Thousands of Manchester residents gathered in the centre of the northern English city on Tuesday in a show of defiance against a suspected suicide bomber who killed 22 people, including children, in an attack at a crowded concert hall. The vigil, held in warm evening sunshine in front of the Town Hall, drew representatives of different religions who, one by one, condemned Monday evening's bombing, which ripped through a crowd leaving a show by US singer Ariana Grande. Members of the city's Muslim, Christian, Jewish and Sikh communities said they wanted to show that ...
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Reuters Last Updated at May 24, 2017 08:52 IST