Manchester Arena bombing

The 23-year-old was found guilty of 22 counts of murder in March – just days before trials were halted due to lockdown.
Hashem Abedi helped create the explosives that killed 22 people as they left an Ariana Grande concert in 2017.
The rapper references the attack at Ariana Grande's 2017 concert on his new album Music To Get Murdered To.
Home secretary Priti Patel says victims of 2017 bombing need answers.
It seems extraordinary that concert venues and theatres have no obligation to take advice on reducing the risk of a terrorist attack and take sensible precautions, Lord Toby Harris writes.
Hashem Abedi has been in solitary confinement in Libya since his arrest two years ago.
He was arrested in Libya shortly after his brother, Salman Abedi, blew himself up at an Ariana Grande concert in May 2017.
An 11-year-old Muslim girl moved her teachers to tears with a speech she wrote after comforting a friend who was caught up in the Manchester Arena bombing. Sara Hussain, from Blackburn, Lancashire, talked about inventing a time machine so she could persuade Salman Abedi not to carry out the mass murders as fans left the Ariana Grande concert in 2017.
Andrew and Lisa Roussos, who lost their eight-year-old daughter, Saffie, want support available before an atrocity happens again.
"The world responded with such kindness, generosity and solidarity."