Sky News
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to slip through the net and carry out his attack a week ago today. So MI 5 will look into their systems and control messages which apparently downgraded the risk of Abedi, despite the fact that.
BBC Radio Wales
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is because she is to tell me to get her campaign back onto the central question as far as they're concerned which is this presidential choice between her and Jeremy Corbyn so I think she will be trying to focus on leadership and then that context you be talking a lot about brexit and should be talking about the response to the Manchester terrorist attack last week I think I'm Jeremy Corbyn spotted yes I think he wants to get away from the question of personality and all the rest and back onto policy you sticky labels policies to spend more money on public services infrastructure and all the rest of it so don't be trying to get back on the Dead call messages because I'm sure the actions only 10 days away and the girls this is the closest I get exposed to a proper leaders debate do you think this all shed much light only the person that has a potential pro prime minister and change people's Minds to do things really change people's opinions fucking sometimes people look at leaders in a slightly different ways.
Evening Standard
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BBC Radio Ulster
2 hours
the frustration really was the messages from British Airways where to go through you have to wait to be automatically bid rebook talk to go through your app or on the website or answer to rebook with options available now but you did that have a passenger you just send you an endless cycle of pages which they never got any worth it in most cases actually yesterday morning it was just going through through to an error screen really frustrating I think people here I feel that the passengers were stranded overseas many many thousands of them have always been forgotten about a little bit because a lot of the messages about how it normal flights are running from Heathrow normal flights running from Gatwick but it certainly doesn't feel like it over here and yesterday afternoon was I was told that you can be Tuesday before I can get it on a flight back home and take in the UK has been stories of hotels charging £1,000 maybe more.
Voice Of America
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Sky News
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should be looked at. But I fear about all those solutions are really solutions we have already considered, perhaps, and now we really need to look for other ways of targeting these hateful messages coming out and spreading. Hopefully something will come out of these enquiries but it is a tough job
Sky News
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of police officers and military personnel on the streets and they have still suffered. Yes, and the threat these days are so different to what it used to be even at the time of the IRA. If you look at how these hateful messages are spread and how people are recruited, a lot of it is done on the.
NPR
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BBC One East
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messages on Twitter. Essex Police report a rise in the number of hate crimes following the Manchester bombing. Between last Tuesday and Saturday, there were 37 incidents. The average figure is seven a day. Officers say it mirrors a national trend. An amusement arcade in Norfolk has shut after a fire this afternoon
Sky News
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hundreds of candles and messages of condolences. I highly emotional set of speeches from members of his family, but we heard from his mother, his stepfather and from members of his family who have been remembering him and paying respects to the other 21 people who.
Haaretz
18 hours
Anti-Semitic messages also were painted throughout the home, including in the kitchen and on the floors
BBC Two Northern Ireland
18 hours
get messages up when I'm in the gym. In terms of the Tyrone first half performance, dominated possession and chances, but only five points ahead on the scoreboard. The shot selection per.
BBC Two Northern Ireland
18 hours
Are you still in a Tyrone WhatsApp group? I quickly left. No time to get messages up when I'm in the gym
BBC News 24
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backgrounds. I've been speaking to some people who can't physically speak because they are so upset and are shocked by what took place and others who say they just want to come and pay their respects. This was a young children's lives that were taken away. Many children are here visibly upset. Leaving messages behind me, a lot of people came from the great Manchester run to leave.
BBC Radio 4
19 hours
turning here and he is the river and this was all done and after the first floor we can't actually see the river cuz there's a the Millwall yesterday the flood defences other girls do you say this is an election issue definitely yes I'll Be There She Goes to the Ganges something up in a sentence about on a cracker water party will do to prevent floods it's not very sexy messages suppose it when you compare it to things like the National Health Service and education it is a feeling flooded not just the only one.
BBC News 24
20 hours
through the app. But these are the messages that when you try to rebook. People simply cannot get through. On the website, or on the phone. In order to rebook their flights. With time ticking, people are starting to resign themselves to being stranded overseas for another night. Which is frustrating
BBC News 24
20 hours
BA advice. I know that is the same for myself as well. I can quickly show you the problem that we are having. BA are saying to rebook through the website, where you will be automatically rebooked or to go through the app. But these are the messages that when you try.
Sky News
21 hours
We've been absolutely overwhelmed by the response, we've had literally thousands of messages over the course of the last few days. Of course there'll be some poeple who aren't coming today and I completely understand that, but the general feeling is, we're going to be here even if we're not quite as fit as we thought we were going to be, even if we walk round we're going to take part in this momentous day for the city of Manchester
Sky News
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we've had literally thousands of messages over the course of the last few days. Of course there'll be some poeple who aren't coming today and I completely understand that, but the general feeling is, we're going to be here even if we're not quite as fit as we thought we were going to be, even if we walk round we're going to take part in this momentous day for the city of Manchester
Voice Of America
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Internet companies are beginning to be more helpful in the fight against terrorism, in the wake of the recent attack in Manchester, Britain’s home secretary said. Amber Rudd said in a British television interview Sunday Britain is making “good progress” in working with technology companies to attain access to the encrypted messages of terror suspects. She added, however, “The area that I am most concerned about is the internet companies who are continuing to publish the hate publications, the hate material that is contributing to radicalizing people in this country.” Concert in Manchester Saturday in Manchester, a group of local bands drew 50,000 fans to the city’s first big music event since Monday’s suicide bombing at Manchester Arena. Earlier Saturday, Britain reduced its terrorism threat level from “critical” to “severe.” Extra security, however, was in place at Old Trafford Cricket Ground, on the outskirts of Manchester, for a concert by Manchester bands the Courteneers, the Charlatans, Blossoms and Cabbage.
The Sun Daily
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"They have been sending us text messages, calling our hotline, requesting us to send rescue teams but we cannot simply go to areas which are inaccessible to us," Adiong told AFP. "They want to leave. They are afraid for their safety. Some are running out of food to eat. They fear they will be hit by bullets, by airstrikes," he said. The military announced on Saturday, the start of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, that it would step up the bombing. "In as much as we would like to avoid collateral damage, these rebels are forcing the hand of government by hiding and holding out inside private homes, government buildings and other facilities," said military spokesman Brigadier-General Restituto Padilla. "Their refusal to surrender is holding the city captive. Hence, it is now increasingly becoming necessary to use more surgical airstrikes to clear the city and to bring this rebellion to a quicker end.
France 24
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"They have been sending us text messages, calling our hotline, requesting us to send rescue teams but we cannot simply go to areas which are inaccessible to us," Adiong told AFP. "They want to leave. They are afraid for their safety. Some are running out of food to eat. They fear they will be hit by bullets, by airstrikes," he said. The military announced on Saturday, the start of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, that it would step up the bombing. "In as much as we would like to avoid collateral damage, these rebels are forcing the hand of government by hiding and holding out inside private homes, government buildings and other facilities," said military spokesman Brigadier-General Restituto Padilla. "Their refusal to surrender is holding the city captive. Hence, it is now increasingly becoming necessary to use more surgical airstrikes to clear the city and to bring this rebellion to a quicker end.
BBC News 24
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turn up until 90 minutes before your flight, because otherwise your country -- you will contribute to the congestion. People understandably perhaps aren't getting those messages or don't trust them, so a lot of congestion still here today a will. Those problems likely to continue from Sunday to come. Thank problems likely to continue from.
BBC News 24
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of the people who were cancelled yesterday won't be able to get on a flight today, nor will they be able to get their luggage back but was stuck at the terminal. The message from BA is not to come to the airport to collect your luggage, that will be careered onto you. Despite those messages, BA saying don't.