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.
Gay couples celebrate in America; South Africa waits for sad news; and a flight to Havana is missing a special passenger.
More than 60 experts weigh in on whether the "African century" is for real.
Haunting photos from a Chinese metropolis that has everything you could possibly want -- except people.
The future of aviation is on diplay at the world's most important air show.
Massive protests sweep Brazil; 'The Standing Man' comes to Turkey; and David Beckham causes a stampede.
Iran heads to the polls; protests continue in Turkey; and horse shrimp fishermen get to work in Belgium.
The model airplanes that could one day change the global balance of power.
France honors its heroes; Hong Kong commemorates a massacre; and London installs a tempting new statue.
Photos of China's new president gripping and grinning his way across the world (and kissing the occasional baby for good measure).
A look back at Tom Donilon's time in the White House, where he helped shape U.S. policy everywhere from Afghanistan to Aleppo.
Gays finally marry in France; the sun sets neatly in Manhattan; and a newborn white tiger gives its handler the stink-eye.
A Memorial Day tribute to the U.S. troops serving in Afghanistan.
Images of the anti-personnel landmines allegedly laid by Yemen's military during the Arab Spring.
A massive tornado ravages Oklahoma; a heat wave strikes India; and Shinzo Abe goes to preschool.