The world’s largest dog show continues Friday, a mural in Hong Kong has returned to its former home, and a protest in Lisbon includes off-duty colleagues of the officers containing it.
Jan. 16 Daily Brief: Manure dumped at the French National Assembly, a penguin at the NYSE and Darth Vader
A man driving a lorry with a protest banner dumped several tonnes of manure in front of the National Assembly in central Paris before police stopped his protest, a villager tries to control a bull during a bull-taming festival on the outskirts of Madurai, and more in today’s daily brief.
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.
Back to school in Syria, Buddhist monks protest, London fashionistas, and more in today’s brief.
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.
May 28 Photo Brief: Fire on Grandeur of the Seas, baby rescued from sewage pipe, France’s first victim of Coronavirus dies
Fire on Grandeur of the Seas cruise ship, baby rescued from sewage pipe in China, France’s first victim of Coronavirus dies and more in today’s daily brief. ATTENTION: VISUAL COVERAGE OF INJURY SCENES
Redesigned $100 bill coming this fall, Dirty Pig Festival in Germany, twisters in the Midwest and more in today’s daily brief.
The Ferrari hybrid known as LaFerrari made it’s debut in Geneva and recently was unveiled in Paris. The name has been controversial with automotive aficionados, who see the label as a break from the rich past of the great Italian car maker. The LaFerrari production will be limited to 499 copies, which will make it quite the collectors item for the rich and famous.
In the early days of space flight, the pictures harvested by the National Aeronautic and Space Administration (NASA) were blurry gray images that resembled a bad weather map. With the advent of new technology and better platforms to photograph from, such as the space shuttle and International Space Station, NASA is able to provide us with an amazing viewpoint of Earth.
In honor of Earth Day, view memorizing photos of the blue planet from space.