Police have confirmed children were among the dead after a suicide bomber struck at a Manchester concert.
Theresa May Prime Minister Theresa May suspended the general election campaign and will travel to Manchester on Tuesday to meet local authorities and emergency services. This is her statement to the media outside 10 Downing.
Jewel Topsfield and Amilia Rosa The Australian was no doubt apprehensive because it is common for appellate courts in Indonesia to impose harsher sentences on appeal.
Marissa Calligeros, Aisha Dow As other parents receive the worst news imaginable, Charlotte Campbell is being tortured by silence.
Staff Reporters Teenager Georgina Callander has been named among the 22 victims of the suicide bombing at a concert by US pop star Ariana Grande at Manchester Arena.
Rachel Olding Young concert-goers and their parents will be second-guessing heading to big events in Australia, psychologists say, as security experts warn that Australia can't rule out a similar attack to the Manchester stadium bombing.
Karuni Rompies and Jewel Topsfield The crowd roared as two men in their early 20s - one muttering through clenched teeth - received 83 lashes each outside a mosque in the Indonesian province of Aceh.
More than 20 people have died after a suicide bomber caused an explosion near the Manchester Arena where US singer Ariana Grande had just finished a concert. Here's what we know so far:
At least 22 people have died and about 50 people are injured following an explosion at Manchester Arena in northern England.
Georgina Mitchell, Megan Levy Police say at least 22 people have died and about 50 are injured following an explosion at Manchester Arena.