Photos from Around the World
Densely populated capital, Kathmandu, is shaken; hundreds are reported dead.
During a farewell speech, the attorney general said he took pride in his efforts to empower the powerless and protect civil rights.
The volcano erupted for the first time in more than 42 years, billowing a huge ash cloud over a sparsely populated area.
An elephant’s kiss, presidential campaigning, protests over Freddie Gray’s death and more from the week’s news.
American photographer John Moore won the competition with his images of the Ebola crisis in West Africa.
Whirling dervishes, woolly mammoth mystery, Calbuco volcano’s ash cover and more.
The presidents of Russia and France joined other leaders in commemorating the killing of 1.5 million during World War I.
Earth Day, Chile’s Calbuco volcano erupts, Chinese factories churn out Apple Watch alternative and more.
Hundreds leave the country after anti-immigrant violence.
Giving up the swimming pool, a pet pig becomes an Internet sensation in China and a rally for better wages.
Smoke rises in the capital city of Sanaa and the southern port city of Aden in the campaign to quell an uprising by Houthi rebels.
Fun and fascinating creatures around the world.
Belgium’s Blue Forest, simulated skydiving on a cruise ship, Cuban crocodiles and more.
An overloaded boat with hundreds of desperate migrants capsized and sank off the Libyan coast on Sunday.
Residents said they had seen no benefits after 30 years of trains: just noise, clouds of iron ore dust and a dangerous barrier.
A blast struck a van carrying employees of the United Nations’ children’s agency on Monday.