Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 22, has been sentenced to death for his role in the 2013 terrorist attack.
The moving tribute saw silent WW1 soldiers appear in public places across the UK.
The striker is excited about the prospect of working with his old Inter Milan boss at Old Trafford.
The 34-year-old ended months of speculation by confirming his move to Old Trafford yesterday.
The winner of tonight's match will face Portugal in the semi-finals.
Suspected hooligans have returned home from France to find officers turn up at their home.
Football fans party together ahead of quarter-final in the Flemish capital.
Students used to march against globalisation – now they draw hearts on their face to defend it.
mudCharlie Skelton: The anti-Brexit protest brigade are confusing love for the EU with love for Europe
The 34-year-old striker is expected to become the Red Devils' second signing of the summer.
Harry Potter author got political on Twitter in wake of EU referendum.
Brexit: JK Rowling calls Jeremy Corbyn supporters 'angry trolls' as she discusses future of UK politics
Scientists have produced material that comes to life when exposed to heat or light.
Furniture of the future? Scientists invent shape-shifting, self-healing smart material that can assemble itself
CBI calls for government to deliver a clear plan to deal with Brexit vote.
All cars registered before 1997 banned from French capital from 1 July.
Sworn-in head of state nicknamed 'Duterte Harry' vows 'relentless and sustained' attack on drugs and alcohol.
The record-breaking Swede enjoyed a stellar campaign with Paris Saint-Germain last season.
Ceremony in remembrance of the fallen of the bloody offensive of 1916 held at Thiepval Memorial in France.
Paris took out an advert in the Financial Times urging businesses to consider the French capital.
Brexit: Paris and Frankfurt tout for London business amid uncertainty over Britain's future in the EU
Around 20 financial firms are ready to invest £500m in Britain despite Brexit vote.
Lille plays host to the quarter-final as Chris Coleman's men look to continue their run.
I can't remember a time when half the country had such contempt and moral superiority.
Want a second EU referendum? Accept democracy, stop protesting and criticising those who voted Leave
By Dan Cancian