The photograph of the message on a laser-guided Paveway missile was confirmed genuine by the Royal Air Force in the days after the suicide bombing at Manchester Arena on 22 May that killed 22 people.
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The host acknowledged that they’re just now seeing reports unfold, and that “all we know is the tragic news that there are multiple fatalities and many injuries.” “It shocks me every time we hear this sort of news, that attacks like this can happen, and especially when there will be so many children at this concert tonight,” he said.
“Many won’t have ever been to Manchester, but you will definitely have heard of it.
It is not clear exactly who wrote the words on the munition.
Rita Katz, head of Site, a US organisation that tracks the online activity of jihadist and white supremacist groups, said she had spotted a reference to the bomb’s message on pro-Isis social media channels after Saturday night’s van and knife attack in central London.