Ariana Grande posted a tribute to the youngest victim of the May 22 Manchester suicide bombing at one of her concerts. Tuesday would have been Saffie Roussos’ ninth birthday.
“Saffie, we’re [thinking] of you baby,” Grande wrote Wednesday night on Instagram, with an emoji of a birthday cake.
What’s newwwww, Buenos Aires Argentina, I love you ☁️ Saffie, we’re ???? of you baby ????
A post shared by Ariana Grande (@arianagrande) on Jul 5, 2017 at 8:00pm PDT
The young girl was one of 22 killed after a suicide bomber attacked concertgoers leaving Grande’s show. More than 250 were injured, including Roussos’ mother. Rousso’s father Andrew Roussos told the BBC that Lisa Roussos, Saffie’s mom, woke up from a coma and knew that her daughter was dead without having to be told.
“She just looked at me and said, ‘She’s gone, isn’t she?’ I just looked at
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The suicide bomber who attacked an Ariana Grande concert Monday night has been identified. The attacker is a 22-year-old British man whose parents had emigrated from Libya.
According to the New York Times, Salman Abedi is responsible for the attack. He lived in a house just three and a half miles from the arena, where he detonated a homemade bomb that killed 22 people and injured 59 others. According to NBC News, children are among the dead.
Abedi stood in a public concourse around 10:30 p.m. on Monday as the concert ended and crowds of young people began to leave, many for an adjacent train station. Abedi died in the attack.
At a late afternoon news conference on Tuesday, Chief Constable Ian Hopkins of the Greater Manchester Police identified the bomber as Abedi. His ID was found at the scene, according to the NYT.
Police also arrested a 23-year-old man
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