The day in photos around the world.
A big red shoe, the Vatican’s elite Swiss Guard, Earthquake in Thailand, Israeli Independence Day | May 6
A big red shoe, the Vatican’s elite Swiss Guard, Earthquake in Thailand, Israeli Independence Day and more in today’s daily brief.
India’s elections are underway, Angela Merkel is conducting a visit to a paired-down Greece, and sovereignty questions are disrupting lifestyles at borders from Rafah to Rubizhne. Those are some of the stories in Friday’s daily photo brief.
Greeks celebrate Independence Day, candlelight vigil held in remembrance of the lives lost aboard Malaysian Airlines Flight 370, a tree decorated with 10,000 Easter eggs, and more in today’s 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.
Oct. 3 Photo Brief: Muscle Mania in Korea, newborn elephants in Tel Aviv and skyscraper climbing in Paris
The Muscle Mania Fitness Korea competition takes place in Seoul, the Ramat Gan Safari Zoo in Tel Aviv, Israel announced a new born female Asian elephant calf, French climber Alain Robert, known as Spiderman, scales a skyscraper in Paris and more in today’s daily brief.
Sept. 19 Photo Brief: Caroline Kennedy on Capitol Hill, giant rubber duck in Taiwan and Olympic medals unveiled in Russia
Caroline Kennedy testified at her nomination hearing for U.S. Ambassador to Japan, a giant rubber duck by a Dutch artist floats into Taiwan as it goes on display, Russia unveils it 2014 Winter Olympic Medals for the Sochi games and more in today’s daily brief.
Protests broke out in Athens, Greece on Sept. 18 after Pavlos Fyssas, a 34-year-old left-wing hip-hop performer, was stabbed to death. Police said an alleged member of the Golden Dawn neo-Nazi group arrested at the scene of the killing confessed to stabbing Fyssas. Police fired tear gas at a small group of anti-fascism protesters who pelted them with wooden sticks and stones.
July 18 Photo Brief: Nelson Mandela turns 95, Bruce Lee is honored in Hong Kong and being fashionable at the British Open
The world celebrates as Nelson Mandela turns 95 today, a exhibit to honor Bruce Lee opens in Hong Kong, British Open golfers don their fashion attire during the opening round of the tournament and more in today’s daily brief.