How World Leaders Have Responded To The Manchester Attack

Last night’s terror attack in Manchester, England has devastated the world. More than 20 people have been pronounced dead and about 59 people were hurt in the suicide bombing. Relatives are still looking for missing loved ones.
Musicians have expressed their shock and condolences, including Ariana Grande, who had just finished playing a concert at Manchester Arena, where the bomb went off.
British politicians have agreed to suspend campaigning for the general election until further notice. Prime Minister Theresa May condemned the terrorist attack, saying in a brief statement, “We are working to establish the full details of what is being treated by the police as an appalling terrorist attack,” The Sun reported. “All our thoughts are with the victims and the families of those who have been affected.”
Ahead, a look into how world leaders have reacted to the tragedy.
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Andy Burnham, mayor of Greater Manchester, praised the emergency services and asked people to join him for a vigil at 6 p.m. local time in Manchester.
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London Mayor Sadiq Khan tweeted, "London stands with Manchester," and retweeted a post by the London Met Police that said more police officers will be around the capital today.
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Scotland's first minister, Nicola Sturgeon, said her thoughts "are with all those who have lost loved ones or been injured."
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President of the European Council, Donald Tusk, sent his condolences and said, "My heart is in Manchester this night. Our thoughts are with the victims."
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French President Emmanuel Macron tweeted to say his thoughts were with the British people, adding that we must work together to combat terrorism.
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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Canadians were shocked by the news and pleaded for people to keep the victims and the victims' families in their hearts.
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President Trump said "evil losers" were behind the attack. "We stand in absolute solidarity with the people of the United Kingdom," said the U.S. president. "So many young beautiful, innocent people living and enjoying their lives murdered by evil losers in life."

Trump went on to say, "This wicked ideology must be obliterated – and I mean completely obliterated – and the innocent life must be protected. All civilized nations must join together to protect human life and the sacred right our citizens to live in safety and in peace."
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel expressed her "sorrow and horror", adding, "This suspected terrorist attack will only strengthen our resolve to work with our British friends against those who plan and execute such inhuman acts. I assure the people in Britain: Germany stands by your side."
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Russian President Vladimir Putin said, "We strongly condemn this cynical, inhuman crime, and hope that those who ordered it will receive their deserved punishment," The Guardian reported. He also reiterated the country's willingness to cooperate with Britain on anti-terror measures.
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The Chinese president, Xi Jinping, reportedly sent a message of solidarity to the Queen before a spokeswoman from the Chinese foreign ministry released a statement. It read: “The Chinese government feels shocked and is filled with sorrow over the explosion that has occurred in Manchester. We express our deepest condolences to the victims and extend our sincere sympathies to those who were injured and the bereaved families.”
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Former President Barack Obama tweeted his condolences to victims of the attack, and said "Americans will always stand shoulder to shoulder with the people of the UK."