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Four arrests were made as hundreds of people gathered in Manchester for a vigil after the Hamas attacks.

The militant group launched an unprecedented assault on Saturday, killing hundreds of people and taking dozens of hostages.

Greater Manchester Police’s (GMP) Chief Constable Stephen Watson said the vigil on Wednesday “passed off peacefully and without significant incident”.

Police said four people were arrested on suspicion of breaching the peace.

One of the suspects was de-arrested following further investigation, the force added.

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