Death toll rises in UK suicide attack at Ariana Grande concert
23 May 2017 | 9:06 am
At least 22 people were killed and dozens wounded when a suicide bomber struck as thousands of fans streamed out of a concert in the English city of Manchester on Monday.
22 Feb 2020
Would ban on Manchester City lead to mass Exodus of key personnel?
22 Mar 2020
The brother of Salman Abedi, who killed 22 people at an Ariana Grande concert in May 2017 has been convicted of murder. Hashem Abedi's trial heard that his DNA and prints were found at the flat where the bomb was made.
13 Jul 2020
The Court of Arbitration for Sport has lifted Manchester City's ban from UEFA competitions.
21 Jul 2020
Highlights of the NDDC probe on Monday
16 Aug 2020
Olympique Lyonnais have stunned Pep Guardiola's Manchester City in the Champions League to set up a semifinal against Bayern Munich. The German club had thrashed FC Barcelona in the quarterfinal on Friday.
21 Aug 2020
A man who helped his brother carry out a suicide attack at an Ariana Grande concert more than three years ago has been jailed. Hashem Abedi was found guilty of murder for encouraging and assisting Salman Abedi.
1 Dec 2020
Manchester United remain tight-lipped about 'ransom demands'
29 Jan 2021
Manchester United lose in a shock 2-1 home defeat by the Premier League's bottom club Sheffield United leaving Manchester City alone at the top of the table.
8 Feb 2021
On Monday Monologues, Solomon Fowowe just stops short of handing Pep Guardiola's Man City the Premier League title after their victory over Liverpool at Anfield. Solomon also talks the La Liga title and Luis Suarez's incredible season.
15 Feb 2021
Police in the capital, Mogadishu, fired at the attacker as he broke through a checkpoint, allowing civilians to escape before the explosion.
9 Mar 2021
Man Utd end Man City's winning run but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer plays down talk of Premier League title race revival.
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At the start of the pandemic, London-based Palestinian actor, filmmaker and music producer Mo'min Swaitat discovered 10,000 tapes in the West Bank while in lockdown there – music that documented a moment in Palestinian history that hadn't been heard for 30 years. He spent eight months listening to the tapes, making it his mission to digitise and re-release this window into the past. One of the tapes he found was "The Intifada 1987”, an album by Riad Awwad. Mo'min tells Eve Jackson why the discovery is so important to Palestinians.
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The conflict in Gaza is something we're used to seeing on the news, but now, events in the Palestinian territory are popping up on the small screen as fiction. Following the success of hit Israeli shows like "Fauda", Hamas is throwing itself into television production, with a series to tell its side of the story. We take a closer look.
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While WhatsApp has over 2 billion users, Telegram has over 500 million monthly active users. Apart from these 2, Wire, Discord, Viber, and Skype are some other options in the list of WhatsApp alternatives. Telegram focuses on security, is free and importantly, it can be used on all devices at the same time.
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The omicron variant of COVID-19, which was first detected in South Africa, has so far resulted in fewer deaths and hospitalizations than previous waves. Though some experts warn not to take the variant lightly, life has almost returned to normal in cities such as Cape Town, where restaurants and bars are open for the first time since the pandemic began.
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A massive volcanic eruption in Tonga that triggered tsunami waves around the Pacific caused significant damage to the island nation's capital and smothered it in dust. Yet some internet users shared false images of the natural catastrophe. Why? We take a look at why fake footage frequently circulates on social media in the aftermath of extreme weather events and other catastrophes.