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ATAC TERORIST ÎN MANCHESTER. Teroristul a fost identificat ca fiind libianul Salman Abedi. CARNAGIU. Cel puțin 22 de morți şi 59 de răniți după ce o explozie uriaşă s-a produs la Manchester Arena la sfârșitul concertului cântereței Ariana Grande - VIDEO
Update ora 23:00 Teroristul a fost identificat ca fiind Salman Abedi. El a venit cu trenul de la Londra la Manchester. La Sala Polivalentă "Manchester Arena" a ajuns cu transportul în comun, luând tramvaiul. S-a denotat pe holurile sălii de concerte după ce ușile s-au deschis pentru ca lumea să iasă.
Update ora 18:00 O fetiță de 8 ani se află printre CEI MORȚI. Trist, foarte trist.
Update ora 14:15 Teroristul a ajuns la arena unde avea loc concertul folosind transportul în comun. El a venit la locul crimei cu un tramvai.
Update ora 11:50 - Autoritățile confirmă atacul sinucigaș şi că atentatorul sinucigaş a murit în timpul exploziei. Numărul morților a ajuns la 22 iar al răniților la 59. Cea mai tânără victimă a fost identificată ca având doar 18 ani (şi nu 16 ani Cum s-a anunat inițial). Bomba a conținut cuie şi alte fragmente metalice.
Update ora 06:15 - Avem confirmarea analizei noastre de mai jos. Bomba nu a fost detonată în sala de concerte propriu-zisă ci undeva în zona caselor de bilete în mulțimea care tocmai ieșea. Așa se face că bunici care-şi aşteptau nepoții şi nepoatele să iasă de la concert pe coridoarele de ieşire ale sălii au fost răniți în timp ce nepoții lor care nu erau în primul val al celor de ieșeau au scăpat. În sală s-a produs o busculadă. Nu se ştie dacă o parte din victime s-au datorat şi busculadei s-au doar exploziei ce a avut loc la ieșirea din sală.
Update ora 04:40 -
Update ora 04:30. Poliția a anunțat că ar putea fi vorba de un atac sinucigaş. Atacatorul s-ar fi detonat în mulțime. Analiza resturilor cadavrului găsit al unui bărbat indică că ar putea fi vorba de cadavrul atentatorului care s-ar fi audetonat. Investigația e în curs.
Manchester, 23 mai 2017, ora 00:35 ora României, 22 mai 2017 ora 22:35 ora locală.
CARNAGIU. Cel puțin 19 morți şi 50 de răniți în urma unui atac terorist după ce două explozii s-au produs la Manchester Arena la sfârșitul concertului cântereței Ariana Grande.
Scene cutremurătoare cu adolescenți plini de sânge, care fugeau înspăimântați spre părinții lor ce-i așteptau îngroziți că n-or să mai vină niciodată
19 persoane au fost confirmate moarte și în jur de alte 50 de persoane au fost rănite după un atac terorist ce a avut loca la Manchester Arena la sfârșitul unui concert pentru adolescenți din seara zilei de 22 mai.
Înregistrările video au arătat că mii de oameni au fugit în lacrimi de la locul concertului, mulți dintre ele fiind acoperiți de sânge, după terminarea concertului cântăreței Ariana Grande.
Ofițeri armați au înconjurat locul de desfășurare, iar participanții la concert însângerați au fost ajutați de serviciile de urgență în afara stadionului de 21.000 de locuri.
"Sângele, sunetul, părți din corpuri ... nu îmi vor părăsi niciodată mintea"... Martorii spun că au asistat la scene groaznice la atacul terorist al Manchester Arena"
Noaptea trecută, martorii terifiați ai atacului terorist din Manchester Arena au vorbit despre groaza lor față de atrocitatea care s-a desfășurat în fața lor.
Filmul înfricoșător a arătat că copiii îngroziți de spaimă au sărit peste garduri, încercând cu disperare să scape din stadionul de 21.000 de locuri.
Iată câteva din relatările martorilor oculari prezenți în atacul traumatic.
Abby Mullen din Airdire, North Lanakshire, care a fost la eveniment, a spus:
"Pe măsură ce părăseam arena, o bombă sau o explozie, s-a predus la câțiva centimetri în fața mea. Pielea oamenilor, sângele și bucăți din corpurile lor erau peste tot, inclusiv în părul meu și pe geanta mea.
"Încă mai găsesc bucăți care Dumnezeu știe ce sunt în părul meu. Niciodată nu te aștepți ca aceste lucruri să ți se întâmple, dar asta dovedește că se poate întâmpla oricui".
"Acest sunet, sângele și cei care alergau în jurul meu cu părți ale corpului și cu bucăți de piele dispărute nu-mi vor mai părăsi mintea mea niciodată"
Poliția a fost calmă cu copii mici supuşi la aceste scene groaznice în Manchester seara după atacul terorist.
Polițiștii au calmat copiii supuși unor scene teribile în Manchester, în seara aceasta, după atacul terorist de la concertul cântăreței Ariana Grande
Alții au fost văzuți bandajați și sângerând.
Gary Walker, din Leeds, a fost cu soția sa în foaier, așteptând să-și ia cele două fiice care se aflau la concert.
El a spus: "Așteptam ca copiii să iasă. Am auzit ultima melodie, iar câțiva oameni au apărut la ieşire și apoi brusc a apărut un fulger masiv și apoi, un bang şi mult fum.
"Am simțit un pic de durere în picior și în şold. Soția mea mi-a spus: "Trebuie să mă culc". Am pus-o jos, avea o rană în stomac și, probabil, un picior rupt.
Am fost la aproximativ trei metri de explozie. Sunt surprins că am scăpat atât de ușor".
El a adăugat că soția lui a fost scoasă din clădire pe o masă cărată de polițişti ce a fost folosită ca o "mașină de salvare improvizată".
Evie Brewster, care a participat la concert, a declarat pentru MailOnline: "Ariana Grande tocmai își terminase ultimul cântec și a părăsit scena când a izbucnit o explozie uriașă".
"Dintr-o dată toată lumea a început să țipe și să alerge spre ieșire".
Daily Mail - Manchester Arena 'terrorist attack' as explosions cause carnage at the end of Ariana Grande gig sending bloodied teens fleeing
Nineteen people have been confirmed dead and around 50 injured after a terrorist attack inside Manchester Arena at the end of a teen concert tonight.
Video footage showed thousands of people fleeing in tears from the venue, many covered in blood, after the Ariana Grande concert finished.
Horrifying footage showed petrified children leaping over fences as they desperately tried to escape the 21,000-seat venue.
Armed officers surrounded the venue and bloodied casualties were seen being stretchered out of the concert that resembled a 'war zone'.
There were fears a 'nail bomb' had been used as witnesses described there being 'nuts and bolts flying everywhere.'
Last night police carried out a controlled explosion at Cathedral Gardens after finding a second suspicious device.
Bloodied concertgoers were pictured being helped by armed police outside the arena after explosions rang out at the gig +39 Bloodied concertgoers were pictured being helped by armed police outside the arena after explosions rang out at the gig
Evie Brewster, who attended the concert, told MailOnline: 'Ariana Grande had just finished her last song and left the stage when a huge explosion sounded.
'Suddenly everybody started screaming and running for the exit.
'We could hear the police and ambulance sirens. It was terrifying.
'There were thousands of people trying to get out at once. They were all screaming and crying. The whole place smelt smokey and burnt.
'The explosion sounded like it was inside the building somewhere.'
Abby Mullen from Airdire, North Lanakshire who was at the event said: 'As we were leaving a bomb or explosion went off centimetres in front of me. People's skin and faeces where everywhere including in my hair and on my bag.
'I'm still finding bits of God knows what in my hair. You never ever expect these things to happen to you but this proves it can happen to anybody.
'That sound, the blood and those who were running around clueless with body parts and bits of skin missing will not be leaving my mind any time soon or the minds of those involved.'
Manchester's Victoria station, which backs onto the arena, has been evacuated and all trains cancelled.
Greater Manchester Police said: 'Emergency services are currently responding to reports of an explosion at Manchester Arena.
'There are a number of confirmed fatalities and others injured.
'Please AVOID the area as first responders work tirelessly at the scene. Details of a casualty bureau will follow as soon as available.'
A spokesman said the explosion happened within the foyer area of the venue. A bomb disposal unit were spotted arriving at the scene.
The BBC have said senior counter-terror officials are assembling in London tonight.
Crowds run through Manchester station in panic after 'explosion'
The area around the arena was swamped with police and emergency services. Approach roads have been closed by police
Jonathan Yates, 24, from the Wirral, who attended the gig, told MailOnline: 'The concert had finished and the lights came on almost instantly. There was a bang, a weird bang. There were lots of balloons but I thought to myself that can't be a balloon, that's not normal.
'We were sat on the floor level and it came from the higher seats, people were running and screaming. Everyone stopped and I turned to my friend and said 'we need to run'. Everyone was running and screaming and then when we got out it felt a bit more OK.
'I heard five or six bangs that sounded like gunshots. When we got outside people were outside, crying and on their phones.
'You don't think it's something that's going to happen when you go...it was such a nice, fun concert.'
Nick Schurok, 28, from Manchester, told MailOnline: 'Ariana Grande had just finished the concert and the lights came on. Everyone started leaving. I was on the floor and at the back of the arena people started exiting through the tunnels.
'There was a bang in the left tunnel and everyone went to the middle tunnel. Then about two minutes later, there was another bang. The bang was so loud and crowds of people were running. There were lots of children and families there.'
Another witness Jenny Brewster told MailOnline: 'We were exiting the building when it happened. We'd headed towards the main doors as Ariana was performing the last song because we wanted to beat the crowds, but – as we made our way there - a wall of security men blocked it and told us to go the other way.
'Seconds later they shouted 'RUN!' and the explosion happened right behind them. Hundreds of people were running and screaming. Those men saved our lives.'
Armed police carrying assault rifles were quick to arrive at the scene. Police said they are treating the incident as terror-related 'until we know otherwise'
Catherine Macfarlane told Reuters: 'We were making our way out and when we were right by the door there was a massive explosion and everybody was screaming.
'It was a huge explosion - you could feel it in your chest. It was chaotic. Everybody was running and screaming and just trying to get out of the area.'
Majid Khan, 22, said: 'I and my sister, along with a lot of others were seeing Ariana Grande perform at Manchester Arena, and we were all exiting the venue when around 10.40-10.45pm-ish a huge bomb-like bang went off that hugely panicked everyone and we were all trying to flee the arena.
'It was one bang and essentially everyone from the other side of the arena where the bang was heard from suddenly came running towards us as they were trying to exit Trinity Way and that was blocked so everyone was just running to any exit they could find as quickly as they could.
'Everyone was in a huge state of panic, calling each other as some had gone to the toilet whilst this had gone off, so it was just extremely disturbing for everyone there.'
Another concert-goer Laura, 22, told MailOnline: 'There was a woman leaning against a car in the car park with her head down, covered in blood and a little girl being lifted away by paramedics. There were quite a few people injured in the car park.'
Her friend, Livvy, 22, added: 'we saw the explosion happen. Bits of it hit me. My first thought was, 'that's a bomb'.
'It was just when we were leaving. We saw a flash of light and smoke.
'We're really shaken up. If we had been there moment earlier we would have been caught up in it rather than seeing it.'
Witnesses described seeing crowds of people outside the concert hall on their phones trying to contact their parents
Oliver Jones, 17, was at the concert with his 19-year-old sister.
He said: 'I was in the toilet and heard a loud bang just after the concert had finished and people had started to leave.
'The bang echoed around the foyer of the arena and people started to run.
'I seen people running and screaming towards one direction and then many were turning around to run back the other way.
'Security was running out as well as the fans and concert goers.
'Reports of blood and people injured.'
He added: 'In so much shock and panic. You see this on the news all the time and never expect it to happen to you. I just had to run and make sure me and my sister were safe.'
She told the Press Association: '(I) just heard a huge bang from my bed, came out to the front of my apartments (we're on the top floor so have perfect view) and everyone was running away in big crowds.
'The bang was so big I heard it from my room which is at the back of the apartment blocks.
'Currently lots of emergency services going to and from. But can't see anything substantial as of yet except fleeing people and lots of cars.
Chris Parker, 33, was heading towards the box office when he heard an explosion.
He told The Sun: 'There was nuts and bolts flying everywhere, and also human flesh. It was just one bang and a white flash.
'I treated a woman called Pauline. I've got blood on my hands. It was like a war zone inside where the box office is.'
Erin McDougle, 20, from Newcastle said: 'There was a loud bang at the end of the concert. The lights were already on so we knew it wasn't part of the show.
'At first we thought it was a bomb. There was a lot of smoke. People started running out. When we got outside the arena there were dozens of police vans and quite a few ambulances.'
A group of young men from Sheffield said they had seen at least five people covered in blood and others being carried out by bouncers.
'Ariana Grande had just gone behind the curtain and the lights came up when there was this massive bang and a big cloud of smoke. I saw five people with blood all down them,' said one.
Police were on the scene following the suspected terror attack at the Manchester concert
Footage posted online by concert-goers showing fans filing out of the building while an announcer tried to maintain calm Sophie Tedd, 25, from Darlington, said the noise and smoke seemed to come from the tiered seating stage right. 'We were sitting on that side then suddenly there was this big bang in the block next to us,' she said.
'Everyone started screaming and we nearly got trampled on. There was a burning smell.'
A witness inside the venue, who gave only her first name, Ashley, told Sky News: 'After the explosion, the staff in the Arena were telling us to follow the exit and go outside.
'At first we did not think it was serious as we could not see any smoke but when we went outside we could see it was more serious.
'There were loads of police turning up telling people to move away from the site. 'Now there are a few people around still trying to get home - they are stuck because Manchester Station is closed.
'I've not seen so many police in my life.'
Erika Ignata, 18, from Cheshire, was at the concert with her 26-year-old sister, Monica.
She told MailOnline: 'We were on the ground floor when Ariana sung the last song. There was a massive sound which we immediately though was a bomb.
'I just grabbed my sister and we were running for the door, it was absolute chaos. All around me there were little girls.' Ms Ignata described running outside and seeing crowds of parents crying and trying to contact their children on the phone.
She added: 'Me and my sister ran and got into our car which was about 50 yards away from the Arena. I saw lots of girls crying and mums calling out.
'Lots of people shaking and calling on the phone trying to get in touch with people.'
Sasina Akhtar said: 'We were in the lower tier and there was an explosion behind us at the back of the arena.
'We saw young girls with blood on them, everyone was screaming and people were running. There was lots of smoke.'
A barman at the nearby Steven Charles Snooker Club, who gave his name as Tyler, said he saw people lying on the ground covered in blood.
'We've had a few people in with panic attacks and in all kinds of disarray,' he told Press Association.
'We've got four girls here - trying to get them sorted to get picked up.
'There was a gentleman on the floor with his leg all bleeding and woman with blood down one side of her face.
'We felt something but didn't know what it was - there was a sound like thunder.
'One girl had a panic attack and another had streaming tears, a woman had a heart attack just outside. 'It's a lot of teenagers - they're all in tears.'
Kindhearted locals also took to social media to offer their help to people who had attended the concert.
Kim Corbett wrote: 'If anyone needs picking up please let me know. I live in Bury but I'm happy to help any way I can. God bless those hurt tonight.'
Vicky Fraser added: 'If anybody needs somewhere to stay I will pick them up…can meet them as close as I can get to town.'
There are reports on social media that up to 50 unaccompanied children have been taken in to Manchester Holiday Inn and are being looked after by adults.
Paula Robinson posted on Facebook: 'We have taken as many kids as we can to Holiday Inn we will keep them safe and stay with them.'
Former Manchester United footballer Rio Ferdinand said: 'Just heard the news what's happening in Manchester... hope everyone is safe and sound!'
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn tweeted: 'Terrible incident in Manchester. My thoughts are with all those affected and our brilliant emergency services.'
Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron said: 'This is a shocking and horrific attack targeting children and young people who were simply enjoying a concert.
'My deepest sympathies are with the victims, and with families who have lost loved ones, as well as those desperately waiting for news.
'I would like to pay tribute to the bravery and dedication of the emergency services.
'This is an attack on innocent people and the nation is united both in its grief and its determination to stand up to this deplorable attack.'
Liverpool City Region metro mayor Steve Rotheram tweeted: 'My 2 daughters caught up in the Manchester explosion at the arena. They are thankfully safe, but I fear for others.'
He posted later: 'Confirmed deaths at the Manchester arena. Feel sick to think that people have lost their lives at a gig attended by so many young people.
'All my thoughts go out to those parents waiting to hear of the safety of their children. It's a parents worse nightmare. So, so sad.'
A spokesman for Greater Manchester Police said: 'Emergency services responding to serious incident at Manchester Arena. Avoid the area. More details will follow as soon as available.'
A British Transport Police spokesman said: 'We are aware of an incident at Manchester Arena. We have officers at the scene and will provide further updates as soon as possible.'
In a statement, Manchester Arena said: 'We can confirm there was an incident as people were leaving the Ariana Grande show last night. The incident took place outside the venue in a public space. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the victims.'
US pop singer Grande was performing her Dangerous Woman European tour at Manchester Arena when the incident happened.
Later this week, she is scheduled to perform in London, followed by concerts in Belgium, Poland and Germany.
GLOBAL HISTORY OF TERROR ATTACKS AT ENTERTAINMENT VENUES AND NIGHTCLUBS
November 13, 2015 - Bataclan Theatre: The Paris terror attacks included a bloody mass shooting at the theatre during an Eagles of Death Metal rock gig. There were 89 deaths in the theatre, and a total of 130 across the French capital on the night of Friday the 13th. A total of 368 people were injured across the city. Seven of the Islamic State attackers were killed.
November 13, 2015 - La Carillon bar: The Paris terror attackers also targeted a bar, where 20 people were killed.
December 4, 2015 - Cairo restaurant: Firebombs were thrown into the El Sayad restaurant in Egypt's Cairo, killing 16 people and injuring three others. Victims died from smoke inhalation or burns, after struggling to escape from the basement venue which had only one exit.
June 12, 2016 - Orlando nightclub: Omar Mateen, 29, slaughtered 49 people and injured 53 others at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, last year. Mateen was shot dead after a three-hour standoff with police at the Pulse nightclub. The attack was the deadliest mass shooting by a lone gunman and the deadliest violence against LGBTQI people in the history of the United States. The shooter swore allegiance to the Islamic State in a 911 call to police, but an investigation found Mateen had no links to the terror group.
June 28, 2016 - Kuala Lumpur nightclub: A grenade was thrown into the crowd at Movida nightclub in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, in June last year. Eight people were injured. In March this year, a high court judge sentenced two people to 25 years' jail for the attack, as well as an additional 10 years for supporting the Islamic State.
New Years' Eve 2016-17 - Istanbul nightclub: Partygoers were welcoming in 2017 when a shooter sprayed bullets into Reina nightclub and killed 39 people on New Years' Eve in Turkey's Istanbul. The alleged gunman, Abdulkadir Masharipov, who was born in Uzbekistan, was arrested after two weeks on the run.
January 1, 2016 - Tel Aviv bar: Two people were killed at Israel's Simta bar on New Years' Day last year while up to seven others were wounded. Witnesses claimed the gunman was smiling calmly while shooting people down at random with a machine gun. The gunman then killed a taxi driver as he fled the scene. Nasha'at Melhem, 31, was named as the killer and he was shot dead in a shoot-out with police a week later.
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