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NEW YORK, NY - DECEMBER 06: Singer/songwriter Ariana Grande attends the Billboard's 13th Annual Women in Music event at Pier 36 on December 6, 2018 in New York City. (Photo by Jim Spellman/WireImage)

Ariana Grande’s scans reveal the impact PTSD has had on her brain

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    Remembering the victims of the Manchester Arena bombing

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Ariana Grande speaks out about Manchester bombing for the first time

“Every day I wait for that peace to come and it’s still very painful… It’s the absolute worst of humanity.”

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Father of youngest Manchester Arena victim pays touching tribute

“Saffie would love her pictures to be on TV”

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Ariana Grande is being made an honorary citizen of Manchester

Give the woman the keys to the city

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“She could walk into any Greggs and get a steak bake on the house”

Twitter responds to One Love Manchester

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People are getting this tattoo in honour of Manchester attack victims

And Ariana Grande has broken her silence on the bombing

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Twitter responds to terror threat level the only way it knows how

#BritishThreatLevels showcases the self-deprecating humour we Brits seem to love

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Homeless man who helped injured in Manchester attack offered rent

“He’s helped a lot of people, if I can help him, that’s really it.”

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Bataclan survivor offers words of hope to Manchester attack witnesses

“I want to tell you something that may seem hard to believe right now: it gets better.”

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People share messages of defiance after Manchester terror attack

“Don't be afraid. Dance until you're dizzy”

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The Royal Family thank people of Manchester following terror attack

“I would like to express my admiration for the way the people of Manchester have responded”

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Manchester attack: how you can help

The ways you can support the victims, survivors and investigation

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The entertainment world reacts to the Manchester terror attack

Tributes have poured in from stars across the globe following the tragedy

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Manchester Arena blast: at least 22 dead and more than 50 injured

Home Secretary Amber Rudd has called it a “barbaric attack, deliberately targeting some of the most vulnerable in our society”

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