The French Revolution ended 217 years ago, but you might not know it if you were at the Grand Siecle event in Maincy, France on June 26.
The Imperial Marhaba hotel was the main target of the 2015 Sousse beach terrorist attack that killed 38 people including 30 Britons.
Since then it has operated with a skeleton staff, who work to maintain the rooms and grounds.
Sunday marks the anniversary of the attacks.
French trapeze artist Isabelle Ponsot performs while hanging from a hot air balloon above Chatellerault on June 22, 2016.
Muslims throughout the world are marking the month of Ramadan, the holiest month in the Islamic calendar during which devotees fast from dawn till dusk.
The social and economic chaos stalking Venezuela is ripping apart its once-enviable school system, robbing poor students of what would otherwise be their best chance to escape lives fast becoming unbearable. The late President Hugo Chavez made education a centerpiece of his socialist revolution, using the riches from a historic boom in the price of oil to train teachers and distribute free laptops, but in just a few years, all of that progress has been undone.
In storefront shutters designed to keep people out, the Mexico City government saw opportunity to draw people in. Around the capital’s historic center, artists commissioned by the city have painted colorful, fanciful faces on once drab doors, which officials hope helps revitalize public spaces.