Moment of silence
President Klaus Iohannis laid a wreath on Wednesday morning in front of Colectiv Club, in the memory of the tragedy which occurred four years ago. On this occasion, the head of state lit a candle and kept a moment of silence before the improvised altar in front of the club in the memory of the victims of the fire which took place on 30 October 2015.
The staff of the US Embassy in Athens on Friday observed a minute's silence for members of the US Foreign Service killed by the now defunct Greek domestic terrorist group November 17.
They did so on the occasion of Foreign Affairs Day, an annual commemoration of those who lost their lives serving the US overseas.
Sweden on Monday observed a minute of silence for the victims of last week's truck attack by a Uzbek man whom police believe was a jihadist sympathiser, AFP reported.
Under grey and rainy skies, with flags flying at half-mast, Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven, most of the royal family, and Stockholm Mayor Karin Wanngard took part in a ceremony outside Stockholm's City Hall.
Whistling while the national anthem of a rival team was being played and whistling and chanting slogans during a moment of silence for the innocent victims who lost their lives in the Paris massacre - these shameful acts took place just the other night in Istanbul.
It is not the first time we have witnessed what we saw during the moment of silence before the football match in Konya, Central Anatolia. I have not seen any proper "moment of silence" held anywhere up until this day. If nothing happens, a few irrationals would disrupt that time of respect.
BELGRADE - A national day of mourning is held in Serbia on Thursday for six Serbian workers who died in a fire in the Russian peninsula of Yamal.
The government of Serbia declared a day of mourning following the tragic accident in Yamal on Sunday, February 8, which claimed the lives of six workers from Serbia.
Day of mourning for Serbian workers killed in Siberia
BELGRADE -- A national day of mourning is observed in Serbia on Thursday for six Serbian workers who died in a fire in the Russian peninsula of Yamal.
The government of Serbia declared a day of mourning following the tragic accident on a Siberian oil station construction site on Sunday, February 8.