Automakers from around the world are showcasing their latest concept cars at an exhibition in the Chinese city of Shanghai.
Police officers gather to express dismay as suicides among their ranks took the toll to 28.
Protesters gathered outside the White House Thursday.
The newly-discovered, 3,500-year-old tomb of an ancient Egyptian soldier was unveiled in Luxor, marking World Heritage Day.
Climate-change protesters gathered outside the headquarters of BBC as part of protests seeking to demand more action to tackle global warming.
Right in the heart of the desert in Central Iran, the city of Yazd is home to some astonishing gardens including, Dowlat Abad garden.
The first shipment of humanitarian aid from the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement arrived in Venezuela via the Simon Bolivar International Airport on Tuesday.
Locals were overheard singing hymns outside the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris as firefighters continued battling the flames there into Tuesday morning.
As temperatures across China continue to rise, spring flowers in full blossom are captivating visitors with their multi-hued petals and sweet scents.
The plucky and the unlucky tried to wolf down as many Carolina Reaper peppers - the spiciest in the world - as they could in a minute at a food-eating contest in New York on Sunday.
The Stratolaunch, the world's largest aircraft by wingspan, completed its successful first flight over the Mojave Desert, California, on Saturday.
An American bomb weighing 250 kg, which had been dropped during World War II, was detonated by specialists in the River Main, Germany.
The grave was discovered in early April in the Saqqara burial site in Giza Governorate.
Two children have been killed and more than a dozen people injured after powerful storms spawned tornadoes across the southern US Saturday.
Toy production company, LEGO, has set a world record with a huge display made up of Star Wars mini-figures.
Russia released drone footage on Saturday showing the burnt-out remains of a building where two suspected Daesh terrorists were killed the night before.
Several thousand people took to the streets of Belgrade on Saturday in an ongoing protest against Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and his government.
An opera has opened in Hong Kong about Donald Trump and his fictional twin brother who lives in China.
France's 'yellow vests' are back in the street, hoping to make a comeback after participation dropped to its lowest level since the start of the movement last weekend.
Thousands of Pakistanis paid tribute to the 50 victims of the Christchurch mosque attacks last month in New Zealand.
A team of European scientists is planning to go on an expedition to find the oldest ice on Earth, to better understand climate change.
Footage released by the Libyan National Army (LNA) on Wednesday allegedly shows LNA forces after reportedly taking control over a base in Ain Zara and the Al Aziziyah in Tripoli.
Taxi drivers in Berlin joined a nationwide protest to condemn the government's plans to relax regulations that would allow ride-hailing services like Uber to operate in the country.
Astronomers at last have captured an image of the darkest entities in the cosmos.
At least ten people were killed in Rio de Janeiro on Tuesday, after flash floods swept through the Brazilian city.
Kite festival in northern France fills skies with color.
Classrooms remained empty in the Polish capital, Warsaw, as kindergarten, primary and secondary school teachers in Poland on Monday launched an indefinite national strike.
Britain's House of Lords approved legislation on Monday that will give parliament the power to scrutinize and even change Prime Minister Theresa May's request that the European Union agree to delay Brexit until June 30.
Egypt has unveiled the 2,500-year-old mummy of a high priest at an ancient cemetery south of Cairo.
Dozens of Palestinians gather in Ramallah to show solidarity with Palestinian prisoners in Israeli prisons.
Part of a bridge over the Moju River in Brazil's Para state collapsed early on Saturday, potentially affecting shipment of grains through northern ports.
Supporters of former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva gathered in Curitiba to demand his freedom on Sunday, marking one year since the ex-president was detained.
Thousands of Sudanese gather for a second day of protests outside the army's headquarters in Khartoum.
Mexico's Chapultepec Zoo shows off its one-month-old baby giraffe.
A powerful explosion hit in central Paris on Saturday, reportedly forcing the evacuation of hundreds of people.
Tens of thousands have taken to the streets in the latest rival rallies held across Venezuela, which is facing a deepening crisis amid a US-led push to topple the government.
Police fired tear gas at "yellow vest" demonstrators on Saturday, April 6, in the western French city of Nantes in another weekend of anti government protests.
Researchers near the ancient city of Akhmim have discovered a 2,000-year-old tomb thought to belong to an official called 'Tutu'.
Iran has bid farewell to Jamshid Mashayekhi, one of its most renowned movie stars who died on Wednesday, April 03, at the age of 85.
The largest tulip garden in Indian-controlled Kashmir has opened its doors to the public.
Chaos erupted between supporters of South Africa's ultra-leftist parties ahead of national elections.
Russia’s Black Sea Fleet held missile firing exercises in the Black Sea, as shown in footage released on Friday.
Quitter owns a startup called London Electric Cars that is in business of converting vintage cars into electric vehicles, or EVs.
Two NATO ships, frigate Toronto of the Royal Canadian Navy and frigate Santa Maria from the Spanish Navy, arrived in the port of Odessa on Monday after patrolling in the Black Sea.
People protest for the lack of water and electric service in Venezuela as President Maduro announced 30 days of electricity rationing.
Thousands of people from Spain's rural areas marched in central Madrid on Sunday (March 31) demanding better public services from a government which they accuse of treating them like "second-class citizens."
Arab leaders, long divided by regional rivalries, condemned a US decision on the Golan Heights.
Hundreds of people rallied against NATO outside the White House on Saturday.
Funeral of Palestinian teenager killed by Israeli fire during protest
Aldabra is one of the world’s largest coral atolls with a unique ecosystem that has attracted scientists from around the globe.
A third-generation submarine for Russia’s Pacific Fleet, the Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, equipped with Kalibr cruise missiles, was launched at the Admiralty Shipyard in St. Petersburg on Thursday.
Alcoa workers have clashed with riot police during a protest in front of the Congress of Deputies building in the Spanish capital Madrid.
The Palestinian Health Ministry says an 18-year-old has been shot dead in West Bank clashes with Israeli troops.
A missile struck outside a hospital in northwestern Yemen on Tuesday (March 26), killing seven people, including four children, Save the Children said in a statement.
Activists protested close to 10 Downing Street in London on Tuesday, against British involvement in the Saudi Arabian-led war against Yemen, on the fourth anniversary of its beginning.
For the first time in France, a zoo has installed a line of cable cars which allows visitors to fly over the animals without disturbing them.
At least nine people were killed and a dozen injured in Huanuco, Peru on Monday (Wednesday 25) after a wall collapsed at an evangelical church.
An explosive-laden vehicle blew up at a busy conjunction on Tuesday.
Lights went out across much of Venezuela, including many areas of the capital city of Caracas on Monday less than two weeks after power was restored following a prolonged blackout.
The Israeli army has bombed several areas across the Gaza Strip, with Palestinian resistance groups responding by firing rockets from the besieged territory.
Algerian municipal workers and architects rally against Bouteflika.
Pro-Palestinian groups protest outside the AIPAC conference venue.
Palestinian demonstrators returned to the Israel-Gaza border late on Sunday for night-time protests organized by the so-called "confusion units."
Hundreds of people gathered for an anti-NATO protest in Belgrade on Sunday, as the country marked the 20th anniversary of the NATO-led bombing campaign against Yugoslavia in 1999.
Peter Tabichi, a maths and physics teacher from a secondary school in a remote village in Kenya's Rift Valley, wins the $1 million Global Teacher Prize for 2019.
Rescue helicopters evacuate dozens of people from a cruise ship which suffered engine failure in windy conditions off the west coast of Norway.
Hundreds of thousands of Algerians took the street of the capital Algiers on Friday, to demand the immediate resignation of President Abdelaziz Bouteflika.
In the UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying campaigns, where Spain battled their way to a 2-1 home-victory against group F opponents Norway, at the Mestalla Stadium.
Syrian state media on Saturday cited a hospital in government-held Hama as saying 21 people suffered choking symptoms from poison gas after militants shelled a village.
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has called on all Iranians to help the flood-affected people of the two northern Iranian provinces.
Hundreds of Palestinian mourners in Gaza took part in funeral processions on Saturday (March 23) for two men who were killed during border protests a day earlier.
Formerly built up areas became flooded and covered by stones after Cyclone Idai swept through the area in Chimanimani, footage filmed on Saturday shows.
The children enter the operating room on their own by driving toy cars.
Thousands of Algerians rallied again on Friday to demand the immediate resignation of President Abdelaziz Bouteflika.
At a gathering on Friday to mark one week since the mosque attacks in Christchurch, women of all faiths were seen wearing headscarves.
An explosion at a pesticide plant in eastern China has killed 47 people and injured more than 600, state media said on Friday, March 22.
Pantsir-S1 anti-aircraft missile complexes carried out combat shootings at targets in the Kaliningrad region, as shown by footage released by the Russian Ministry of Defense on Thursday.
Thousands took to the streets of Paris in a day of strikes and nationwide protests organised by trade unions in opposition to Macron policies.
Thousands of demonstrators rally against racism and Islamophobia in Melbourne , Australia, after the recent terrorist attacks on two mosques in New Zealand.
In southwest China, cities and counties have been blanketed in flowers, drawing scores of tourists to celebrate the arrival of spring.
Rescuers in Mozambique's flooded city of Beira evacuated people from areas hit by Cyclone Idai on Monday.
Rostec is set to unveil two newly-built thermal power plants in Crimea on Monday.
Muslims pray in a park outside al-Noor mosque during the maghrib, the prayer just after sunset. Unable to pray inside the mosque, the mournful pray as locals look on.
Firefighters managed to control a fire which had engulfed the 17th-century Church of Saint-Sulpice on Sunday.
Juventus have suffered their first Serie A defeat of the season losing 2-0 to Genoa days after the Turin club's heroics against Atletico Madrid.
Flash floods in Indonesia's easternmost province of Papua have killed at least 42 people and badly injured 21 others, a local disaster agency official told Reuters on Sunday.
Thousands of people took to the streets in Kiev on Saturday to demand that authorities immediately detain all participants involved in alleged corruption at the defense enterprise Ukroboronprom.
Tens of thousands of people protested on the streets of Madrid on Saturday against the trial of a dozen separatist leaders.
Thousands of people marched through the Montenegrin capital Podgorica on Saturday, demanding that the country's top officials, including President Milo Djukanovic and Prime Minister Dusko Markovic, resign amid corruption allegations.
A new space telescope is set to gaze at far-flung planets, in a bid to learn more about their composition.