A suicide bomber killed 22 people, with children among the victims, and injured 59 by detonating a device in the foyer of Manchester’s MEN Arena at the end of an Ariana Grande concert. Latest updates What we knowGirl, 8, bled to death after ‘no one tried basic first aid to stop bleeding’CrimeA total of 22 people died and hundreds were injured in the attack and in August, Abedi’s younger brother Hashem, now 23, was jailed for at least 55 years for helping to plan the atrocityTerrorist Hashem Abedi admits for first time he helped plan Manchester Arena bombingManchester Arena explosionHashem Abedi, who is serving a minimum term of 55 years in prison, for murdering 22 and injuring hundreds more made the admission for the first time in prison to the inquiry’s legal teamSister of Manchester bombing victim, 8, names baby after her in heartbreaking tributeManchester Arena explosionSaffie Rose, eight, was the youngest of the 22 tragic victims who died in the horrific Manchester Arena terror attack in May 2017Hero police officer who ran towards blast seconds after Manchester Arena bombing diesManchester Arena explosionPCSO Jon Morrey bravely ignored his training and ran towards the scene of the blast. He was treating the injured within 60 seconds of hearing the blast in May 2017Manchester Arena guard ‘didn’t challenge bomber for fear of being dubbed racist’Manchester Arena explosionKyle Lawler, a Showsec security guard working at the Manchester Arena on the night it was bombed, said he felt unsure about what to do when a member of the public reported Salman AbediPC on ‘unacceptable’ two hour break missed Manchester Arena bomber Salman AbediManchester Arena explosionBritish Transport Police (BTP) officer Jessica Bullough told a public inquiry had Salman Abedi walked past her with his rucksack she “probably” would have asked what was in itBrave daughters pay tribute to ‘warrior’ mum killed in Manchester terror attackManchester Arena explosionJane Tweddle’s three teenage daughters told an inquiry into the heinous Manchester Arena bombing attack how their 51 year old mum always told them to live their lives to the fullestYoungest Manchester Arena victim’s mum cried ‘let me die too so I can look after her’Manchester Arena explosionMum of little Saffie Rose Roussos woke from a coma to be told of the loss of her daughter and today told the public inquiry ‘I did die that day.
This paper provides new activity based classifications for cultural differences and similarities, in contrast to the cultural dimensions of hierarchy, group behavior, uncertainty avoidance and time orientation. Cultural activity types have been classified by Lewis (1999) into linear active, multi active and reactive cultures. Moving away from a country perspective based on political boundaries to a cultural community approach, it is not only task orientation, but also the way cultures communicate, negotiate, and contract that is dominated by activity types.