Photos from Around the World
Greeting the Pope, plane skids off LaGuardia runway, TV for chimps and more.
Hindu devotees across the country celebrate the coming spring by dancing and decorating themselves with bright powders.
A look at some of the top photos from the week’s news.
As part of the cease-fire, government forces and rebels swapped prisoners.
Followers have covered walls all across the country with colorful murals depicting their charismatic leader who died two years ago.
Loggerhead turtle exam, genetically modified mosquitoes, U.S. ambassador attacked in South Korea and more.
One of South America’s most active volcanoes erupted early Tuesday in southern Chile.
No serious injuries were reported after an airbus crashed while landing in the capital of Kathmandu amid slippery conditions.
Health-care rallies at the Supreme Court, Prince William visits China, world’s oldest living person and more.
A blast in Donetsk, a city held by rebel forces, killed at least one person, with the fate of more than 30 others still unclear.
Fun and fascinating creatures around the world.
Gaining control of the northern city, captured by the Islamic State in June, would be a key step in pushing out the militants.
Five houses have been destroyed and dozens of people have been removed from homes.
Holi festival in India, rare goblin shark found off the coast of Australia, a mass wedding in South Korea and more.
Thousands of mourners and dignitaries filed past the coffin of the slain Russian opposition leader to pay their respects.
The British royal took on a diplomatic role in Beijing, presenting President Xi Jinping with a letter from Queen Elizabeth II.