"I encourage people to speak out against Trump in a forceful but respectful manner because some of these protests are only serving to help him. He continues to dominate the news, he can play the 'us vs. them' card when liberals disrupt his events and that serves as a rallying point for his candidacy." — Tim Miller, a spokesman for a Republican group trying to stop Donald Trump from being the GOP presidential nominee, on how demonstrators' tactics could backfire.
"After today I can die. This is like my last wish, seeing the Rolling Stones." — Joaquin Ortiz, a 62-year-old night watchman, after the legendary rockers played in Havana for the first time.
"Terrorism is terrorism. It has no state, no nationality, no religion, no country." — Sheik Mohamed Tojgani, imam of Molenbeek's main mosque, denouncing the Brussels bombers.