Denis Staunton reports from Manchester as the impact of Monday night’s bombing is starting to sink in, as one by one the twenty-two people who died in the terrorist attack are being identified.
Sean FitzPatrick, the former chairman of Anglo Irish Bank, makes no comment as he leaves court after he was acquitted of all charges against him. Video: Colm Keena
U.S. President Donald Trump has visited the Vatican for talks with one of his most high-profile critics, Pope Francis. The two men exchanged sharp words during the presidential campaign last year. Video: Reuters
Former Manchester United footballer Eric Cantona has sent a heartfelt video message via twitter to the people of Manchester following Monday evening's terrorist attack. Video courtesy: Eric Cantona / @Devils_Latest
Thousands of people have gathered in Manchester City Centre for a vigil following a terror attack at the Manchester Arena. Video: Reuters
From Ireland to America, leaders from across the world have expressed their condolences with the people of Manchester.
The Ceann Comhairle and leaders of the different parties paid tributes to the victims of the Manchester terrorist attack. Video: Oireachtas
The former chairman and chief executive of Anglo Irish Bank, Seán FitzPatrick, has been acquitted on all charges against him at the Circuit Criminal Court. Video: Colm Keena
British prime minister Theresa May delivers a statement outside 10 Downing Street in the wake of a terrorist attack at a concert in Manchester.
US President Donald Trump has extended his condolences to the victims of the Manchester suicide bombing and said those behind the attack were 'evil losers'.
A mother and daughter attending the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester describes the scene of panic in the arena. Video: Reuters
Minister for Foreign Affairs Charlie Flanagan has said that Ireland stands by 'our nearest neighbour' following the terrorist attack in Manchester which has killed at least 22 people with more than 50 people injured. Video: Mary Minihan
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