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Twenty-two people are killed at an Ariana Grande concert 22 May 2017

Twenty-two people are killed at an Ariana Grande concert in the 2017 

On 22 May 2017 at 22:31 suicide bomber detonated an improvised explosive device, packed with nuts and bolts to act as shrapnel, in the foyer area of the Manchester Arena. The attack took place after an Ariana Grande concert that was part of her 2017 Dangerous Woman Tour. 14,200 people attended the concert. Many exiting concert-goers and waiting parents were in the foyer at the time of the explosion. According to evidence presented at the coroner's inquest, the detonation of the bomb killed people who were up to 20 metres (66 ft) away.

Greater Manchester Police declared the incident a terrorist attack and suicide bombing. It was the deadliest attack in the United Kingdom since the 7 July 2005 London bombings.

Twenty-two people are killed at an Ariana Grande concert 22 May 2017


Attackers (of Ariana Grande Concert 2017)-

The bomber, Salman Ramadan Abedi, was a 22-year-old British Sunni Muslim of Libyan ancestry.He was born in Manchester on 31 December 1994 to a Salafi family of Libyan-born refugees who had settled in south Manchester after fleeing to the UK to escape the government of Muammar Gaddafi
He had two brothers and a sister.

He grew up in the Whalley Range area and lived   
in Fallowfield.According to The Times, Abedi had been among a group of students who had accused a teacher of Islamophobia for criticising suicide bombing.Some neighbours described the Abedi family as very traditional and "super religious". 

However, according to an acquaintance, Abedi was "outgoing" and consumed alcohol until 2012, while another said that Abedi was a "regular kid who went out and drank" until about 2016.Abedi was also known to have taken drugs, particularly cannabis.Abedi, his elder brother, and, prior to 2011, his father attended Didsbury Mosque.An imam at the mosque recalled that Abedi looked at him "with hate" after he preached against ISIS and Ansar al-Sharia in 2015.

Abedi was a supporter of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group, an organisation banned in the UK. He also reportedly said to his friends that being a suicide bomber 'was ok'.

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