Friday, June 2, 2017


Salman Ramadan Abedi attacked an Ariana Grande Dangerous Woman concert at the Manchester Arena located in Manchester, England with a shrapnel suicide bomb on May 22, 2017.  ISIS confirmed that it was responsible for the attack against the Ariana Grande concert.  Sixteen people were arrested for aiding Salman Ramadan Abedi and eleven of them are still in jail.  The eleven that remain in jail are suspected of being part of a Manchester, England based ISIS Terrorist Cell.  Twenty-three people, including suicide bomber, is dead.  One hundred and sixteen people were injured by the attack.  Seventy-five of those injured continue to be in the hospital.  Twenty-three of those still in the hospital, including five children, are in intensive care. 
On June 2, 2017, Ariana Grande paid a surprise visit to the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital.  Ariana Grande spent time with children injured by Salman Ramadan Abedi and even spent time posing for selfies as well as signing autographs.  Life is slowly returning back to normal for Ariana Grande as well as for the city of Manchester, England.

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