The President of the United States of America, Donald Trump has condemned the recent attacks which occured in England on Monday, May 22, 2017.
Trump who is on a tour in the Middle East, said these attacks will not be tolerated as they are evil and destructive.
“So many young beautiful innocent people living and enjoying their lives were mercilessly murdered by evil losers”, said Trump.
Death toll from suspected terror attack at Manchester Arena rised to 22 and 59 others were injured. Amongs the injured people are young children aged between 12 and 16 years.
The blast happened at 22:35 BST on Monday following a pop concert by the US singer Ariana Grande.
Relatives are using social media to hunt for missing loved ones, including children, caught up in the incident.
UK authorities have released a statement that a 23 year old man has been arrested in connection with the attacks in Manchester.
“The attacker used an improvised explosive device that killed people at the Arena. We believe that the attack was killed by one man”, said Manchester Police.
UK Prime Minister, Theresa Mayor also condemned the attacks saying that this was a barbaric action on innocent people who were out to have fun.
“I condemn the attacks on our people. We will strengthen our security so that these attacks on our citizens should not occur again.”, said Theresa.
“I know this terror threat level remains severe, however this will continue to be assessed and there will be a second emergency COBRA meeting later on Tuesday”, she added.
ISIS have currently claimed responsibillity of the Manchester attacks but UK authorities are not convinced with the claims citing that it has come without a photo or any identity.
Family members in Manchester are urging the public to help them with information on their missing relatives during the aftermath in Manchester.
Some of the people reported missing are; Chloe Rutherford, Lium Curry, Courtney Boyle, Phillip Tron, Olivia Campbell, Wendy Fawell, Kerry Brewster, Laura Mcintyre, Eilidh Macleod and Martyn Hett.
Manchester Police are urging the public to call them at 0800 096 0095 if they have any information about the missing people.