Latest Videos from around the World
Wave of violence kills dozens in IraqA wave of attacks killed at least 86 people in Shiite and Sunni areas of Iraq on Monday, officials said, pushing the death toll over the past week to more than 230 and extending some of the worst sectarian violence the country has seen
Photos from Around the World
Fun and fascinating creatures around the world.
Battle of Teutoburg Forest reenactment, Mars Curiosity rover drilling massive tornado strikes Moore, Oklahoma and more.
For centuries, merchants have traveled to the Danakil Depression to collect salt from the vast desert basin.
Preakness Stakes, deadly tornadoes, Whit Monday, Gothic festival, World Dog Show and more.
Attacks, which hit market places and crowded bus stops, pushed death toll in Iraq since Wednesday to more than 200.
With U.S. air support vanishing, Afghan soldiers will have to rely on their own air force and unarmored ambulances.
Cyclone Mahasen, Texas tornadoes, puffin census, melting Swiss glacier and more.
At 13, Radomir Franz knew he wanted to be a taxidermist. Now, he’s one of Europe’s most sought-after experts in the field.
The cyclone weakens into a tropical storm and then dissipates, causing far less damage than had been feared.
Bolivian workers strike, Nakba Day clashes, Barbie Dreamhouse protest, Cambodian factory collapse and more.
Facing influx of more than 400,000 Syrians displaced by war, Turkish leaders appeal for international aid.
Epecuen, which spent a quarter-century under water, is coming up for air in the farmlands southwest of Buenos Aires.
Wisconsin wildfire, Nakba Day march, Bangladesh prayer service, Prince Harry visits New Jersey and more.
Pigeons, sloth bear cubs, a pygmy hippo’s first steps, bison and more.
Ryan C. Fogle was briefly detained by Russia’s security service and then ordered out of the country.
Ancient Greece exhibit, Soyuz capsule landing, a vegetable orchestra, John Lennon’s Ferrari and more.
What U.S. forces are leaving behind in Afghanistan after more than a decade of war.
The middle class is becoming a majority in Mexico, where dramatic demographic changes are taking place.
In a society rooted in egalitarianism, the families of top Communist Party officials wield increasing clout.
Photo Essays |
Elsewhere in World
- South Africa: Tears as court acquits Oscar Pistorius' brother in woman's death in accident
- China vice-premier in Zimbabwe for start of trade and development trip before Africa summit
- South Africa: Sheriff denied entry to auction Mandela ex-wife's belongings to pay bad debt
- M23 rebels clash with Congo army for a 2nd day in the country's east
- Iran election overseers bar 2 prominent figures from presidential race
- After exchange, Israel warns against Golan attacks, says Syria will 'bear consequences'
- Iranian state TV: ex-President Rafsanjani, Ahmadinejad aide rejected from presidential ballot
- Spain says it now favors sending 'defense material' to Syrian rebels
- Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris evacuated after suicide inside the landmark church
- Boruch Spiegel, one of last surviving fighters of Warsaw ghetto uprising, dies at 93
- Move over Usain! Feathered Bolt sells for $400,000 after only 1 year in priciest pigeon sale
- UN says it sees a major drop in number of Syrian refugees arriving in Jordan, unsure why
- Internet analyst: Fiber-optic cable branch from Cuba to Jamaica now carrying traffic
- Cubans can now import refrigerators, microwaves, as 2005 ban on energy-hogging appliances ends
- Guatemala's top court overturns ex-dictator's genocide conviction
- Venezuela opposition releases recording it says suggests Cuban meddling in country's politics
- US missile test postponed in April due to North Korean tensions is now scheduled for Tuesday
- Kerry challenges Congress on security at US diplomatic missions, vows to boost protection
- Army general who served in Afghanistan is Pentagon pick to command US troops in South Korea
- VA says more than 10,000 disability claims workers must put in overtime