Some of the first photos of the 'absolute bedlam' unleashed by Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines. Warning: some images are graphic.
Kenyan tribe members watch a solar eclipse; a powerful typhoon hits the Philippines; and a man practices tai chi in smoggy Shanghai.
Snapshots of life in a Siberian town that's lost its livelihood.
Debutantes rest their feet at London's Queen Charlotte's Ball; workers strike in Jakarta; and 50 Kyrgyz couples celebrate a mass wedding.
Firefighters confront a massive blaze in Australia; a Kurdish fighter guards her town against Syrian turmoil; and an elephant goes for a stroll on a Sri Lankan expressway.
Butchers in Karachi slaughter a bull for Eid al-Adha; protests sweep through Rio de Janeiro; and a pilgrim is baptized in the Jordan River.
From little leagues to the majors, a celebration of baseball around the globe.
Floods uproot families in China and India; Muslim pilgrims gather in Mecca for the Hajj; and a miniature werewolf spooks West Sussex.
Demonstrators clash with police in Mexico; an elephant is born in Israel; and Washington, D.C. closes down.
Militants storm a shopping mall in Kenya; a typhoon advances on Hong Kong; and Munich revelers celebrate the first day of Oktoberfest.
How China is furiously trading cuddly bears for natural resources and high tech.
Riots in Athens; a shooting in Washington, D.C.; a bull mauls a photographer in Spain; and the giant yellow duck makes its Taiwan debut.
From landscapes to seascapes, from mountain tops to the valleys below, from Bhutan to Bismarck -- a bird's-eye tour of the world.
The story of an Italian shipwreck -- in photos.
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.
Which country is the drunkest of them all? The laziest? The fattest? FP investigates.
From rappers to rebel groups, Primus is the brew of choice in the Democratic Republic of Congo. But even the business of beer isn't immune from the country's ongoing strife.
Trapped in countries ravaged by war, these five incredible tourist sites are destined to remain unexplored by world travelers.