Swedish photographer Martin Bogren's new book, "Passenger" takes the viewer on a dreamlike journey of wandering in India.

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An Istanbul street dog has become an Internet sensation for his use of the city’s public transportation system.

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Fans of Timothee Chalamet break through signage at the London premiere of ‘Dune’; a plane, taking passengers to Boston for the American League Championship Series, burst into flames after it ran off an airport runway in Texas; the Chicago Sky win the WNBA championship; an Istanbul street dog has become an Internet sensation for his use of the city’s public transportation system. See 10 of the week’s most interesting and gripping images from around the world, selected by Washington Post photo editors.

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Photographer Astrid Riecken explores her love of how things used to be built to last. She traveled around the country, finding people and instances of a bygone era.

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It’s too late to rescue the Jamtalferner glacier in the eastern Alps, scientist Andrea Fischer says, but others still stand a chance.

"Aguas de Ouro" is a new book by Sandra Cattaneo Adorno of lyrical, nostalgic photos of Rio de Janeiro's beach culture.

Colin L. Powell, who helped guide the U.S. military to victory in the 1991 Persian Gulf War as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, then struggled a decade later over the U.S. invasion of Iraq as a beleaguered secretary of state under President George W. Bush, died Oct. 18 at 84.

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A new book by photographer Jerome Sessini gives us vivid details of what it’s like being in the midst of unthinkable death and destruction.

A painting is protected with a fireproof blanket during a drill aimed at preserving artwork at French cathedral; Star Trek actor William Shatner experiences weightlessness during a Blue Origin suborbital flight; sailboats take part in the Barcelona regatta in Italy’s Gulf of Trieste; a pedestrian marvels at an oversize Halloween decoration in Alexandria, Va. See 10 of the week’s most interesting and gripping images from around the world, selected by Washington Post photo editors.

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Photographer Jonas Bendiksen takes a look at the town of Veles, North Macedonia, and its role in manufacturing fake news in a new book that raises important questions — with a twist.

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Check out these huge pumpkins, and learn more about the history of this fall favorite.

In a series titled "Close to Home," photographer Cary Conover gives us a tribute both to his love of photography and the highways and byways of his hometown.

An oil spill contaminates a beach along the Southern California coast; demonstrators pass the U.S. Capitol during the Women’s March in Washington, D.C.; helicopters hoist Taiwan flags over Taipei as they rehearse for the country’s National Day; swimming club members mark the birthday of Russian President Vladimir Putin in Barnaul’s Ob River. See 13 of the week’s most interesting and gripping images from around the world, selected by Washington Post photo editors.

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A new book features a collection of images made by children from conflict zones, empowering them with the ability to tell their own stories to the rest of the world.

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Oil has been spilling into the Pacific since late last week.

Photographer Cornell Watson's recent vacation with his family to Martha's Vineyard showed him what seemed like a fantasy: Black people living life seemingly free of the anxieties and stresses that life normally holds.

The British Royal Air Force Red Arrows display team flies over Episkopi, Cyprus; Britney Spears supporters celebrate in Los Angeles after a judge suspended her father as controller of her business affairs; a man accused of robbery faces Taliban members while in custody at a Kabul police station; a massive dust storm engulfs a neighborhood in Frutal, Brazil. See 11 of the week’s most interesting and gripping images from around the world, selected by Washington Post photo editors.

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