#UK l’#EI revendique l’attentat de #Manchester « un soldat du califat a posé des charges explosives »  ________    Et pourtant @owys663 avait annoncé l’horreur a #ManchesterArena avant d’être suspendu. _ 22_05_2017

#UK l’#EI revendique l’attentat de #Manchester « un soldat du califat a posé des charges explosives » ________ Et pourtant @owys663 avait annoncé l’horreur a #ManchesterArena avant d’être suspendu. _ 22_05_2017

22-05-2017

 

 

Nibiru 

Au moins 22 morts dans l’attaque de la Manchester Arena, un suspect arrêté

Et pourtant @owys663 avait annoncé l’horreur a #ManchesterArena avant d’être suspendu. _ 22_05_2017

et YouTube a suspendu mon canal après avoir reposté la vidéo d’avertissement d’attentat de l’Etat Islamique. Des vies auraient pu être sauvées si la vidéo avait été rendue publique –
YouTube complicité dans les attentats en supprimant les canaux et vidéos

 

 Attentat à Manchester : la police suspecte Salman Abedi, 22 ans, d’être le terroriste

La police locale évoque « un agresseur solitaire » qui s’est donné la mort avec un « engin explosif improvisé ». Le bilan est de 22 morts et d’une soixantaine de blessés.

L’ revendique officiellement l’attentat de .

L’ revendique officiellement l’attentat de .

l’ revendique l’attentat de « un soldat du califat a posé des charges explosives »

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Et pourtant avait annoncé l’horreur a avant d’être suspendu.

c’était un compte réel ou fake ? Genre DAECH tweete avant d’attaquer

c’était un compte réel ou fake ? Genre DAECH tweete avant d’attaquer

Et pourtant avait annoncé l’horreur a avant d’être suspendu.

 

2 tweets de L’EI passés sous silence !!!  pffff quel gâchis au nom de quoi ?😡

 

🔴Moment de l’explosion

Au moins 22 morts et 59 blessés ds l’explosion

à la #ManchesterArena 

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🔴Moment de l’explosion 
Au moins 22 morts et 59 blessés ds l’explosion à la #ManchesterArena selon la police (piste terroriste privilégiée) 

Dans la #ManchesterArena, les témoins décrivent un « bang » et un mouvement de panique http://www.lemonde.fr/europe/article/… 

🔴Explosion au #ManchesterArena

à la fin du concert de Ariana Grande,

22 morts dont des enfants. 

Ajoutée le 23 mai 2017

⚠️ Attentat à #Manchester : ‘explosion à la #ManchesterArena à la fin du concert d’Ariana Grande 
🔴URGENT 
#Angleterre
Explosion au #ManchesterArena à la fin du concert de Ariana Grande, 22 morts dont des enfants.

Explosion au #ManchesterArena à la fin du concert de Ariana Grande

22 morts et 59 blessés 

Ajoutée le 23 mai 2017

Explosion au #ManchesterArena à la fin du concert de Ariana Grande 22 morts et 59 blessés 
22 05 2017 
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22 morts et 59 blessés à #Manchester
#ManchesterArena

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Trump condamne l’attaque à par des « losers malfaisants » : « je ne les appellerai pas des monstres car ils aimeraient ce terme »

plusieurs blessés

 

Profonde inquiétude suite aux événements de cette nuit à Manchester en marge du concert d’ .

Réaction suite à l’attaque terroriste à le 22 mai au soir :

LES FAUX DISPARUS DE MANCHESTER

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Les « faux disparus » de Manchester

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Après l’attentat de Manchester, plusieurs fausses informations et photos ont circulé sur les réseaux sociaux. Certains internautes ont créé intentionnellement des faux avis de disparition, d’autres les ont parfois relayés sans la précaution nécessaire. Le phénomène s’était déjà produit lors d’autres attaques semblables, à Nice ou au Bataclan par exemple.

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Les visages en miniature de personnes signalées disparues

 

Mother who was critically injured in the Manchester terror attack has no idea her youngest daughter, 8, is dead as she lies unconscious in hospital

  • Georgina Callander, 18, has been named as the first victim of the terror attack at a Manchester Arena concert
  • She was one of 22 people killed when attacker set off an explosive device at the end of Ariana Grande show
  • A further 119 people injured by the suicide bomber, in what is Britain’s worst terror attack since 7/7 bombings
  • Georgina had tweeted US singer on Sunday saying how excited she was to see her, and met her two years ago 

The mother of Manchester terror attack victim Saffie Rose Roussos who herself was injured in the bombing has no idea her youngest daughter is dead, a devastated friend has revealed.

The eight-year-old primary school pupil was the youngest fatality of the atrocity named so far but in the mayhem of the attack her mother Lisa Roussos and elder sister Ashlee Bromwich  got separated from the young girl.

Neighbour Salman Patel said: ‘Saffie’s sadly passed away and her mother, we understand, isn’t aware. I am praying for the family, it is totally heartbreaking.’

Saffie is one of three victims that have been named among the 22 people who were killed when a suicide bomber blew himself up at the packed pop concert.

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Saffie Rose Roussos, 8, has been named as the second victim of the Manchester terror attackSaffie Rose Roussos, from Preston, was attending the Ariana Grande concert at the MEN Arena with her mother and older sister

Saffie Rose Roussos, 8, has been named as the second victim of the Manchester terror attack

18-year-old sixth form student Georgina Callander and ‘true gentleman’ John Atkinson, 26, were also killed in Britain’s worst terror attack since the 7/7 London bombings.

Speaking today, Post Office counter clerk Salman, who works opposite the family home in Tarlerton, near Leyland, Lancashire, told how Saffie’s dad Andrew had no idea of the horror unfolding as he arrived at Manchester Arena to collect his family.

Salman said: ‘He went to pick them up and arrived to find his wife in a critical condition, his elder daughter injured and his younger daughter lost.

‘I thought he meant lost in the crowd but heartbreakingly he meant lost forever, as in the end.

‘I am praying the mum pulls through and copes with the tragedy of finding out when she does about her daughter.

Lisa and Ashlee are believed to have suffered shrapnel wounds and are recovering in separate hospitals.

Salmon paid tribute to Saffie as ‘a cheerful, chatty and delightful little girl and always smiling.’

The first victim of the Manchester terror attack has been named locally as 18-year-old Georgina Callander. She is pictured with Ariana Grande two years ago

The first victim of the Manchester terror attack has been named locally as 18-year-old Georgina Callander. She is pictured with Ariana Grande two years ago

He said: ‘I am so shocked and can’t believe this has happened. I know the family really well and have known Saffie since she was a toddler. She was always coming into the Post Office.’

The victims had just finished watching a performance by US singerAriana Grande when a lone attacker detonated a ball bearing bomb as thousands of youngsters were leaving the MEN Arena. ISIS claimed responsibility for the atrocity.

Both Saffie and Miss Callander were from the small Lancashire village of Tarleton, around 10 miles from Preston, which is home to some 6,000 people. Residents are holding a candle-lit vigil tonight to remember the pair.

In total, at least 22 people were killed and 119 injured. Fifty nine needed hospital treatment – of which at least 12 were children – and 60 ‘walking wounded’ were tended to at the scene.

Miss Callander, 18, had posted a picture of herself with Ariana Grande at the same venue two years ago, captioning it: ‘My meet and greet photos came through, she was so cute and lovely, I hugged her so tight and she said she loved my bow. I can’t get over this, I never will.’

In a follow up message after meeting Ariana Grande backstage on June 4, 2015, Georgina wrote: ‘After 6 years of waiting I finally got to meet and see my love. I am so happy right now. Hands down the best concert of my life.’

This image, believed to be of victim John Atkinson (pictured left), 26, from Bury, has been posted on Facebook by a friend

This image, believed to be of victim John Atkinson (pictured left), 26, from Bury, has been posted on Facebook by a friend

On Sunday the teenager, from Chorley in Lancashire, tweeted the pop star, writing: ‘SO EXCITED TO SEE YOU TOMORROW.’ She was a second-year student at Runshaw College studying health and social care.

In a statement released this afternoon, Tarleton Community Primary School headteacher, Chris Upton, confirmed the death of his pupil, Saffie.

He said: ‘News of Saffie’s death in this appalling attack has come as a tremendous shock to all of us and I would like to send our deepest condolences to all of her family and friends.

‘The thought that anyone could go out to a concert and not come home is heartbreaking.’

He added: ‘Saffie was simply a beautiful little girl in every aspect of the word. She was loved by everyone and her warmth and kindness will be remembered fondly.

‘Saffie was quiet and unassuming with a creative flair. Our focus is now on helping pupils and staff cope with this shocking news and we have called in specialist support from Lancashire County Council to help us do that.

‘We are a tight-knit school and wider community and will give each other the support that we need at this difficult time.’

Saffie’s parents are believed to run a fish and chip shop in Leyland, Lancashire. Her mother is currently in hospital with non life-threatening injuries.

Tracey Radcliffe, a leader at 1st Tarleton Brownies, confirmed Saffie was a member of the troop.

The 40-year-old said: ‘She was an adorable and lovable little girl – she really was. I didn’t know her parents, but she was just lovely.

‘No one should go to a gig and not return.’

The village of Tarleton is also mourning the death of Miss Callander, with a vigil scheduled to take place for the pair, as well as a third victim from neighbouring Hesketh Bank who is yet to be named.

Pink balloons are set to be released and Ariana Grande songs played during the gathering at Mark Square at 6pm.

The first victim of the Manchester terror attack has been named locally as 18-year-old Georgina Callander (pictured)

The first victim of the Manchester terror attack has been named locally as 18-year-old Georgina Callander (pictured)
Georgina had tweeted the US pop singer Ariana Grande on Sunday evening, writing: 'So excited to see u tomorrow'

Georgina had tweeted the US pop singer Ariana Grande on Sunday evening, writing: ‘So excited to see u tomorrow’
Friends tweeted tributes to Georgina (pictured left in the main image), with one writing that her 'heart is truly shattered'

Friends tweeted tributes to Georgina (pictured left in the main image), with one writing that her ‘heart is truly shattered’

Georgina was one of the 22 people killed when an attacker set off an explosive device at the end of an Ariana Grande concertGeorgina Callander

Georgina was one of the 22 people killed when an attacker set off an explosive device at the end of an Ariana Grande concert

Brownie leader Tracey added: ‘For something like this to happen with two people being killed in the area, in which they way they were, is terrible.’

Her daughter Jade Radcliffe, 15, said: ‘There is fantastic community spirit here and we will all go to bed tonight holding our loved ones a little tighter.

‘It has shocked us all – honestly it’s so heartbreaking. It’s so, so scary to think it could have been us. It would make me think twice about going to a concert in the future. I don’t think I would go to another gig again.’

A close friend told the Evening Standard Georgina died in hospital with her mother at her bedside in hospital.

Friends paid tribute to her on social media, with one writing: ‘Rest in peace Gina. I love you so incredibly much, you deserved the world & more. I’m so lucky to have met you and known you.’

Another tweeted: ‘A beautiful girl with the kindest heart & soul, I’ll miss you forever, may you rest in a better place than here. I love you.’

Georgina was described as ‘the sweetest person you will ever meet’ by one friend, with another tweeting that she was ‘shattered’ by the news.

Another friend wrote: ‘Rest in peace one of the most kind and beautiful people I’ve ever had the pleasure of calling a friend.’ Others described Georgina as a ‘ray of sunshine.’

Actor Sean Maguire also took to Twitter to pay his respects to the ‘young and sweet’ teenager, writing: ‘Just met this girl in April.

COLLEGE’S TRIBUTE TO PUPIL GEORGINA

‘It is with enormous sadness that it appears that one of the people who lost their lives in Monday’s Manchester attack was one of our students here at Runshaw College.

‘Georgina Callander was a former Bishop Rawstorne pupil studying with us on the second year of her Health and Social Care course.

‘Our deepest sympathies, thoughts and prayers go out to all of Georgina’s friends, family, and all of those affected by this loss.’

‘She was killed last night in Manchester. My love to her and all the families of the victims.’

Tributes to 26-year-old John Atkinson have also been pouring in on social media.

It’s understood Mr Atkinson, from Radcliffe, had been leaving the Ariana Grande concert at the MEN Arena when it was targeted by the suicide bomber.

His friends set up a fund for his family, which received more than £1,000 in less than an hour after being established.

‘John was one in a million and loved by so many,’ wrote Hayley Turk, who organised the fund through website GoFundMe.

‘A true gentleman,’ she added.

‘Absolutely heart-broken,’ wrote a contributor, who gave her name as Kimberley Bowker.

Mr Atkinson’s Facebook account has been ‘memorialised’, a process only made possible by verified family members contacting Facebook directly.

One close friend wrote that her ‘whole body feels numb’ after learning the news on Tuesday morning.

‘I am devastated one of our friends lost his life last night in the MEN bomb attack,’ wrote another.

‘We all grew up together and we are heartbroken.’

Lee Paul posted on Facebook: ‘Sleep tight John Atkinson. Thoughts and prayers with all your family and the other 21 people who lost their lives last night.’

Tracey Crolla wrote: ‘Thinking of all the Atkinsons at this very sad time John Atkinson you turned into an amazing young man so kind and thoughtful you will be missed by everyone x x.’

Julie Mills said: ‘Just heard one of my good friends whom I’ve known since he was a little boy passed away last night. Condolences to his family and friends. RIP John Atkinson.’

Traumatised families have told of the scenes of carnage they witnessed, including how nuts and bolts tore into young music fans when the blast was detonated in the foyer area of the Manchester Arena as the concert ended.

The bomb went off at a time when mothers and fathers were leaving with their children and other parents were arriving to pick up groups of youngsters.

Actor Sean Maguire took to Twitter to pay his respects to the 'young and sweet' teenager, writing: 'Just met this girl in April

Actor Sean Maguire took to Twitter to pay his respects to the ‘young and sweet’ teenager, writing: ‘Just met this girl in April

Police this morning confirmed that the suicide bomber, who was known to police, died inside the arena. US security sources said the bomber had travelled to the venue on public transport.

Security sources have told MailOnline that the bomber was known to authorities and initial analysis of the ‘sophisticated’ device suggests he may have been part of a cell.

Hundreds of people are now desperately trying to track down loved ones who went missing in the aftermath of the attack, with police having to tell some parents their children have died.

Describing the scenes after the blast, one eyewitness told MailOnline she saw a young girl screaming ‘I don’t know where my sister is’. Another man told how he cradled a dying woman and saw a girl with her legs blown off.

As the explosion tore through the lobby, terrified youngsters stampeded for the sold-out 21,000-seater stadium’s exits in horrifying scenes caught on mobile phone cameras. Witnesses described the aftermath as being ‘like a warzone’.

US star Grande, who escaped unharmed, tweeted she was ‘broken’, adding: ‘From the bottom of my heart, I am so so sorry. I don’t have words.’ Her manager Scooter Braun said: ‘We mourn for the children.’

Eyewitness Jane Hanson, 44, was watching the concert from a box inside the packed arena with her 16-year-old daughter Andrea.

She told MailOnline she heard a ‘massive bang’ and saw a ‘stampede’ of people sprint out of the venue with one girl shouting ‘I don’t know where my sister is’.

This distressing picture purportedly shows the inside of the arena after the suicide attack at the Ariana Grande concert - its veracity has been confirmed by the two witnesses

This distressing picture purportedly shows the inside of the arena after the suicide attack at the Ariana Grande concert – its veracity has been confirmed by the two witnesses

Casualties are stretchered out of the concert on Monday evening after a terror attack in the Ariana Grande concert

Casualties are stretchered out of the concert on Monday evening after a terror attack in the Ariana Grande concert

Concert-goers and witnesses have described the chaos after 'huge bomb-like bangs' went off in Manchester Arena following an Ariana Grande gig

Concert-goers and witnesses have described the chaos after ‘huge bomb-like bangs’ went off in Manchester Arena following an Ariana Grande gig

A father carries away his daughter away following the terror attack at the Manchester concert
A father carries away his daughter away following the terror attack at the Manchester concert
This graphic shows where the explosion took place, in the foyer area, leading towards Victoria railway station 

This graphic shows where the explosion took place, in the foyer area, leading towards Victoria railway station

She said: ‘We were just getting ready to leave and there was a massive bang below. We initially thought it came from the stage but then we saw smoke below us. I saw children hysterically crying and panicking. One man was carrying children in his arms.

‘One girl was ran outside the venue and was shouting ‘We don’t know where my sister is’. Children were just running for their lives. It was blood-curdling.

‘It seems that the explosion happened at the front and those who decided to get up and leave just as it finished would have been caught up in the incident.

‘When we left the box it was terrifying. We didn’t know which way to turn and I was scared that we would walk down the wrong path.’

Chris Parker, 33, said: ‘I heard a bang and within a split second I saw a white flash, then smoke and then I heard screaming.

‘There was people lying on the floor everywhere. I saw a little girl … she had no legs. I wrapped her in one of the merchandise T-shirts and I said ‘where is your mum and daddy?’ She said ‘my dad is at work, my mum is up there’.’

He said he thought the child’s mother had died from her injuries.

Mr Parker added: ‘She passed away in my arms. She was in her 60s and said she had been with her family. I haven’t stopped crying.

‘There were nuts and bolts all over the floor. People had holes in their back.

A timeline of how the terror unfolded in Manchester

Manchester Arena braced for the performance of Ariana Grande

Manchester Arena braced for the performance of Ariana Grande

6pm: Doors open at Manchester Arena in the north of the city centre. US pop singer Ariana Grande is on the bill for a sell-out concert. Fans, many of them teenage girls, excitedly share selfies as they wait for the show to begin. The 21,000-capacity venue, which is the biggest indoor arena in the UK and the second larges in Europe, was sold out.

7.30pm: The show gets underway with a support act BIA, an American rapper, taking the stage. Fans wait patiently for the main event – American superstar Ariana Grande.

9pm: Ariana Grande arrives on stage to the delight of the thousands of fans who have travelled the globe to watch her perform her hits which include Problem, Bang Bang and Break Free.

10.30pm: The star leaves the show and thousands of gleeful fans begin to file out of the arena’s four exits. With the huge venue only half-empty, the horrifying sound of the booming bomb reverberates around the arena. Witnesses describe being knocked from their feet by an explosion and seeing dozens of injured, possibly dead, people including children lying on the floor. Others describe panic as concert-goers run for exits.

10.33pm: Greater Manchester Police (GMP) are called to reports of an explosion at Manchester Arena. Dozens of emergency services vehicles stream into the area and the emergency is confirmed two minutes later.

10.46pm: The North West Ambulance Service are called to the scene. They send 60 ambulances to Manchester Arena where victims have been maimed with shrapnel including nails and metal nuts from a bomb.

The bomber is believed to have entered a foyer area of the venue through doors opened to allow young music fans to leave

The bomber is believed to have entered a foyer area of the venue through doors opened to allow young music fans to leave

10.55pm: Police urge people to stay away from the area as responders deal with a ‘serious incident’. A huge police cordon is set up surrounding the building and roads are closed to the public as fans flee the massacre.

11.46pm:  Police confirm there have been a number fatalities, but cannot confirm the figure.

Tuesday

1.10am: Nineteen people are confirmed dead and around 50 others injured following the suspected explosion police say is being treated as a terrorist incident.

1.35am: A controlled explosion is carried out on a suspicious item in the Cathedral Gardens area near Manchester Arena. It is later confirmed to be abandoned clothing.

Bloodied concertgoers were pictured being helped by armed police outside the arena after explosions rang out at the gig

2.15am: Prime Minister Theresa May says her thoughts are with the victims and families of those affected in ‘what is being treated by the police as an appalling terrorist attack’.

3.51am: Shortly before 4am Ariana Grande tweets that she is ‘broken’, adding: ‘From the bottom of my heart, I am so so sorry.’

7am: GMP Chief Constable Ian Hopkins gives a statement. He says the death toll has risen to 22, including children, with 59 injured. He confirms police are treating the attack as a terrorist incident and believe it was carried out by a suicide bomber detonating an improvised explosive device.

9.02am: US President Donald Trump expresses his ‘deepest condolences’ and calls those responsible ‘evil losers’.

9.30am: The first victim of the atrocity is named as Georgina Callander. Miss Callander, 18, had posted a picture of herself with Ariana Grande at the same venue two years ago, captioning it: ‘My meet and greet photos came through, she was so cute and lovely, I hugged her so tight and she said she loved my bow. I can’t get over this, I never will.’

10.30am: GMP says it has arrested a 23-year-old man in South Manchester in connection with the incident. Footage shows officers leading the handcuffed 23-year-old to a police van outside a Morrisons supermarket in Chorlton-Cum-Hardy, south Manchester at about 10.30am this morning. Witnesses said the man was ordered to ‘get on the ground’ and that he was seen smiling at one point as a team of officers, who had arrived in a black Mercedes, made the arrest.

Armed officers arrested a man in south Manchester today with police saying the action was linked to the attack

Armed officers arrested a man in south Manchester today with police saying the action was linked to the attack

11am: After chairing a Cobra meeting, Mrs May says the attacker has been identified by security services, but does not release details. She says the ‘callous’ attack was ‘among the worst terrorism we have experienced in the United Kingdom’.

11.30am: The ambulance service confirm the number of people injured has reached at least 119. Of those hurt, 59 were taken to eight different hospitals in the Manchester area while around 60 were treated at the scene as walking wounded. The trust’s chief executive Derek Cartwright admitted nothing could prepare his staff for a moment like this.

12.12pm: The Queen releases a statement expressing her ‘deepest sympathy’ to all those affected by the explosion, adding that the whole nation had been shocked by the ‘death and injury’.

12.41pm: Islamic State claims responsibility for the atrocity. The extremists were quick to call the killer one of their soldiers, as has become the trend in the wake of many recent attacks in Europe. According to the SITE Intel Group, which monitors jihadist groups, the IS statement described the explosion as having taken place at a ‘shameless concert arena’.

Eight-year-old Saffie Rose Roussos, from Preston, was killed when a suicide bomber let off a nail bomb at a packed pop concert last nightAnother victim of the terror attack has been named locally as 18-year-old Georgina Callander. It is feared many children are among those killed, as well as parents who had accompanied their youngsters to the concert or were picking them upJohn Atkinson, 26, has been named as three of the 22 victims of the suicide bombing

Eight-year-old Saffie Rose Roussos (left), 18-year-old Georgina Callander (right) and 26-year-old John Atkinson have been named as three of the 22 victims of the suicide bombing. It is feared many children are among those killed, as well as parents who had accompanied their youngsters to the concert or were picking them up

1.37pm: Saffie Roussos, 8, is confirmed as the youngest named victim of the terror attack. She has been described as ‘simply beautiful’. Chris Upton, the headteacher of her school, Tarleton Community Primary, said: ‘The thought that anyone could go out to a concert and not come home is heartbreaking.’ Minutes later, the third victim was named – 26-year-old John Atkinson from Radcliffe who was leaving the concert. Friends and family have paid their respects online, describing him as an ‘amazing young man’.

2.02pm: GMP say they have executed warrants at addresses in Whalley Range, and one in Fallowfield where they carried out a controlled explosion.

4.30pm: Attacker named as Salman Abedi. Abedi, a 23-year-old British man of Libyan origin, detonated a deadly explosive that ripped through crowds leaving an Ariana Grande concert at 10.30pm. Police are trying to determine whether Abedi acted alone or was part of a wider terror cell.

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 Attentat à Manchester : la police suspecte Salman Abedi, 22 ans, d’être le terroriste

La police locale évoque « un agresseur solitaire » qui s’est donné la mort avec un « engin explosif improvisé ». Le bilan est de 22 morts et d’une soixantaine de blessés.

Au moins 22 morts dans l’attaque de la Manchester Arena, un suspect arrêté

Au moins 22 morts dans l'attaque de la Manchester Arena, un suspect arrêté © Andrew Yates Source: Reuters
Des voitures de police devant la Manchester Arena

Un «incident terroriste» dans une salle de concert à Manchester au Royaume-Uni a fait au moins 22 morts et 59 blessés. Un suspect en lien avec l’attaque a été appréhendé par la police britannique.

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  • Mardi 23 mai

    15h12 CETLa police de Manchester a procédé ce 23 mai 2017 à une explosion contrôlée dans le quartier de Fallowfield, dans le sud de la ville. Les équipes de déminage sont intervenus dans une habitation dans le cadre de l’enquête sur l’attaque de la Manchester Arena, a précisé la police dans un communiqué cité par Reuters

  • 15h00 CETAprès l’attentat de Manchester, Macron a déclaré sa «volonté de renforcer la coopération européenne» antiterroriste, lors de sa visite à l’ambassade du Royaume-Uni à Paris.

     : Emmanuel Macron dit vouloir « renforcer la coopération européenne » dans la lutte contre le terrorisme http://bit.ly/2q5fDwa 

     

    C’est «avant tout ces condoléances, ce sentiment de solidarité et ce plein soutien que nous tenions cet après-midi [le 23 mai] à exprimer. C’est aussi notre volonté de renforcer la coopération européenne en matière de lutte contre le terrorisme», a déclaré le chef de l’État après avoir signé un livre de condoléances. Emmanuel Macron a annoncé la tenue d’un nouveau Conseil de défense le 24 mai, «qui permettra d’avancer sur la constitution d’une « task force » anti-Daesh».

  • 14h20 CETUne deuxième victime, âgée de huit ans, a été identifiée. Elle se prénommait Saffie-Rose R.

  • 14h07 CETImages aériennes de la Manchester Arena au lendemain de l’explosion meurtrière :

  • 13h49 CETDaesh a revendiqué l’attentat de Manchester, selon l’agence de propagande de l’organisation terroriste, Amaq. Le communiqué, publié via l’un des canaux de communication de Daesh sur les réseaux sociaux, précise qu’un «des soldats du califat a placé une bombe dans la foule» lors du concert. Le groupe jihadiste menace également de mener d’autres attaques terroristes.

  • 13h31 CETEmmanuel Macron a fait savoir au Premier ministre britannique Theresa May qu’il avait mobilisé tous les moyens de coopération avec le Royaume-Uni, afin de lutter contre le terrorisme. Les deux dirigeants se sont entretenus au téléphone pendant une dizaine de minutes.

  • 13h25 CETLa reine du Royaume-Uni de Grande-Bretagne et d’Irlande du Nord, Elizabeth II, a condamné l’attentat de Manchester, le qualifiant d’«acte barbare».

    Le message d’Elizabeth II après l’attentat de Manchester.

     

    «La nation toute entière a été choquée […] j’exprime ma plus profonde sympathie à tous ceux qui ont été affectés par ce terrible événement, en particulier aux familles et aux proches de ceux qui ont été tués ou blessés», a déclaré la monarque dans un communiqué.

  • 13h16 CET«Rien n’a été fait de sérieux» dans la lutte contre le terrorisme en France, a estimé Marine Le Pen au lendemain de l’attentat dans une salle de concert à Manchester qui fait au moins 22 morts. «Je persiste à dire, j’assume mon propos, on ne fait pas le nécessaire pour protéger les Français face à cette menace islamiste terroriste qui va se démultiplier dans les mois qui viennent», a-t-elle ajouté.

  • 12h53 CETLa police de Manchester a annoncé le 23 mai l’arrestation d’un homme de 23 ans en lien avec l’attentat suicide qui a fait au moins 22 morts, dont des enfants, à la sortie d’un concert à Manchester dans la nuit du 22 au 23 mai.

    With regards to last night’s incident at the Manchester arena, we can confirm we have arrested a 23-year-old man in South Manchester.

     

    «Nous pouvons confirmer l’arrestation d’un homme de 23 ans dans le sud de Manchester», a précisé la police dans un communiqué diffusé sur Twitter.

  • 12h37 CETA Manchester, le centre commercial Arndale a été bouclé. Plusieurs témoins ont fait état d’une forte explosion selon Reuters.

    Prime Minister Theresa May says « there will be difficult days ahead » and « we all stand with the people of Manchester at this terrible time »

    The Arndale shopping centre in Manchester has been evacuated

     

  • 12h19 CETL’identité d’une des 22 victimes a été rendu publique. Il s’agit de Georgina Callander, une adolescente, âgée de 16 ans, venue assister au concert d’Ariana Grande à la Manchester Arena.

    Selon ses amis cités par le quotidien The Evening Standard, la jeune fille a fait partie des premiers blessés graves évacués vers l’hôpital. C’est là qu’elle est décédée, avec sa mère à ses côtés.

    Le 21 mai, cette fan de la chanteuse Ariana Grande partageait sur Twitter son enthousiasme à l’idée de se rendre au concert.

  • 12h09 CETSelon le Premier ministre Theresa May, la police britannique pense connaître l’identité de l’homme qui s’est fait exploser à la Manchester Arena. L’attentat de Manchester visait à faire, a-t-elle ajouté, «un maximum de victimes».

  • 10h43 CET«Paris rendra ce soir hommage aux victimes, en éteignant symboliquement la tour Eiffel à partir de minuit», a annoncé la maire de Paris, Anne Hidalgo, dans un communiqué.

    «En visant Manchester, les terroristes ont aussi voulu s’attaquer aux valeurs communes qui sont les nôtres : notre attachement indéfectible à la démocratie, à la liberté, à l’humanisme et au vivre-ensemble», a-t-elle précisé.

  • 09h02 CETLa gare routière de Victoria à Londres aurait été fermée et les rues avoisinantes bloquées après la découverte par la police d’un colis suspect, selon la BBC qui cite un porte-parole des forces de l’ordre.

    @metpoliceuk Victoria Coach Station has been evacuated. Buckingham Palace Road and other roads around the station closed- suspect package. [ro]

     

  • 08h47 CETLe Premier ministre britannique Theresa May et le leader travailliste Jeremy Corbyn ont, face à cet attentat, décidé le 23 mai de suspendre leur campagne en vue des élections législatives du 8 juin.

  • 08h45 CETSelon la chaîne de télévision CBS, la bombe était chargée de clous. De nombreuses victimes ont été blessées par des éclats et des clous propulsés par l’explosion.

  • 08h18 CETLa chanteuse américaine Ariana Grande a suspendu sa tournée mondiale après l’attentat lors du concert à Manchester qu’elle donnait dans la soirée du 22 mai, selon le site américain TMZ.

    La chanteuse a annulé son concert à Londres qui devait avoir lieu le 25 mai et suspendu les concerts en Belgique, Allemagne, Suisse et Pologne, d’après les informations du site.
    Ariana serait inconsolable et en proie à une crise d’hystérie. Selon une source de TMZ, elle n’est pas en mesure, pour le moment, de se produire en concert. Ses équipes réévalueront le programme de sa tournée lorsqu’elle sera psychologiquement rétablie.

  • 08h05 CETLe bilan passe à 22 morts et 59 blessés dans l’attentat de Manchester, a fait savoir Ian Hopkins, chef de la police de Manchester lors d’une conférence de presse. Des enfants figurent parmi les victimes.

    Selon les informations de police, un kamikaze aurait perpétré l’attentat et serait mort en se faisant exploser.

  • 07h17 CETEn Grande-Bretagne et ailleurs, de nombreuses personnalités politiques ont adressé des messages aux victimes et fait part de leur admiration pour les services de secours.

    «Une nuit terrible pour notre grande ville», a écrit, sous le choc, le nouveau maire de Manchester Andy Burnham. «Mon cœur est aux côtés des familles qui ont perdu leurs proches, mon admiration va à nos courageux services d’urgence», a-t-il ajouté sur Twitter.

    My heart goes out to families who have lost loved ones, my admiration to our brave emergency services. A terrible night for our great city

     

    Les pensées de Jeremy Corbyn, chef du Parti travailliste, sont allées «à tous ceux qui sont affectés et aux remarquables services d’urgence».

    Terrible incident in Manchester. My thoughts are with all those affected and our brilliant emergency services.

    Sadiq Khan, maire de la capitale britannique elle-même frappée par une attaque en mars, a insisté sur le fait que Londres était aux côtés de Manchester, faisant lui aussi part de ses pensées pour victimes et de son admiration pour les secours.

    London stands with Manchester – our thoughts are with all those killed and injured tonight and our brave emergency services. https://twitter.com/gmpolice/status/866786909544230912 

     

    En France, les maires de Paris et de Nice, autres villes touchées par la vague d’attentats qui frappe l’Europe, ont exprimé leur solidarité.

    «#Paris est cette nuit aux côtés de #Manchester. Mes pensées vont aux victimes, à leurs familles et aux secours qui interviennent sur place», a tweeté en français et en anglais le maire de Paris, Anne Hidalgo.

     est cette nuit aux côtés de . Mes pensées vont aux victimes, à leurs familles et aux secours qui interviennent sur place.

     

    Tonight,  stands with . My thoughts go out to the victims and their families.

     

    Le maire de Nice, Christian Estrosi, a lui aussi exprimé dans un tweet sa «solidarité avec les habitants de #Manchester». «Mes pensées vont aux blessés, aux familles et proches des victimes», a-t-il tweeté.

    Mes pensées vont aux blessés, aux familles et proches des victimes. Solidarité avec les habitants de 

     

  • 07h06 CETLes autorités de New York ont renforcé les mesures de sécurité sur des sites sensibles, précisant toutefois qu’il n’avait été fait état d’aucune menace spécifique visant le territoire américain.

    Le gouverneur de New York, Andrew Cuomo, a annoncé qu’il avait dépêché des patrouilles supplémentaires à «des endroits particulièrement sensibles» (métro, aéroports…) par «mesure de précaution» après l’attentat de Manchester.

    «Cet acte de terrorisme manifeste, visant un concert auquel assistaient des milliers d’adolescents et de jeunes, est une attaque horrible, inexplicable, visant nos valeurs universelles», a déclaré le gouverneur dans un communiqué. «New York est solidaire avec le peuple britannique, et avec nos amis à travers le monde, contre les forces de la haine et de la terreur», a ajouté Andrew Cuomo.

    Le département américain de la Sécurité intérieure a déclaré qu’il cherchait à obtenir plus d’informations sur l’attentat et se tenait prêt à aider les autorités britanniques.

  • 06h43 CETSelon les services de secours du nord-ouest de Manchester, au moins 59 personnes sont prises en charge dans des hôpitaux de la ville après cet attentat.

    NWAS has taken 59 casualties from the Manchester Arena incident to various hospitals & treated a number of walking wounded on scene

  • 06h36 CETLe Premier ministre britannique Theresa May a condamné l’«attaque terroriste épouvantable» qui a eu lieu à Manchester à la sortie d’un concert à la salle Arena faisant 19 morts et une cinquantaine de blessés.

    «Nous travaillons à établir tous les détails de ce qui est traité par la police comme une épouvantable attaque terroriste», a souligné Theresa May tout en faisant part de sa compassion à l’égard des familles des victimes.

  • 06h22 CETLa chanteuse américaine Ariana Grande s’est dite «brisée» par l’attentat à la salle Arena de Manchester qui a fait 19 morts juste après le concert qu’elle venait d’y donner dans la soirée du 22 mai.

    «Brisée. Je suis affreusement désolée. Je n’ai pas de mots», a tweeté le 23 mai la chanteuse, qui effectue actuellement une tournée en Grande-Bretagne.

    broken. 
    from the bottom of my heart, i am so so sorry. i don’t have words.

  • 02h50 CETLa police de Manchester a annoncé qu’elle allait procéder à une explosion contrôlée à quelques dizaines de mètres de la salle de concert Arena où une explosion présumée a fait 19 morts.

    «Il va y avoir une explosion contrôlée dans les jardins de la Cathédrale. Si vous entendez du bruit, n’ayez pas peur», a annoncé la police sur son compte Twitter.

  • 02h32 CET«Nous confirmons qu’un incident a eu lieu alors que les spectateurs quittaient le concert d’Ariana Grande. L’incident a eu lieu à l’extérieur de la salle dans un espace public. Nos pensées vont aux victimes», a déclaré la direction de la Manchester Arena dans un communiqué.

  • 02h20 CETD’après NBC News, plusieurs responsables gouvernement américains ont affirmé que les autorités britanniques soupçonnaient un attentat-suicide.

    BREAKING: Multiple U.S. officials say UK authorities suspect Manchester incident was conducted by a suicide bomber http://nbcnews.to/2q4TmP0 

  • 02h09 CETLa police de Manchester a confirmé le nombre de 19 morts et une cinquantaine de blessés dans un bilan actualisé.

    Les autorités traitent l’incident comme un acte terroriste jusqu’à preuve du contraire.

    Selon la BBC, les responsables du contre-terrorisme britannique se réunissent actuellement à Londres.

  • 01h40 CETLa police ouvre une enquête pour «acte terroriste».

      la BBC annonce que la police britannique ouvre une enquête pour « acte terroriste ».

  • 01h39 CETUne équipe de démineurs se dirige vers la Manchester Arena.

  • 01h37 CETNBC, citant des sources policières, évoque un premier bilan faisant état d’une vingtaine de morts et de centaines de blessés.

    NBC News: Law enforcement officials say at least 20 dead and hundreds have been injured following reports of an explosion in Manchester, UK.

  • «Nos agents sont à la Manchester Arena suite à des rapports faisant état d’une explosion au stade à 22h30 ce soir», a déclaré la police britannique des transports dans un communiqué.

    «Les services d’urgence sont sur les lieux et nous travaillons à en savoir plus concernant l’explosion et nous fournirons d’autres mises à jour dès que possible», a-t-elle précisé.

  • 01h26 CETDe nombreux véhicules de police ont été aperçus fonçant sur le site du drame.

    Auteur: Ruptly TV

  • 01h23 CETUn fort mouvement de panique a suivi les bruits de détonations à l’intérieur de la salle de spectacle comme le montre cette vidéo :

    Auteur: Ruptly TV

  • 01h17 CETUne vidéo circulant sur les réseaux sociaux et enregistrée à proximité de la Manchester Arena laisse entendre une forte détonation accompagnée d’un flash lumineux.

    🔴  
    Sur cette vidéo, on entend une explosion et on voit un flash lumineux (à gauche)

  • 01h14 CETLa police de Manchester a annoncé le 23 mai qu’il y avait «des morts et des blessés» à la suite d’un «incident grave» survenu dans une salle de concerts dans cette ville de l’ouest de l’Angleterre.

    Police statement on incident at Manchester Arena

  • 01h11 CETLa chanteuse Ariana Grande a été mise en sécurité et n’est pas blessée.

Dans la nuit du 22 au 23 mai, une explosion a été entendue à la fin du concert de la chanteuse Ariana Grande qui se produisait à la Manchester Arena, une salle de spectacle pouvant accueillir 21 000 personnes. Un mouvement de panique a rapidement gagné les spectateurs.

Sur Twitter, la police de Manchester a confirmé que 19 personnes au moins avaient perdu la vie et qu’une cinquantaine étaient blessées. Les autorités ont confirmé intervenir suite à un «incident» et ont demandé aux personnes d’éviter le secteur de la Manchester Arena.

«Ceci est traité comme un incident terroriste» a indiqué la police.

Latest statement on incident at Manchester Arena

De nombreux véhicules de secours ont été aperçus se dirigeant à toute vitesse sur place.

EXPLOSION AT MANCHESTER ARENA AND EVERYONE RAN OUT SO SCARY😭

«Les services d’urgence s’occupent actuellement d’un incident à proximité de la station Manchester Victoria. Toutes les lignes sont coupées», a informé la National Rail, en charge du métro de la ville, dans un communiqué. «Les trains ne circulent pas au départ et à destination de Manchester Victoria», a précisé l’organisme.

@ArianaGrande @Breaking911 La police de Manchester conseille d’éviter la région du stade  via @Breaking911 pic.twitter.com/O61NBsoYHE

@ArianaGrande @Breaking911 Confusion autour du  suite au concert d’ @ArianaGrande ou des explosions auraient eu lieu pic.twitter.com/vnakuNADzU

 

L’origine de l’explosion n’est, pour le moment, pas connue.

 : Ambulances sur les lieux.
Police évacue le quartier.

Raconter l’actu

https://francais.rt.com/international/38687-plusieurs-explosions-entendues-lors-concert-manchester-panique

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