Meanwhile, Germany's biggest rock festival will resume after being disrupted by fears of a possible "terrorist threat" which have proved to be unfounded, the organisers said yesterday.
The 23-year-old pop singer returned to Britain on Friday morning to meet fans injured in the blast. She quickly headed for a hospital in the northern English city where numerous injured are being treated.
One fan was 10-year-old Jaden Farrell-Mann, who suffered fractures to both of her legs and has a number of shrapnel wounds. It was absolutely wonderful of her to take time out of her day to spend time with everyone. It was a complete surprise.
"Ariana lit the room up, she was absolutely fantastic", he added.
Jaden's mother Sharon told the Manchester Evening News: "Jaden was just sat there watching TV and she walked in".
United Kingdom police says tiger who killed zookeeper is unharmed
Witnesses told The Telegraph that they heard screams and saw other keepers desperately trying to distract the tigers with meat. A tiger that killed a zookeeper at a United Kingdom zoo on Monday has not been put down, British police said.
Chemists on nationwide strike today over e-pharmacy regulations
Similarly, nearest medicine stores of those hospitals in rural areas not having medicine stores inside campus will remain open. The online pharmacy will also encourage irrational usage of medicines and sale of fake drugs, the AIOCD member said.
Philippine forces make gains in southern city under siege
He said they also pressured local Muslim preachers, accustomed to a less-strict form of Islam, not to speak out against them. Muslim rebels have been waging a separatist rebellion in the south of the predominantly Roman Catholic nation for decades.
The ticket company are processing free tickets for One Love Manchester show tomorrow, fans who were at Monday's gig will receive tickets for free, although there have been a few issues with this.
Proceeds from the show will benefit the "We Love Manchester Emergency Fund", in partnership with the British Red Cross and Manchester City Council.
Police had cordoned off an area around the white Nissan Micra in southern Manchester as they hunted for clues about the movements of the suicide bomber, who set off a bomb that killed 22 people and wounded dozens of others at the end of an Ariana Grande concert on May 22. Eleven men remain in custody for questioning. The tickets hit the secondary market at outrageous prices as some were even priced for as high as £400. eBay has already confirmed that any tickets for the event listed on their platform will be removed immediately.
"After a series of intensive searches across the site, the fears of an imminent danger were not confirmed", the organisers said. It was deemed significant to the investigation, police said.
On Friday police located a white Nissan Micra in a vehicle park of a block of apartments in the Rusholme area of Manchester that they believe could point to Abedi's whereabouts between May 18 and 22 in the lead-up to the bombing at the pop concert.