19 Killed by Bombings at Ariana Grande's Manchester Show

At least 50 are also injured by what is believed to be suicide bombings.

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At least 19 people have been killed and 50 are injured following a bomb explosion during an Ariana Grande concert at Manchester Arena, UK. Eyewitnesses reported that explosions were heard outside the auditorium after the songstress had finished her show and left the stage. After the bomb exploded, attendees were screaming trying to escape the building. A spokesman for Ariana Grande, 23, said the singer was “okay.” Two U.S. officials said a suicide bomber was suspected in the explosion, but this has not been confirmed. If this is confirmed as a terrorism incident, it would be the deadliest attack in the UK by militants since four British killed 52 people by suicide bombings in July 2005. Check out some footage below the Manchester Arena incident below and head over to reddit for the most up-to-date news.

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