spent time with youngsters at the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital in a surprise appearance ahead of a benefit concert on Sunday.

Following the singer's visit, the father of one of the injured said he had never seen his daughter so happy.

Suicide bomber Salman Abedi killed 22 people and injured dozens more at Grande's 22 May Manchester Arena gig.

Grande arrived back in the UK on Friday morning ahead of the One Love Manchester concert at Old Trafford cricket ground.

Manchester One Love concert: 'Thousands make false ticket claims'

The agency said "opportunists or touts" had tried to take advantage of its offer for those who were at the Ariana Grande concert at Manchester Arena.

It has said fans at the original show can get into Sunday's event for free.

Some 25,000 people applied - but just 14,200 were at the concert on 22 May.

Twenty-two people died and 116 were injured in a suicide bombing at the end of Grande's show.

Katy Perry pays tribute to Manchester victims at a gig in London

The singer was doing an intimate gig in a pub near Kings Cross station when she spoke to the crowd.

"It was hard. It was hard for you guys I know, it was hard for me, because we all love music.

"And that's my friend, that's my cousin, that's my friend who loves music", she added before getting tearful.

Twenty-two people were killed in the attack at the Manchester Arena after an Ariana Grande concert on Monday night.

Manchester attack: Trump condemns media leaks

They were a "grave threat to our national security", he added, and he would get to the bottom of it.

His remarks come after US media published photos from the scene of Monday night's explosion.

Salman Abedi blew himself up after a Ariana Grande concert, killing 22 adults and children and injuring 116.

Mr Trump, who is at a Nato summit in Brussels along with UK Prime Minister Theresa May, said: "These leaks have been going on for a long time."

Manchester attack: Police 'not sharing information with US'

UK officials were outraged when photos appearing to show debris from the attack appeared in the New York Times.

It came after the name of bomber Salman Abedi was leaked to US media just hours after the attack.

Theresa May said she would tell Donald Trump at a Nato meeting that shared intelligence "must remain secure".

The bombing on Monday killed 22 - including children - and injured 64.

The Queen has arrived at the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital to visit some of the injured.

Ariana Grande cancels upcoming shows on her tour

The singer was scheduled to perform in two shows at London's O2 Arena on Thursday and Friday, but in a statement obtained by CNNMoney, Grande said she's canceled all shows through June 5.

"Due to the tragic events in Manchester the Dangerous Woman tour with Ariana Grande has been suspended until we can further assess the situation and pay our proper respects to those lost," according to a statement released on Wednesday by Grande's management team.

Manchester attack: Images of bomb released as police tighten net

Britain's National Police Chiefs' Council warned Wednesday that leaks of potential evidence "undermine our investigations" and the UK Home Secretary Amber Rudd said she had made it clear that leaks "should not happen again."

The New York Times Wednesday posted photos that show what it reported could be the detonator, a battery, nuts and screws for shrapnel, and fragments of a backpack used in the attack.

Manchester attack: Police move in on arena bomber's 'network'

Salman Abedi, a 22-year-old British-born national of Libyan descent, was identified by police as the suicide bomber in the Manchester Arena attack, which killed at least 22 people, including children, and injured dozens Monday night. Abedi is believed to have been killed.

Manchester attack: UK raises terror threat as bomber details emerge

The change in status has led to speculation that that Abedi may not have been acting alone and police are investigating whether Abedi belonged to a wider network. Rudd said that it was "likely, possible, that he wasn't doing this on his own."

Police have conducted a series of raids since the attack and arrested three men in south Manchester on Wednesday. Another 23-year-old man was arrested on Tuesday.

Up to 3,800 military personnel have been made available across Britain following the attack, the Home Secretary announced, and almost 1,000 are now deployed.

Miley Cyrus dedicates 'Voice' performance to Manchester victims

The singer and "Voice" coach took the stage to perform her new single "Malibu," but took a moment beforehand to acknowledge the incident that left at least 22 people dead and 59 people injured, including children and teens.

"I'd like to dedicate this song to my good friend Ariana Grande and everyone who experienced that horrific attack yesterday," Cyrus said. "Our hearts are with you."