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MANCHESTER – 22 Dead And 59 Injured In Arena Explosion, UK Election Suspended

21st Century Wire says…

We’re told that last night another ‘ISIS-inspired’ suicide terrorist attack took place in the UK. Amazingly, this event seemed uncannily timed with today’s OSCE-wide Counter-Terrorism Conference 2017 in Vienna, Austria. 

More incredibly, British Prime Minister Teresa May also declared that the ‘terrorists will never win’ before promptly moving to suspend the upcoming UK General Election.

Currently, the UK Parliament is also dissolved, and so there are no restraints on executive government control in the UK, which means that the UK could ramp-up its military operations in Syria – presumably under the banner narrative of “fighting ISIS.”

Stay tuned to 21WIRE for more investigative updates on this story.

SEE ALSO: Key Questions About the Manchester Bombing

Here’s the initial report from RT International… 

MayIMAGE: Britain’s PM Teresa May just suspended the general election.


Twenty-two people have been confirmed dead and around 59 others injured by police who are now treating the explosion that happened outside the Manchester Arena as a terrorist incident until they “know otherwise”.

LIVE UPDATES: Manchester Arena incident

Greater Manchester Police confirmed the number of fatalities in a statement which read:

“Just before 10:35pm on Monday 22 May 2017, police were called to reports of an explosion at Manchester Arena… This is currently being treated as a terrorist incident until police know otherwise”.

Several concert-goers reported hearing loud bangs which some have speculated may have been from the popping of large gas-filled balloons.

The panicked crowd were filmed fleeing the arena following the bangs. Greater Manchester Police responded to the scene, calling it a “serious incident” and has advised people to stay away from the area.

Loud sirens can be heard throughout Manchester and a heavy presence of police and emergency vehicles are in the area.

Concert goers were filmed fleeing the area following what witnesses described as a loud bang.

Greater Manchester Police confirmed they were responding to reports of an ‘incident’ and advised people to stay away from the precinct.

Manchester Metrolink announced that no services would be running at the nearby Victoria Station due to an “ongoing police incident”.

“Emergency services are dealing with an incident near Manchester Victoria, resulting in all lines being closed,” National Rail said in a statement. “Trains are currently unable to run to/from Manchester Victoria. Some trains will be canceled throughout or start/terminate at alternative stations.”

Continue this developing story at RT





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