A look at what’s coming up on the East Coast and around the world. This week, that includes several sporting events, the Orthodox Christians’ celebration of Christmas, the possible start of a hunger strike in India and the release of international trade numbers.
An aerial view of destruction in Syria, Alpine cattle herding in Austria, Red Bull Flugtag Russia 2013 competition and more in today’s daily brief. | Warning: Visual coverage may depict injury and/or death.
Mmmmm…. how about some tasty snail caviar? Or in the mood for some snail liver?
Andreas Gugumuck owns Vienna’s largest snail farm, exporting snails, snail caviar and snail liver all over the world. Photo essay by Leonhard Foeger of Reuters.
July 23 Photo Brief: England celebrated the royal birth, beating the heat in Berlin and a polar bear with a strawberry ice cube
Britain celebrates the birth of the royal baby, people try to beat the heat in Berlin, a polar bear enjoys a giant strawberry ice cube 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.
This week, forecasters reported that the chances of a White Christmas were still relatively slim for Baltimore. Not to say, the rest of Maryland will be snow-free. Western Maryland is under a winter storm watch, looking at possibly more than 6 inches of snow.
Love or hate the snow, here’s a look at wintery wonderlands and snowy nightmares in other parts of the world.
Nov. 29 Photo Brief: The British press in the press, Miss Russia bears all and first seasonal snow in Austria, Cate Blanchett in a Hobbit hole
Lord Justice Leveson releases his offical report looking into the ethics of the British press, Miss Russia 2012 poses with a stuffed bear prior to a press conference, Austria is once again a winter wonderland and more in today’s Daily Brief.
Nov. 15 Photo Brief: Tension builds in the Middle East, a Patriotic John Daly and “Big Phil” the giant Euro coin
Hamas and Israel step up rocket attacks, John Daily in red, white, blue and in the trees, “Big Phil” an Austrian model of the Euro coin worth approximately $1.7 million and more in today’s daily brief.
Nov. 7 Photo Brief: Newborn twins named Mitt and Barack, a gaggle of geese, glowing fish, Russians remember the Nazi invasion and the Bolshevik Revolution
A Kenyan mother names her newborn twins Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, a department store collapses in Ghana, Russians commemorate the 95th anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution and the 71st anniversary of the Nazi invasion, Greek workers protest austerity and more in today’s daily brief.