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Man Emotionally Recalls Experience Of 8-Year-Old Manchester Victim Dying In His Arms

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This man is a hero!

Paul Reid was picking up a friend from Ariana Grande's concert at Manchester Arena on Monday night when he heard the suicide bomber's explosion and immediately ran to the scene.

That's where he found injured eight-year-old Saffie Rose Roussos on the ground having trouble breathing — so he stayed with her until medical professionals were able to take her to the hospital.

Related: Mariah Carey Pens Tribute To Fan Who Died In Manchester Attack

Reid told People of the emotional interaction:

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Thousands March In The Streets Of Brussels To Protest Donald Trump's Visit To The Belgian Capital!

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Add the Belgians to the long list of people who hate Donald Trump!

On Wednesday, thousands of protestors flocked to the streets of Brussels in order to protest the visit of Trump and his wife Melania Trump. The President and First Lady arrived in the capital city of Belgium this week, which was surprising since the Celebrity Apprentice star previously likened the metropolis to a "hellhole."

Related: Donald Finally Got His Hand-Holding Pic With Melania

It's said around 9,000 people marched in the Anti-Trump rally. The protestors were heard chanting:

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Watch As Moment Of Silence For Manchester Victims Becomes A Spontaneous Emotional Sing-along

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You know why we love this? Because it tells terrorists they will never break us.

The crowd gathered at Albert Square, a kilometer away from where the bomb went off at Manchester Arena, probably expected to pay their respects to victims with a moment of silence.

Photos: Queen Elizabeth Surprises Victims Of The Manchester Arena Attack At Children's Hospital

But as that moment ended, a new one began. Someone in the crowd started singing the Oasis classic Don't Look Back In Anger, which began an impromptu sing-along.

See the stirring moment (below)!

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Queen Elizabeth Surprises Victims Of The Manchester Arena Attack At Children's Hospital

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What a gem.

As you know, dozens of children were killed or injured during the deadly attack at Ariana Grande's concert in Manchester on Monday night.

In wake of the tragedy, Queen Elizabeth II surprised many of the young victims at Royal Manchester Children's Hospital on Thursday to offer her support at their bedsides.

Related: Celine Dion Leads Powerful Tribute To The Victims In Manchester

During the visit, the 91-year-old made her rounds to individual rooms to chat with patients including 15-year-old Millie Robson and her mother (pictured above), 14-year-old Evie Mills and her parents, and 12-year-old Amy Barlow and her mother.

The Telegraph reports the royal telling one of the families of the "very alarming" attack:

"It's dreadful. Very wicked. To target that sort of thing."

QEII also took to the halls to meet with the doctors, nurses, and other medical staff who have helped treat the victims. Love.

Sending healing vibes to all those affected!

[Image via AP Images.]

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Celine Dion Leads Powerful Tribute To The Victims In Manchester — WATCH

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What a powerful moment.

Celine Dion honored the victims of the Manchester attack with a beautiful tribute at her show in Las Vegas on Tuesday.

The iconic songstress asked her audience to stand and join hands during a moment of silence for the 22 people who were killed and the other 50-plus who were injured after Ariana Grande's concert on Monday night.

Related: Celine Sings Along To Cher!

The 49-year-old said:

"Come on, everybody, stand up, and you know what, raise your hands and join them to the person on either side of you, please. Let's stand up for Manchester and show them that we care. We're filming this and we're going to send it across the ocean to those beautiful souls, so let's do that. That's it."

She added, raising her own arms:

"They will be seeing you, they're going to feel your love. Thank you so much. That was beautiful."

Watch the tribute (below):

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Hollywood's Favorite 10-Year-Old Jacob Tremblay Brings On The Waterworks For The Wonder Trailer! Watch!

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Well, this is inspiring AF.

On Wednesday, Lionsgate dropped the trailer for their film adaptation of the best selling book, Wonder. The new movie promises to be a tearjerker as it features Jacob Tremblay playing a boy born with facial deformities attending public school for the first time. And if you think Tremblay brought on the tears for Room, just wait until you watch this trailer!

Related: Tom Cruise Confirms Top Gun Is Getting A Sequel!

Although the 10-year-old is the clear standout performer in this flick, the celebrated child star's performance is enhanced by Julia Roberts and Owen Wilson, who play Jacob's parents in the movie. Be sure to ch-ch-check out the moving trailer for yourself (above).

WARNING: You may cry… like a lot.

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Mom Receives Honorary Degree For Attending Every Class With Quadriplegic Son

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Mom helps son receive his MBA.

Hold onto your heart — this story is gonna give it a big squeeze!

The mother of a quadriplegic student has received an honorary degree from Chapman University in Orange, CA for attending every class with her son and taking his notes for him.

Related: Notre Dame Students Walk Out During Graduation

Marty O'Connor became paralyzed after falling down a flight of stairs at his job in 2012. He uses an iPad, laptop, voice recognition software, and a mouth stylus to communicate, but cannot take his own notes or write down test answers. His mother, Judy O'Connor, did that for him in graduate school so he could earn his MBA.

During graduation on Saturday, Judy pushed Marty in his wheelchair to receive his diploma when an announcement was made that she was being given her own honorary degree. It had been Marty's idea.

Judy received a standing ovation and blew a kiss to the crowd.

Before the ceremony took place, she explained how much she loved school and helping her son:

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