A teenager from County Durham has described the One Love Manchester concert as 'important and refreshing'.
Millie Robson was among tens of thousands of people to attend Sunday's benefit concert fronted by American singer Ariana Grande. She managed to meet the pop star after the concert. Millie's Twitter followers made it happen, they all tweeted #GetAriToMillie and the hashtag started to trend. Millie tweeted to say 'you're my everything'.
Despite being injured in the city's terror attack a fortnight ago, the 15-year-old music fan said it was good for her to be at the show.
If I didn't come, I would have regretted it so much because it was a chance for me to show my respects for people but at the same time, personally, it was really refreshing and obviously not have anything bad happen.
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The Swedish rock band Europe is dedicating its next show to Marcin and Angelika Klis from York who lost their lives in the Manchester bombing.
Marcin who was a huge fan is pictured below with the band when they played in Leeds.
His daughter Alex says "Dad's up there absolutely buzzing."
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Survivors of the Manchester bombing have been treated at James Cook Hospital in Middlesbrough.
South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has confirmed three patients were treated for injuries at the site.
Details on the victims' age and sex, as well as the extent of their injuries have not been released. A spokeswoman for South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust said:
“We can confirm that three patients have been treated at The James Cook University Hospital.
We will not be providing any further detail on those patients.”
Twenty-two people were killed after Salman Abedi detonated a suicide bomb as people were leaving a concert at Manchester Arena last week.
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