Barack Obama delivers his Syria speech, Dennis Rodman reunites with his North Korean "friend for life," and a contortionist shows off at a West German bus stop.
Horsemen ride in Spain; protestors take to the streets in Mexico, Bahrain, and Indonesia; and yoga on the beaches of England.
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Bradley Manning is sentenced, Hosni Mubarak is released to house arrest, and Bo Xilai's trial kicks off in China.
Egypt descends into chaos; India and Pakistan celebrate their independence days; and a new, cuddly carnivore is discovered.
Photos of one of Egypt's most deadly days since the revolution. Warning: Some images are graphic.
One photographer fashions arresting battle scenes from Iraq and Afghanistan out of toy soldiers.
Muslims celebrate the end of Ramadan; an airport fire in Nairobi, and panda bears take over in Berlin.
China's notoriously lagging space program may finally be catching up to America's.
People mourn the rail and bus crashes in Switzerland and Italy; gay rights activists demonstrate against Vladimir Putin; and hot air balloon enthusiasts try to set a record in France.
Photos of the most recent -- and the most violent -- clashes yet between Egyptian security forces and supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsy. Warning: some images are graphic.
Pope Francis draws crowds in Brazil; Spain mourns following a devastating train crash; and royal baby George meets the world.
A Russian opposition leader hears his fate; Britain waits for the royal baby; and Putin goes on an under-the-sea adventure.
Blood in the streets of Cairo; a British champion is crowned; and Muslims celebrate the start of Ramadan.
Supporters of Egypt's ousted president poured into Cairo's streets on Friday, clashing violently with the army and Brotherhood opponents.
Morsy's out in Cairo; Morales is grounded in Austria; and green algae in China doesn't stop tourists from taking a dip.
With the military and Muslim Brotherhood locked in a dramatic power struggle, photos of the turmoil gripping Cairo.
Whether delivered through red cards, cartoon sheep, or a good, old-fashioned poster, the message on Egypt's streets Sunday was clear: It's time for President Mohamed Morsy to cede power.