Sun halo in Mexico, Operation Dynamo anniversary, Ferrari racing | May 21
The day in photos from around the world.
Quinn Kelley 0 Comment Daily Brief Boston, California oil spill, Ferrari, Giro d'Italia, Hamas, Italy, Mexico, Operation Dynamo, Palestine, President Barack Obama
The day in photos from around the world.
Matt Bracken 1 Comment The Baltimore Sun, World Gaza Strip, Hamas, Israel, Palestine
Hamas granted Reuters journalists an exclusive look at underground tunnels in Gaza, in what appeared to be an attempt to dispute Israel’s claim that it had demolished all of the Islamist group’s border infiltration tunnels in the Gaza war. Plus archived images of smuggling tunnels in Gaza.
Greg Kohn 0 Comment Daily Brief, Weather, World China, earthquake, ebola, Gaza Strip, Hamas, Israel, Palestine, WWI
The day in photos around the world.
Nick Tann 0 Comment World Egypt, Gaza, Hamas, Hillary Clinton, Israel, Palestine
UPDATE as of 12:42 p.m. EST: A cease-fire between Israel and Hamas has been announced for later this evening, Reuters reports.
The Israel-Hamas conflict entered in its eighth day of fighting after a bomb exploded Wednesday morning on a bus in Tel Aviv, prompting Israel to continue air strikes over Gaza. The hard-sought “calming down” from yesterday never reached an agreement as U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton seeks a diplomatic solution with leaders on both sides of the conflict.
Here’s the latest look into the Gaza conflict from AFP, Getty and Reuters photographers in the region. | NOTE: Some photos are graphic showing visual coverage of injury or death.
Stokely Baksh 0 Comment Daily Brief Afghanistan, ASEAN summit, baboon, Brazil, Cambodia, Chhat Festival, China, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Gaza, Greece, Hamas, Hostess, India, Israel, Myanmar, Nepal, President Obama, Salvador Dali, thanksgiving, Turkey, Twinkies
Israel-Gaza conflict in its sixth day, President Obama’s historic visit to Myanmar, Twinkies maker heads to bankruptcy court, naturists run the 3 km marathon during the first Brazilian Naturist Olympics and more in today’s daily brief.
Stokely Baksh 0 Comment World Gaza, Hamas, Israel, Palestine
At least 11 civilians in Gaza were killed Sunday as a result of an Israeli airstrike as the conflict between Israel and Hamas carried on for a fifth day. According to Palestinian medics, Sunday’s incident was the highest civilian death toll in a single incident during five days of fighting, reported Reuters.
Here’s a look at the recent conflict via photos from AFP, Getty and Reuters photographers in the region. | NOTE: Some photos are graphic showing visual coverage of injury or death.
Robert Hamilton 0 Comment Daily Brief Afghan National Army, Afghanistan, Ahmed Al-Jaabari, Allahabad, aquarium, Atacama Solar Challenge, Athens, Austria, Beersheba, Belfast, Belgium, China, euro, FIFA World Cup, Flemish protest, Gaza Strip, Great Hall of the People, Hamas, Hong Kong, ice skating, India, Iron Dome launcher, Israelia, John Daly, kimchi, King's Day, Kiryat Malachi, Madrid, Oman, Paris, Peace Wall, Philippines, rockets, solar car race, solar energy, South Korea, Spain, strike, Uttar Pradesh
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.
Robert Hamilton 0 Comment Daily Brief, The Baltimore Sun Alex Richie, artist, Australia, Berlin, Britian, Cali, Cambodia, China, demon king Ravana, Dussehra, European Union, fashion, France, Gaza Strip, Greece, Hamas, India, Jason Dufner, Jean Paul Gaultier, Kashmir, king Norodom Sihanouk, koala, Kolkata, Korea, lady bug, London, Maaret al-Numaan, Mongolia, Phnom Penh, riots, steel, Syria, The Second Battalion of the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, Venus international fair for Erotic Entertainment and Lifestyle
The Venus International fair for Erotic Entertainment, deadly airstrikes in Syria bury bodies in ruble, rioters attack police with firebombs in Greece and more in today’s daily brief.