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The ‘One Love Manchester’ Artists Stand with London After Bridge Attack

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Our prayers are with the people of England, now more than ever. Less than two weeks after a suicide bomber killed 22 people and injured 59 others after an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, terrorists attacked the country again; this time, in London.

On Saturday, June 3, seven people were killed when a van drove into a crowd of people near London Bridge. Soon after, that same van drove to Borough Market, where three men reportedly exited the vehicle and went on a stabbing spree before the criminals were shot and killed by law enforcement officials. It’s being reported that nearly 50 people were taken to the hospital for injuries, some life-threatening, related to the heinous crimes.

So far, 12 people were arrested in Barking, east London, in connection to the incidents.

The June 3 crimes occurred one day before One Love Manchester, the benefit concert hosted by Ariana Grande in honor of the victims of the May 22 bombing; all proceeds will go toward the support of the families of those victims. Despite the latest terror, the concert is currently taking place, with the “One Last Time” singer at the helm:

Besides Ari herself, a few of her fellow #OneLoveManchester artists, like Niall Horan and will.i.am, also sent out their messages of support for London:

Other acts include Miley Cyrus, Usher, Katy Perry, Justin Bieber, and Little Mix.

Everyone, stay safe.
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Let’s focus our energy on the young victims of this heinous crime:

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