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The moment pandemonium broke out at Caribbean Carnival after-party - before Manchester lad murdered by Yorkshire rivals

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The sun beat down on Moss Side as Manchester's Caribbean Carnival made its long-awaited return. Restrictions imposed due to the coronavirus pandemic meant 2022's event was the first to be held in two years.

Around 40,000 people attended over two days for a colourful celebration of Manchester’s rich Caribbean and African history - with dancing, steel drums and vibrant parades.

It was a celebration of everything good about Moss Side. But as the sun went down, with the party in full swing, chaos broke out.

The balmy August weekend ended in confusion and tragedy. READ MORE: Join the FREE Manchester Evening News WhatsApp community The tireless work of volunteers, community groups and Xcalibre, GMP's anti-gang unit, has gone a long way to transform Moss Side's streets - to rid the area of the reputation it had in the 1990s and 2000s.

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