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New help for people traumatised by Manchester Arena attack

A dedicated mental health service has been launched to support those affected by the Manchester terror attack. It will help people who were at the concert, their families and friends plus the emergency responders.

They'll focus on how people are coping with flashbacks and disturbed sleep.

As well as the 22 people who died there were 250 injured but the impact sadly spreads way beyond and worryingly many of those affected are young children as Andrew Fletcher reports:

Man arrested on suspicion of terrorism offences released without charge

Police outside the Manchester Arena after the 22 May suicide bombing. Credit: Press Association

A 19-year-old man arrested on suspicion of terrorism offences, in connection with the investigation into the attack at Manchester Arena, has been released without charge.

The search at the property on Thelwall Avenue in Fallowfield has concluded and cordons have been lifted.

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