Thousands of costumed fans have descended on the Jacob Javitz Convention Center on Manhattan’s West side for the 2013 New York Comic-Con.
Sept. 26 Photo Brief: Russian Arms Expo 2013, fertilizer fire in Brazil and an adorable baby Panda in Taiwan
Russia shows off it’s military might during the “Russian Arms Expo2013,” in Brazil they battle a large fire at a fertilizer depot, in Taiwan the Taipei City Zoo releases new photos of the panda cub born in July 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.
Activists demonstrate during the second anniversary of the Occupy Wall Street movement, Mount Sinabung spews rocks and red-hot ash, flooding in Colorado continues and more in today’s daily brief.
America commemorates the 12th anniversary of the September 11 attacks with solemn ceremonies in Washington, New York and Shanksville, PA.
Israeli police clash with Palestinians after Friday prayers in Jerusalem, models keep strutting their stuff at New York Fashion Week, protests against U.S. action in Syria continue and more in today’s daily brief.
World leaders meet in Russia for the G20 summit, motivational speaker Nick Vujicic was born without limbs and swims with sharks, a sunset over the US Open and more in today’s daily brief.
More than 300 people participate in a kiss-in to protest Russia’s laws against “gay propaganda,” the temperature rises in Romania and a senior Italian mafia member goes on trial in London, all in today’s daily brief.
Summer officially kicked off in the Northern Hemisphere on Friday, as the summer solstice arrived. With the sun shining for its longest amount all year, observances of the day often includes outdoor festivities at megalithic prehistoric monuments like Stonehenge. Meanwhile, across the equator, the Southern Hemisphere is experiencing its shortest day of the year, which comes with celebrations of its own.