Explosion in Prague, hopes fade in Bangladesh in aftermath of building collapse, NASA photo of the IceBridge and more in today’s daily brief. | Warning: Visual coverage may depict injury and/or death.
April 26 Photo Brief: 27th anniversary of Chernobyl disaster, anger on streets of Bangladesh, U.S.-South Korea military exercise
The 27th anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster, anger on the streets of Bangladesh after building collapse, U.S.-South Korea military exercise and more in today’s daily brief.
April 25 Photo Brief: Gwyneth Paltrow-People magazine’s most beautiful woman, radical knitting protesters and the search for bodies continue in Bangladesh
Gwyneth Paltrow, recently named the most beautiful women in the world by People magazine makes a red carpet appearance on Iron Man 3, ‘yarnbombers’ make plans to disrupt the G-8 summit in Ireland this June, rescue workers continue to shift through the rubble of the collapse 8 story building in Bangladesh and more in today’s daily brief.
The collapse of a garment factory building in Bangladesh has killed nearly 100 and injured many more, signaling continued safety standard problems for the industry in the country. In November, 112 workers were killed in a blaze at the Tazreen fashions factory in a nearby industrial suburb, reported Reuters. | WARNING: Visual coverage may depict death and/or injury.
The world celebrates Earth Day, rampant pollution takes the spotlight in places like India and Afghanistan, the Sichuan province in China struggles to recover from Saturday’s earthquake and more in today’s daily brief.
April 18 Photo Brief: A white lion cub hangs out, hairdressing art in the Ukraine and spring flooding in Illinois
A white lion cub makes his debut in France, an international hairdressing art show in Kiev, spring rains cause flooding in areas around Chicago and more in today’s daily brief.
March 6 Photo Brief: Mourning late president Hugo Chavez, Snowquester, medical services in Mogadishu
Venezuelans and supporters mourn late president Hugo Chavez, U.S. braces for the Snowquester, medical services in Mogadishu and more in today’s daily brief. | Warning: Some photos may depict injury and/or death.
Asia prepares for the Chinese Lunar New Year beginning Feb. 10 with the Year of the Snake, European food manufacturer Findus confirmed that the company’s beef lasagne contained horse meat, a Sri Lankan prisoner gets caught with a mobile phone in his rectum, the Immortal Love Pop-up Experience – Freakshow & Immortalized unleashes in New York City and more in today’s daily brief.
Dec. 20 Photo Brief: Snow in the Midwest, high stepping in Afghanistan, window washing Santas and Senator Inouye’s last trip to the Capitol
Senator Daniel Inouye’s casket is brought to the Capitol to lie in state, Santas do some window washing in Tokyo, more Afghans finish police training, Kansas gets hits with a snowstorm and more in today’s Daily Brief.
Nov. 30 Photo Brief: Rappelling baseball bigwigs, European cold front, Myanmar copper mine conflict, NY police officer’s kindness
Bobby Valentine, former Boston Red Sox manager and Brian Cashman, general manager of the New York Yankees rappel 22 stories in Connecticut, Western Europeans embrace the cold weather, Buddhist monks protest recent police violence at a copper mining site in Myanmar and more in today’s daily brief.