People gather at Trocadero Plaza as the lights of the Eiffel Tower fall dark at midnight in Paris, Wednesday, April 5. Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo said the famous landmark fell dark overnight to honor the victims of the St. Petersburg subway bombing.
Russia on Wednesday probed the potential motives of the alleged bomber behind a blast in the St. Petersburg metro that killed 14 people, as the grieving city mourned its dead.
French presidential frontrunner Emmanuel Macron attacked far-right leader Marine Le Pen over her economic policy and plans to scrap the euro on Tuesday in an unprecedented debate between all 11 contenders ahead of this month's election.
China's President Xi Jinping, on the way to his eagerly awaited first encounter with Donald Trump, met his Finnish counterpart in Helsinki Wednesday, saying there was "great potential" for future bilateral trade ties.
Russian authorities Tuesday confirmed a suicide bomber was responsible for the metro blast that killed 14 people in Saint Petersburg, as the city began three days of mourning.
Around 10 people were feared dead and dozens injured Monday after an explosion rocked the metro system in Russia's second city Saint Petersburg, according to authorities, who were not ruling out a terror attack.
The intelligence agency in the former Soviet republic of Kyrgyzstan on Tuesday identified a suspect behind Monday's deadly bombing on the St. Petersburg subway as a Kyrgyz-born Russian citizen.
A bomb blast tore through a subway train deep under Russia's second-largest city Monday, killing 11 people and wounding more than 40 in a chaotic scene that left victims sprawled on a smoky platform. Hours later, anguish and fear rose again when police found and defused a shrapnel-packed explosive device at another St. Petersburg station.
Residents of a homeless shelter in Warsaw can already feel the wind in their sails as they work on the imposing steel hull of a majestic schooner, which they aim to take around the globe.
The crested black macaque shot to fame when one of the monkeys snapped grinning selfies and became embroiled in a U.S. court battle -- but the tussle over copyright is the least of the rare animal's worries.