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24 May 2017, 13:11
The region comes together after 22 people, including children, were killed after a suicide bombing at Manchester Arena.
At least 64 people were also injured when the bomb went off at the end of an Ariana Grande gig on Monday night.
The 23-year-old American singer was performing as part of her Dangerous Woman tour when a suicide bomber detonated an improvised explosive device.
The singer said on Twitter she is "broken" after the terror attack:
broken.— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) 23 May 2017
from the bottom of my heart, i am so so sorry. i don't have words.
Nottingham dad Nick Haywood was at the Manchester Arena when the bomb went off as he was there to pick up his daughter and her friend:
We spoke to Jacob from Nottingham who went up to Manchester on Monday night to offer people lifts back home:
The first victim to be named over the attack was 18 year old Georgina Callander. She was at the concert on Monday night and had met the singer back in 2015 which she posted on her Instagram:
Venues across the East Midlands say they are continuously evaluating their security:
Three new arrests have been made in connection with the Manchester Arena suicide bombing. A 23 year old man was already being questioned in connection with Monday's attack.
The attacker has been named as 22-year-old Salman Abedi - a British born man with Libyan heritage, but the Home Secretary says it seems likely he wasn't acting alone.
The terror threat level have been raised to 'criticial' overnight meaning another attack could be imminent.
It will see solidiers at the key sites across the UK. We've been speaking to Police forces across the East Midlands