After 22 people were killed and 59 injured in a suicide bombing outside Manchester Arena, people around the world paused to remember the victims.
People pause to look at the flowers and messages left in St. Ann's Square in Manchester.
In Melbourne, Australia, the colors of the Union Jack were projected on the Melbourne Arts Centre spire.
A tribute outside a shop in the Lancashire village of Tarleton, home of two attack victims.
The Empire State Building in New York went dark in obserbance of the victims.
The message of German Chancellor Angela Merkel is displayed in a book of condolence at the British Embassy.
Dubai's tallest skyscraper was lit as the British flag on the evening of Tuesday, May 23, 2017.
People lit candles at a vigil at Albert Square in Manchester, England.
Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, pause for a minute of silence at a garden party at Buckingham Palace.
A minute of silence was held at the Cannes Film Festival in France.
In London, people gathered for a vigil at Trafalgar Square.
A man creates a heart symbol with his hands in front of Nelson's Column in London's Trafalgar Square.
A woman looks on at flowers and signs left in Manchester's St. Ann Square.
A Manchester United scarf laid in the shape of heart is placed next to flowers and candles.
A man write emergency details and a tribute message on pavement in Manchester.
Police on patrol in Shudehill walk past flowers left on the sidewalk.
Signs saying "We love Manchester" are displayed in a Manchester shop window.
Manchester United players and staff hold a minute of silence before practice at the Aon Training Complex.