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8 Jul
"It's coming home!" shouted celebratory England fans in Manchester after coming from behind to beat Denmark 2-1, clinching a spot in the Euro 2020 final, their first in a major tournament since 1966.
26 Feb
Chelsea F.C. vs Manchester United F.C.: Assessing Ole at the wheel
22 Jan
Rotimi Daramola and Solomon Fowowe on The Nutmeg this week takes a look at the Liverpool F.C. slump on the EPL table and how Manchester United F.C. keep charging towards the title this season.
12 Oct 2019
An installation of 40,000 miniature toy soldiers in a shopping centre in Manchester, northern England, highlights the plight that many British soldiers face if their careers are ended by injury.
6 Oct 2019
The UK prime minister has turned up the Brexit rhetoric as his ruling Conservative Party meets in Manchester. But the annual conference risks being disrupted by a no-confidence vote in his government.
23 May 2018
In Prince Harry's first royal engagement since his wedding, he remembered the victims of the Manchester bombing and praised his father, Prince Charles, for his charity work.
22 May 2018
A suicide bomber killed 22 people as they left an Ariana Grande concert at a music venue in the northern English city of Manchester on May 22 last year.
5 Jun 2017
U.S. pop singer Ariana Grande headlines a star-studded benefit gig in Manchester in aid of victims of the bombing that rocked the Northern English city last month.
29 May 2017
British police say they have arrested a 25-year-old man and are conducting a search of a house in connection with the suicide bombing that killed 22 people at a Manchester pop concert.
27 May 2017
Pop singer Ariana Grande posted a message of support to her fans on Friday (May 26) after the incident at her Manchester concert which killed 22 people.
26 May 2017
"I have a few, like, holes in my legs... but compared to other people I'm quite lucky really," says Manchester bombing victim Millie Robson who had met Ariana Grande on the night of Monday's concert.
25 May 2017
Eight people have been arrested in connection with the suicide bomb attack on a Manchester pop concert in which 22 people were killed.

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