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Sir Roger Moore, best known for playing James Bond, has passed away in Switzerland aged 89 after a 'short but brave' battle with cancer.
His family put out a statement on the actor, author and charity ambassador's Twitter page paying tribute to him and saying they will hold a private funeral in Monaco.
They're innocent children, they've done nothing wrong. They've not had lives.
As the nation reels from the shock of 22 deaths and 59 injuries following the catastrophic attack on Manchester Arena on Monday night, one mother is still wondering where her daughter is.
Olivia Campbell, 15, who was at the Ariana Grande concert that was targeted in the Lancashire city last night, is still unaccounted for and her distraught mum Charlotte spoke to us this morning.
She told Piers and Susanna: "I feel heartbroken, I feel angry. I just can't believe that this man can do this to innocent children, it is disgusting. They're innocent children, they've done nothing wrong. They've not had lives."
Watch the interview above
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Three victims of the Manchester terror attack have been named, including an eight-year-old girl, a teenager and a 26-year-old man.
Saffie Rose Roussos, eight, was named by her school as having passed away after the explosion at Manchester Arena, where US popstar Ariana Grande was performing.
The headteacher of Tarleton Community Primary School in Preston, said: "News of Saffie's death in this appalling attack has come as a tremendous shock to all of us and I would like to send our deepest condolences to all of her family and friends."
Earlier today Georgina Bethany Callander was the first confirmed dead by her college. The 18 year old reportedly died in hospital with her mother by her bedside.
The Chief Constable of Manchester Police has called the terrorist attack on Manchester Arena "the most horrific incident we have ever faced and one that we all hoped we would never see."
Ian Hopkins, who addressed the press in a statement this morning said that the 59 injured were being treated at eight different hospitals around the city and said that there are "significant resources deployed to both the investigation and the visible patrols that people will see across Greater Manchester."
Visible patrols include armed officers and more than 400 officers have been deployed on this operation throughout the night.
Police are appealing to members of the public for images or footage from last night that they think may assist the Police in their investigation.
Concerned relatives helpline: 0161 856 9400
What we learned from Ian Hopkins' statement:
Within seconds of getting into the foyer we heard a massive explosion. It shook through your whole body.
Good Morning Britain have spoken to eyewitnesses from last night's terror attack in Manchester. Friends Carol Taylor and Alison Pritchard were at the Ariana Grande concert at the O2 Arena with Alison's twin children, 9, and left just as the last song finished.
Carol said: "We were quite lucky. We were in a tier that was quite near the exit. Arianna had just played her last song. The kids were near the steps so we just took their hand and went down into the main foyer. Within seconds of getting into the foyer and within seconds we heard a massive explosion. It shook through your whole body."
We just heard that bang - everybody ran and I think everybody wanted to leave and get safe
Emmerdale actress Isabel Hodgins, 23, was at the Manchester Arena when the explosion happened on Monday night and gave us her eyewitness account of what has been described as an "appalling terrorist attack".
The soap star, who plays Victoria Sugden, was at the Ariana Grande concert venue when the loud bangs were heard.
Watch her eyewitness account here.
An explosion at Manchester Arena has left 22 people dead and 59 injured.
Downing Street have said an emergency Cobra meeting will take place at 9am today.
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