Thousands gather ahead of annual 'March for Life' in Washington, DC
Thousands of people begin to gather in Washington DC for the annual 'March for Life' event which will see US President Donald Trump address the crowds, just blocks from Congress where senators are sitting in judgement at his impeachment trial.
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European Council chief Charles Michel and Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen meet with France's Emmanuel Macron in Brussels during a special summit to decide on the bloc's longterm budget.
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Iranians head to the polls for a general election that conservatives are expected to dominate amid voter apathy after an economic slump, multiple crises and the disqualification of thousands of candidates.
Disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein arrives at court in New York, as jury deliberations in his high-profile sex crimes trial continue for a fourth day.
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Officials prepare for the meeting between Rwandan President Paul Kagame and his Ugandan counterpart Yoweri Museveni in the no man's land at the Gatuna border post between their countries, amid ongoing diplomatic tensions.
Videographic illustrating and explaining how the European Union works. EU leaders clashed through the night early Friday as a stormy summit to decide the bloc's seven-year, trillion euro budget entered a second day.
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President Emmanuel Macron and EU Council chief Charles Michel arrive for the second day of a special summit on the bloc's longterm budget.
Falcons perch majestically in the waiting room of Abu Dhabi's falcon hospital, awaiting a routine check-up. After waiting in the pristine white-marbled reception area of the animal hospital, the falcons will undergo blood tests in order to complet...
Nearly 200 kilometres above the Arctic Circle in northern Sweden, dozens of tourists come to visit an ice hotel, posing for photos next to frozen pillars and beds made from ice from a nearby river.
Pink women-only washroom-on-wheels transformed from old buses have been popping up at various parts of India's western city of Pune. In a country with a lack of hygienic public toilets especially for women, the initiative is warmly welcomed and re...
Images outside the Shincheonji Church of Jesus in Daegu, South Korea. More than 80 members of Shincheonji have now been infected, starting with a 61-year-old woman who developed a fever on February 10 but attended at least four church services bef...
Millions are facing starvation in Zambia, one of the countries hit hard by a severe drought in southern Africa, with average temperatures in the region rising twice as fast as the global mean.
Several hundred people take part in a human chain around the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin to protest against the terrorist attack that killed nine people in bars in Hanau near Frankfurt. from the gatheringN°1P5969
Harvey Weinstein leaves court as jurors in his high-profile sex crimes trial end a third day of deliberations without reaching a verdict. The disgraced movie mogul, 67, faces life in prison if the jury of seven men and five women convict him of a ...
Inhabitants of the small city of Dietfurt an der Altmühl parade in "Chinese" costumes to celebrate Carnival, a tradition that's taken place in the small German town since the 1950s and is based on a loosely historical anecdote. Despite recent deba...
Urban agriculture is one of the latest crazes to grip the French capital. Old shipping containers have been commandeered to grow strawberries in Seine-Saint-Denis, while aromatic herbs grow on rooftops in the heart of Paris.
Farmer Nguyen Van Toan is still going to work in the rice fields each day in Son Loi commune, Vietnam, a week since the 10,000-population area was placed under quarantine after cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus were discovered.
Refugees from South Sudan who live in UN displacement camps fear that peace could collapse into violence once more, as pressure mounts on President Salva Kiir and his former deputy, Riek Machar, to honour a February 22 deadline to form a government.
Security and police officers are seen outside London's Regent's park mosque after a man has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder following a stabbing.