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morningness and c momomone [ speaking foreign language ] it's wednesday, may 24th, 2017. this is the "cbs this morning." breaking overnight. the president meets the pope. the two come face-to-face for the first time after trading barbs over the president's policies. and following the suicide bombing at a concert that left 22 people dead including children. this morning britain e's at hig alert. they prove they're manchester united. >> in manchester, we're not going to go to music or football
the manchester bomber was not acting alone. salman abedi was known to security forces before the attack. the terror threat in brittain is at its highest level following a bombing at a ariana grande concert. prime minister theresa may warns another threat may be imminent. front pages in the united kingdom uses the picture of the youngest of the victims, the 8-year-old girl. not seen, the face of the suspected suicide bomber. teri okita with the
and we stand strong. >> reporter: a show of solidarity in the face of unspeakable tragedy. and to that end we have seen people lining up to give blood, donating food to the hospital, bringing water and coffee to police officers, a real sense of community in the aftermath of this community. anne-marie, real quick we'd add that 20 people are still in critical condition in various hospitals across manchester. anne-marie? >> teri okita in manchester. thank you so much, terrterr ter there were numerous incidents o people helping each other. as jonathan vigliotti reveals
one was a cab driver who made three trips driving two dozen people to safety. >> i drove through where the barricade is now toward where the people were coming out. they were saying there's been a blast and we need to get away and i just opened the door and i said, get in. i moved them as far away as possible and i came back. >> you came back for more. >> i came back for more there were so many people coming out. the thing that was getting me was the age. >> how old? >> young. and it was like seeing my daughter there. and my daughter's 15, and she was going to go to this concert. >> she was supposed to go. >> she was supposed to go but she changed her mind a couple of months ago because she had exams coming up. >> the girls you picked up, were they injured? >> they weren't injured but they were crying, screaming,
emotional. it's like seeing your own flesh and blood. >> you're a pakistckistanipakis >> yes. >> people say it's dangerous here, is that the manchester you know? >> no, no. these people are very, very strong. we have our differences but we get together and we stay together. >> jonathan vigliotti, cbs news. ariana grande's tour is up the air. she had just said good night when the bomb exploded. her next concert is scheduled in london. she's deciding whether or not to cancel or postpone her tour. and ahead on "cbs this morning," the latest on the concert terror attack and we'll talk with cbs contributor michael morell about the investigation. new jersey's liberty international airport was temporarily shut down when a plane caught on fire.
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our top stories this morning president trump met with pope francis at the vatican. it was their first meeting. the pope has been harshly critical of mr. trump over his anti-muslim rhetoric and calls to build a wall along the mexican border. the next stop is brussels for a nato summit. and the british interior minister says it's likely the manchester bomber was not acting alone. the threat in britain is at its highest. prime minister theresa may warns another attack could be imminent. at least 22 are in critical condition, 20 others are injured.
the attack in manchester had an immediate impact on security here in this country. jeff pegues reports. >> reporter: within minutes of the attack in manchester, new york city police dispatched heavy weapons teams to high-profile locations like madison square garden. in the dallas area, police also made a show of force at a john legend concert. the bombing at the ariana grande concert exposed the outside of arenas as potential soft targets. former assistant director of the fbi. >> the goal obviously for these folks, i don't have to hurt every one. i just have to make my mark. >> reporter: he says people entering and exiting events from games to papal masses are soft targets. >> you exhale because the event is over, but maybe you have to rethink that. >> that's right. we have to think -- and we've
seen it at airports as well. how do we push the security perimeters back in a way that doesn't make the choke point further back. >> reporter: but in some places it's not practical to change the perimeters. correspondent don dahler is in new york's times square. >> reporter: it's especially challenged in times square where 300,000 to 500,000 people pass through the plaza on any given day. with eight streets, this is a vulnerable area that police say they simply cannot make 100% safe. >> reporter: police acknowledge they can't do it alone and that there is strength in numbers. in new york these subway posters encourage people to watch for danger. jeff pegues, cbs news, washington. well, manchester came together to help victims in the aftermath of the deadly explosion including cab drivers, hotel owners, and even those without a place to call home. as many ran from the reckless, some of the city's homeless
people ran toward the victims. >> there were a lot of children with blood all over them and everything crying in the streets. if i didn't help, i wouldn't be able to live with myself for walking away and leaving kids like that. >> what drove him toward the chaos? he said it was just human instinct. ahead on "cbs this morning" the latest on the terror attack, and we'll talk with cbs contributor michael morell about the investigation. that is the "cbs morning news" for this wednesday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com
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