Television screens at an electronics shop in Nairobi displayed “No Signal” last week. The government has shut down some Kenyan broadcasters.
Walking through Pemenang, Indonesia, on Wednesday, three days after an earthquake struck the island of Lombok.
Riot police blocked the entrance to the Federal Police headquarters in Curitiba, Brazil, on Sunday, as supporters of the former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva protested his imprisonment.
In a (modest) departure from convention, Meghan Markle will be accompanied to St. George’s Chapel by her mother, Doria Ragland, for her wedding to Prince Harry. Her father will walk her down the aisle.
President Muhammadu Buhari of Nigeria, center, flanked by service chiefs and other senior military officers, spoke during the Army Day celebration in Dansadau, in the northwestern state of Zamfara, in 2016.
A police officer stood watch as people arrived to watch the Bollywood film “Padmaavat” at a movie theater in Hyderabad, India, on Thursday.
An honor guard greeted the arrival of the remains of American servicemen returned by North Korea on Friday.
Workers at the Nissan factory in Aguascalientes taking a break before the 7 a.m. shift change.
President Omar Hassan al-Bashir of Sudan during an independence day celebration in Khartoum last month. His government has ratcheted up censorship.
Pope Francis, right, at the Vatican on Saturday. The pope’s vision of holiness explicitly highlights migrants, whose plight he has sought to elevate to global attention perhaps more than any other issue.
A photo of the B-24 bomber called Heaven Can Wait, to which Second Lt. Thomas V. Kelly Jr. was assigned, taken in 1943, the year before it was shot down off Papua New Guinea. Research by the Kelly family located the United States Army Air Force photo and hundreds of other documents.
Shafiqullah, 13, is one of seven children from an extended family wounded in the blast of a rocket left behind after a battle in Afghanistan.
Homeless men in Henderson, a suburb of Auckland, New Zealand. A study found that New Zealand has the highest homelessness rate among the wealthy nations that make up the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.
Hassan Aboud, left, with Abu Ayman in 2013 when Mr. Aboud was leading sieges against Syrian Army positions from which soldiers were shelling the civilian population.
“The current situation in the world is such that everybody is playing soccer with the rules of judo,” said President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia. “So what we have is neither soccer nor judo. It’s chaos.”
Turtle hatchlings inching their way toward the ocean on Kuta Beach in Bali, Indonesia, in early June. Some tourists got to help, and cheer them on.
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