Ariana Grande breaks silence on Manchester attack: "We won't let hate win"

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The Islamic State has claimed responsibility, though British authorities have not determined whether he was truly associated with them or received any assistance while building his bomb or plotting his crime.

The 23-year-old, who suspended her tour and returned to her Florida home after the tragedy, said she planned a concert as "an expression of love for Manchester".

The performance will honor and raise money for the victims and their families, she said in a letter to her fans.

The dates of the concert have not yet been set.

"So that is what it will continue to do for us", she said. "We won't let hate win", she wrote.

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Grande has a large young female fan base, many of whom were caught up in Monday's attack by British-born Salman Abedi. A place for them to escape, to celebrate, to heal, to feel safe and to be themselves.

Authorities were investigating whether Abedi had possible contacts with extremists in Germany, including during a 2015 visit to Frankfurt, the official said, speaking on the condition of anonymity.

"My heart, prayers and deepest condolences are with the victims of the Manchester Attack and their loved ones".

"Music is something that everyone on Earth can share".

The Press and Journal also devotes its front page to Eilidh MacLeod and says her family has been left devastated by her death.

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On Wednesday, Grande's management team confirmed to USA TODAY that she was canceling shows through June 5 and resuming the tour in Paris on June 7.

PM May had cited the possibility of a broader network of plotters on Tuesday night when she raised Britain's alert level from "severe" to "critical" and announced the deployment of troops to guard key sites.

She has only occasionally shared personal views, including criticizing double-standards for women in entertainment, voicing support for gay rights and advocating a vegan diet to prevent animal cruelty.

Former Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher, a Manchester native, said on Friday he would donate the proceeds of his show next Tuesday in the city to a fund supporting victims and their families.

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