The singer welled up as she was praised for her strength and bravery.
An emotional Ariana Grande was applauded for her strength as she gave her first interview since the Manchester bomb attack.While the singer didn't address the atrocity directly, she welled up as Jimmy Fallon spoke about it towards the end
"My heart, prayers and deepest condolences are with the victims of the Manchester attack and their loved ones."
Ariana Grande has posted her full statement on the bombing that took place at her Dangerous Woman concert in the city of Manchester, England on Monday night, May 22 (UK time). She expressed her condolences to the victims. The attack took the
The speculation has been shared by a fan account on Twitter.
Hours after a suicide bomber detonated an explosion which killed 22 and injured 59 people at the end of an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, the star tweeted about how "broken" she is following the tragic event.Fans lost their lives because
"We will not be terrorized by this heinous crime."
On Friday, September 2, an explosion wrought havoc on a popular night market on Roxas Avenue, Davao City. It left 14 people dead and more than 60 others injured.Davao City mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio immediately issued a statement extending her condolences
'I may invite uniformed personnel to run the country according to my specifications.'
On Saturday morning, September 3, President Rodrigo Duterte declared a "state of lawless violence" in the country in the wake of an explosion in Davao City that killed 14 people and left more than 60 others injured.ABS-CBN News noted that "
This young woman didn't allow a bombing incident that made her lose her legs hinder her aspirations of becoming a lawyer. Be inspired by her fearless story of recovery.
It was a not-so-ordinary Sunday in September when Raissa Laurel headed to Taft Avenue to attend the bar exam salubong, all dolled up for a concert that would take place at her college later that night. The next thing she
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