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30-May-2020 19:24

Dozens of festival staff led by director Thierry Fremaux stood on the red steps of the Palais des Festivals for a minute's silence, joined by Oscar nominee Isabelle Huppert."The Manchester victims were doing nothing that we don't do here - being together, enjoying the freedom to love and share their passions," Fremaux said.Beachside restaurants near the festival also turned off their music as diners fell silent.“Due to the tight security arrangements, UEFA urges fans to arrive at the stadium as early as possible, as detailed checks will be made at the entrances, resulting in potential delays in accessing the stadium.” Ajax also sent a message of condolence to the victims of the attack ahead of the final. Our thoughts are with the victims and the loved ones of those affected,” their Twitter page read.Cannes - The famed red carpet at the Cannes film festival fell silent on Tuesday for victims of the pop concert suicide bombing in Manchester.

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After one woman broke into a rendition of Oasis' hit Don't Look Back in Anger, the rest of the crowd joined in.

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People left their place of work to gather in Victoria Square where shoppers joined those who had come into town especially to pay their respects to those who died in Monday's Manchester bombing.

The picture was the same in town centres across the country as people stopped for the national minute's silence.

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After one woman broke into a rendition of Oasis' hit Don't Look Back in Anger, the rest of the crowd joined in.

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People left their place of work to gather in Victoria Square where shoppers joined those who had come into town especially to pay their respects to those who died in Monday's Manchester bombing.

The picture was the same in town centres across the country as people stopped for the national minute's silence.

Crowds started congregating before 11am, at the steps, where they were joined by civic leaders for a short service led by the Revd Canon Matt Thompson, Vicar of Bolton.