MORNING BULLETIN: Manchester terror attack kills 22, including children, at concert

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WORLD: 22 people are dead and dozens injured after a suspected terrorist bombing tore through music fans leaving a concert in Manchester.

WORLD: Here is what we know so far about the terrorist attack at Manchester Arena.

WORLD: Leaders from around the world have condemned the terror attack at a Manchester music concert and offered their condolences to the victims.

SHOWBIZ: Performers from across the globe have paid tribute to those who died in a terror attack at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester Arena.

IRELAND: Inevitably with a new Cabinet or reshuffle of ministers, there will be losers as well as winners. Fine Gael leadership hopeful Leo Varadkar has given a hint of what changes he might or might not make.

BUSINESS: Irish-founded computer games services firm Keywords Studios has extended its presence in Asia with the $6m (€5.3m) purchase of Shanghai-based company Strongbox.

ANALYSIS: Health and safety issues in the Air Corps have not gone away. Why is an investigation not underway, Joe Leogue wants to know

SPORT: There’s no other way to spin this: Manchester United offered to buy Liam Brady’s mother a washing machine if her son would sign for the club.

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MORNING BULLETIN: Manchester terror attack kills 22, including children, at concert

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