Over 100 competitors compete in the Lumberjack World Championships, racers set out to achieve a Guinness World Record with The Sumo Run, election sees rise of a two-party system in Cambodia and more in today’s daily brief. | Warning: Visual coverage may depict injury and/or death.
July 25 Photo Brief: A view of the Sun’s surface, military training for puppies, train crash in Spain
A view of the Sun’s surface via NASA, military training for puppies in Belarus, train crash in Spain said to be one of Europe’s worst rail disasters and more in today’s daily brief. | Warning: Some photos may depict injury and/or death.
Deceased garment workers’ family members and friends observe the three-month anniversary of the collapse of a factory in Bangladesh and people grieve after an earthquake in China kills at least 94, in today’s daily brief.
July 17 Photo Brief: Congolese refugees, Xilin Gol League race, UN ambassador nominee Samantha Power
Congolese refugees at Bukanga transit camp, Xilin Gol League race in Mongolia, UN ambassador nominee Samantha Power’s confirmation hearing and more in today’s daily brief.
July 16 Photo Brief: Badwater Ultramarathon, washing your hair in space, Pope Francis sand sculpture
The Badwater Ultramarathon at Death Valley National Park, NASA astronaut Karen Nyberg washes her hair in space, a Pope Francis sand sculpture in Brazil and more in today’s daily brief. | Warning: Photos included may depict violence and/or injury.
July 15 Photo Brief: Twinkies return, marine drills in kindergarten, protestors rally in aftermath of Zimmerman verdict
Twinkies make their return, marine drills in kindergarten, protestors rally in aftermath of Zimmerman verdict and more in today’s daily brief.
Islam’s holy month of Ramadan is celebrated by Muslims worldwide marked by fasting, abstaining from foods, sex and smoking from dawn to dusk for soul cleansing and strengthening the spiritual bond between them and the Almighty.
July 05 Photo Brief: Continued unrest in Egypt, a Tour de France pile up and children pray for Nelson Mandela
Protests in Egypt continue as pro Mohamed Mursi rally in the streets of Cairo, riders hit a bump in the road during the seventy stage of the Tour de France as they pile up during a fall, children release balloons following prayers for Nelson Mandela outside the hospital where he is being treated and more in today’s daily brief.
Indonesian earthquake, Haute Couture in Paris, Tour de France crashes, newborn giraffe and more in today’s daily brief.
President Obama visits Nelson Mandela in South Africa, Myanmar’s tallest man stands at 7 feet 5 inches tall, the rise of women boxers in Spain and more in today’s daily brief.