People around the world are welcoming 2016 with fireworks, parties and other festivities, but fears of terrorism mean heightened security in some places or the cancellation of events where large crowds would have gathered to usher in the new year.
Police in Munich, Germany, ordered two train stations evacuated, and service at both locations was stopped. They said there were "indications" that a terror attack was being planned. Authorities also asked the public to avoid large gatherings.
Authorities in Russia closed off Moscow's iconic Red Square, a popular spot for revelers to ring in the new year. READ MORE OF THIS STORY