Following last night's terror attack at an Ariana Grande concert at Manchester Arena, people, organisations and nations across the world have shown their thoughts are with those affected, writes Pam Ryan.
Britain is seeing their flag flying at half mast everywhere.
The North Wales Police flag flies at half-mast as a mark of respect to those who lost their lives in Manchester last night. pic.twitter.com/FQMfDLRVzO— Gareth Pritchard (@hgpritchard11) May 23, 2017
The UK Flag is flying at half-mast at Saint John City Hall in memory of the victims of the attack in Manchester yesterday. pic.twitter.com/CxdpvqYzsf— Bernard Cormier (@BernardCormier) May 23, 2017
Walking home past the Houses of Parliament. Flag at half mast for the Manchester victims & the dark clouds representing this sad solemn day💔 pic.twitter.com/ly2DNAv0aa— Alexa Morden (@alexamorden) May 23, 2017
Flags in Edinburgh at half mast for Manchester. pic.twitter.com/pD31Em4TAs— Elliot Adams💀📚🏴 (@ElvishCostello) May 23, 2017
Harrods flag flies at half mast for those killed and injured in the Manchester atrocity. pic.twitter.com/zGbhp92VgQ— KA (@KAKnightsbridge) May 23, 2017
Signs of solidarity are popping up from all over the world and foreign embassy bases in Britain.
Madrid's Congress's flag at half mast united standing with Manchester against terror pic.twitter.com/UugcjEUNcK— Michael Butler (@MikeSButler13) May 23, 2017
28 EU flags at half mast. pic.twitter.com/FOimEsoqsl— Daniel Boffey (@DanielBoffey) May 23, 2017
The flag on the Peace Tower will be flown at half-mast until sunset on May 25, 2017. pic.twitter.com/iwXP8HRcXw— Senate of Canada (@SenateCA) May 23, 2017
Our thoughts and prayers remain with Manchester and those affected by last night's incident.