Two protesters find love, voting begins in Manila, bullriding is documented in Lima and more in today’s daily brief.
One of the strongest storms Great Britain has seen in decades is expected to hit its southern half Monday. Nicknamed “Saint Jude” after the saint who is traditionally celebrated on the day the storm is expected to hit, the storm is expected to bring winds of about 80 miles per hour and heavy rain.
Dogs dressed in their Halloween best paraded in New York’s Tompkins Square Park Saturday for the 23rd annual event. Thousands of spectators gathered to watch hundreds of masquerading dogs in one of the the country’s largest Halloween Dog Parade.
Firefighters in Australia continued their efforts Wednesday to contain massive wildfires raging across New South Wales. As the afternoon, around 60 blazes were still burning in the Blue Mountains, a suburban area of west of Sydney.
Skate America 2013 is held in Detroit, a hang glider gets settles in at a beach in Rio, a demonstration takes place near the Eiffel Tower and more in the daily brief.
A selection of our best images of Roma communities around the world. Greek police are investigating the identity of a four-year-old girl found living with a Roma couple in central Greece, on suspicion that the child may have been abducted from her parents. Text and photos courtesy of Reuters.
A plane crashed into the Mekong river in southern Laos on Wednesday, killing all 49 people on board. The ATR-72 turboprop plane, flying from the capital Vientiane, crashed five miles short of its destination Pakse, which is near the borders of both Thailand and Cambodia. Text and photos courtesy of Reuters.