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Photos Show The World Mourning With Manchester After Deadly Bombing

Here are some of the most emotional moments honoring the victims, from France's Cannes Film Festival to the Australian Parliament.

23/05/2017 9:43 PM IST | Updated 24/05/2017 8:37 PM IST

The world is mourning after the deadly bomb attack at the Manchester Arena in England that left 22 dead and more than 50 injured.

Photos show moments of silence being held in places such as the Cannes Film Festival in France and Australian Parliament on Tuesday. Manchester United players also took a moment during their training to remember the victims of Monday’s attack at the Ariana Grande concert. A vigil was also held in Albert Square in Manchester on Tuesday evening. 

See photos from Manchester and around the world below. 

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    A woman lights candles at a vigil in Albert Square in Manchester, England.
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    A sign outside a shop in the village of Tarleton, home of Georgina Callander, 18, and Saffie Rose Roussos, 8, who were killed in the Manchester attack.
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    People lay flowers in center of the village of Tarleton to honor the victims of the Manchester attack.
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    Women react after lighting candles for the victims of the attack.
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    Balloons and flowers in Albert Square in central Manchester.
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    People pray and light candles in Albert Square in Manchester.
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    Des Richardson, owner of Canine Motorcycle Recovery, hands out free food and drinks to police and the public following an evening vigil outside the town hall in Manchester.
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    Members of the public attend a candlelit vigil, to honor the victims of Monday evening's terror attack, at Albert Square in Manchester.
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    People leave tributes to victims of the Manchester attack in Albert Square, Manchester.
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    People attend a vigil for the victims of the attack.
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    The colors of the Union Jack, the national flag of the United Kingdom, are projected onto Melbourne's town hall as a tribute to Manchester bombing victims.
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    People lay flowers outside the town hall in Albert Square, Manchester.
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    Sign in Toronto illuminated with the colors of the United Kingdom flag as a tribute to victims of the terror attack in Manchester.
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    Members of the public pause to look at floral tributes and messages as the working day begins in Manchester.
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    Members of the public pause to look at floral tributes and messages in St. Ann's Square in Manchester.
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    People pause in front of candles set up in front of floral tributes in Albert Square in Manchester.
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    A man gives out food during a vigil in Albert Square, Manchester, after a 23-year-old man was arrested in connection with the Manchester concert bomb attack.
  • Darren Staples / Reuters
    A man sends a message of support on the pavement in central Manchester in the wake of Monday's terrorist attack at the Manchester Arena.
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    The colors of the Union Jack, the national flag of the United Kingdom, are projected onto the Victoria State Library as a tribute to Manchester Bombing victims in Melbourne, Australia.
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    Members of the public gather to attend a candlelit vigil to honor the victims of a terror attack in Manchester.
  • Toby Melville / Reuters
    People take part in a vigil in Trafalgar Square, London, for the victims of the attack in Manchester.
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    Manchester United soccer players and staff stand for a minute of silence during training honoring the people killed and wounded in the attack at the Ariana Grande concert.
  • Darren Staples / Reuters
    Women wait to take part in a vigil in central Manchester for the victims of an attack on concertgoers at Manchester Arena.
  • Peter Nicholls / Reuters
    In central Manchester, a girl leaves flowers for the victims of the attack.
  • Fabrizio Bensch / Reuters
    Flowers in front of the British Embassy in Berlin for the victims of the Manchester attack.
  • Jon Super / Reuters
    People attend a vigil for the victims in central Manchester.
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    A woman lays flowers in front of the British Embassy in Kiev, Ukraine.
  • Peter Nicholls/Reuters
    Muslim men pray at a mosque in Manchester for victims of the Manchester Arena attack.
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    People gather at Trafalgar Square in London in memory of the victims of terror attack at Manchester Arena.
  • Francois Lenoir/Reuters
    European Union flags are lowered at half-staff in honor of the victims of the Manchester attack, outside the European Commission headquarters in Brussels.
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    Flowers and candles lay in front of British Embassy in Berlin the day after the attack at Manchester Arena.
  • Darren Staples / Reuters
    Flowers and messages for the victims of the attack placed in central Manchester.
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    A woman blows a kiss after laying flowers for the victims of the Manchester Arena attack.
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    Australian Members of Parliament stand for a minute of silence during Question Time in the House of Representatives at Parliament House in Canberra, Australia, in honor of the people killed and wounded in the Manchester explosion.
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    Tributes for those who lost their lives in the Manchester Arena attack.
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    The Union Flag and other flags fly at half-staff outside the British Embassy in the Espacio tower in Madrid in homage to the victims of Monday night's terror attack.
  • Eric Gaillard / Reuters
    Cannes Film Festival general delegate Thierry Fremaux, Cannes Film Festival president Pierre Lescure, actress Isabelle Huppert and staff members observe a minute of silence on the red carpet in honor of the Manchester victims.
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    A message in support of the victims of the attack in Manchester that reads, "We stand with the United Kingdom" is displayed on the HSBC headquarters building in Hong Kong.
  • Paul Hanna / Reuters
    Spanish parliamentarians observe a minute of silence for the victims of the Manchester attack, outside Parliament in Madrid.
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    Retail staff hug each other after being evacuated from the Arndale Centre shopping mall in Manchester following a security alert on Tuesday.
  • Darren Staples / Reuters
    Religious leaders hold a prayer meeting in central Manchester. 
  • BEN STANSALL via Getty Images
    A woman walks past an electronic advertising board displaying a Union Flag and the words "Pray For Manchester" near the Manchester Arena.
  • Darren Staples / Reuters
    A woman lays flowers for the victims of the Manchester Arena attack, in central Manchester. 
  • Jon Super/Reuters
    People carry food and water to a support center at Manchester City soccer team's Etihad Stadium.
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    People leave flowers in St. Ann's Square in Manchester on Tuesday morning following a suicide attack at Manchester Arena.
  • Denis Balibouse/Reuters
    A water fountain (jet d'eau) in Geneva is lit with blue, red and white in remembrance of the victims of the Manchester attack.
  • Darren Staples/Reuters
    A woman holds flowers as she takes part in a vigil in central Manchester for the victims of the attack.
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