At least 19 killed in suspected terror explosion at UK concert

Manchester, UK. Police and other emergency services are seen near the Manchester Arena after reports of an explosion. Police have confirmed they are responding to an incident during an Ariana Grande concert at the venue. Reported Explosion at Manchester Arena, UK - 22 May 2017 (Rex Features via AP Images)

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Traumatized concertgoers screamed and fled in what appeared to be the deadliest episode of terrorism in Britain since the 2005 London subway bombings.

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// Photos from Manchester, England, after concert explosion

A suspected terror bombing left at least 19 people dead and 50 injured at a concert in Manchester, England.

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