manchester - Thousands of people gathered on Albert Square in Manchester on Tuesday evening to commemorate the city bombing. They held a minute's silence of respect for the victims.
The bishop of Manchester, David Walker, made a candle at the start of the meeting. Some people left flowers in the city center, while others wore signs with 'I love Manchester'.
Respondents applauded members of the Sikh community who arrived to distribute free drinks. They declared the city want to help, 'at a time when it's going bad'. Also, someone in the square wrote a firm message on the ground: 'Today we are grieving, but we are strong. ''