A Muslim man was seen comforting an elderly Jewish woman next to floral tributes at Albert Square in Manchester.
Renee Rachel Black and Sadiq Patel comforted each other by the tributes which were laid at the vigil on Tuesday evening.
The people of Manchester came together that night to remember the 22 who died in the Manchester attack, and all those injured and missing.
A terrorist blew himself up outside an Ariana Grande concert, killing children and their relatives who had accompanied them to the concert or come to pick them up.
Vigils were also held in London, Glasgow, Birmingham, Belfast, Coventry, Liverpool, Sheffield, Newcastle, Bolton, Swindon, Leeds and Tarleton in Lancashire, where the vigil was attended by the mother of victim Georgina Callander. Georgina lived in the village and another of the victims, eight-year-old Saffie Rose Roussos, went to school there.
The square was packed with thousands of people, many of them girls around the age of the young people who were …
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