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Ariana Grande says "broken" in tweet after Manchester attack

LOS ANGELES, May 22 Singer Ariana Grande made her first comment since the deadly bombing at her concert in Manchester, England, on Monday, tweeting: "broken. from the bottom of my heart, i am so so sorry. i don't have words."

8:36am IST

Islamic State supporters celebrate Manchester attack online, no official claim

CAIRO, May 23 Islamic State supporters celebrated on social media on Tuesday after a blast at a concert venue in the north of England killed at least 19 people, although the militant Islamist group has not formally claimed responsibility.

8:31am IST

"Pls help me...": Frantic parents hunt for missing kids after UK concert blast

MANCHESTER, England, May 23 Desperate parents and friends used social media to search for loved ones on Tuesday after a blast killed at least 19 people at a British concert by U.S. singer Ariana Grande, with images of happy-looking teenagers posted next to pleas for help.

8:02am IST

UPDATE 2-Symantec says 'highly likely' North Korea group behind ransomware attacks

SAN FRANCISCO, May 22 Cyber security firm Symantec Corp said on Monday it was "highly likely" a hacking group affiliated with North Korea was behind the WannaCry cyber attack this month that infected more than 300,000 computers worldwide and disrupted hospitals, banks and schools across the globe.

7:46am IST

No indication of threat to U.S. music venues after Manchester blast -U.S.

WASHINGTON, May 22 The U.S. Department of Homeland Security said it was closely monitoring the situation in Manchester, England, after an explosion killed at least 19 people and injured 50 at a concert by U.S. singer Ariana Grande.

7:43am IST

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India moving beyond oil as seeks alternatives to OPEC

VIENNA/NEW DELHI OPEC production cuts and the prospect of more expensive oil are pushing India to consider U.S. and Canadian suppliers, as well as encouraging it to turn to renewable energy, the country's petroleum and natural gas minister said on Monday.