Election officers counting votes for an election of Japan’s upper house of Parliament on Sunday.
Droppings are such a normal part of Dutch childhood that many in the Netherlands are surprised to be asked about it.
The Nissan headquarters in Yokohama, Japan, in June during the carmaker’s shareholders meeting. “It would be difficult for us to make progress without the alliance” with Renault, said Keiko Ihara, a Nissan board member.
Protesters in Hong Kong on Sunday demanded an independent investigation into what they said was police brutality at earlier demonstrations.
Jagmeet Singh is hoping to unseat Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in Canada’s upcoming fall national elections.
Despite recent reforms, Saudi Arabia’s repressive guardianship laws have remained intact.
Philip Hammond, right, the chancellor, during a BBC interview with Andrew Marr in London on Sunday.
Voters at a polling station in Kiev, Ukraine’s capital, on Sunday.
Officials in Pakistan said a suicide bomber attacked a hospital in Dera Ismail Khan, in the northwest of the country, on Sunday. The blast followed the shooting of two police officers at a security checkpoint in the same district.
Boris Johnson is the front-runner in the Conservative Party leadership contest, and his family’s public position is that nothing would be better than for him to get the job.
British Airways planes at Heathrow Airport in London last year. The airline canceled flights to Cairo, a day after the British government warned of “a heightened risk of terrorism against aviation.”
Earlier this month, workers opened two tombs on Vatican’s grounds as part of an inquiry into the disappearance of Emanuela Orlandi, 15.
Chinese construction workers at the Great Stone Industrial Park near Minsk, Belarus. Mostly shunned by European investors and wary of becoming too dependent on Russia, Belarus has eagerly turned to China.
The Kyoto Animation building on Friday, a day after a fire at the studio killed 34 people.
Tourists taking selfies in Venice on the Grand Canal with the Rialto Bridge in the background. The city has struggled with overtourism.
Workers on a farm in Huelva, Spain. Under a bilateral agreement, thousands of Moroccan women labor from April to June to cultivate and harvest strawberries in Spain.
The British oil tanker Stena Impero, which was seized by Iran.
“This can wind up strengthening democracy,” said David Miranda, who is at the center of an intensifying dispute with President Jair Bolsonaro.
A protest calling for a public vote on the British government’s final Brexit deal in London in March. Young Britons overwhelmingly voted to remain in the European Union.
A car in Yima, China, was struck by a fallen electricity pole after an explosion at a nearby gas plant late Friday.
Metropolitan police officers at a protest in London, on Monday.
Afghan security personnel in front of Kabul University, after a suicide bombing early Friday.
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, right, and his deputy, Seyed Abbas Araghchi, left, issued denials.
L. Bruce Laingen arriving in Washington in January 1981 after being freed from captivity in Tehran. He was the highest-ranking American official held in Iran during the hostage ordeal that began there in November 1979.
Relatives of Srebrenica massacre victims sitting by coffins ahead of a burial in 2016.
President Cyril Ramaphosa addressing Parliament in June. He took office pledging to root out corruption within his party, the African National Congress.
Hours after the wreck, fires continued to burn in Lac Mégantic, Quebec.
Matteo Salvini, the League party leader, blamed “opposition coming from many Five Star politicians” for the coalition tensions.
A crowd listening to Boris Johnson speak during the Conservative Party leadership campaign in London on Wednesday.
Soldiers transferred the remains of Sgt. James G. Johnston last month at Dover Air Force Base in Delaware. Sergeant Johnston, a bomb disposal soldier, was fighting alongside American commandos in Afghanistan.
People gathered in the street after a strong earthquake in Athens on Friday.
Protesters in the Sha Tin area of Hong Kong on Sunday.
Aleksandr G. Nevzorov, a onetime star of Soviet television, describes himself as “a Soviet child raised on the ideals of this empire.”
“People of very different nationalities have contributed to the strength of the American people,” Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany said at a news conference on Friday.
The Australian writer Yang Hengjun in 2014. He has been held in China since January.
Mourning the fire’s victims on Friday. Thirty-three people were killed.
Boris Johnson at a Conservative party gathering on Wednesday.
Jacob Zuma, right, arriving on Friday for a hearing in Johannesburg led by a commission that is looking into allegations of corruption in government and state-owned companies.
From left, Rachid Afati, Younes Ouziad and Abdessamad Al Joud have been sentenced to death today for the murder of Louisa Vesterager Jespersen and Maren Ueland.
South Korean police officers at the building that houses the Japanese Embassy in Seoul on Friday.
Instagram headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif.
From left, Representatives Ayanna Pressley, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar responding to President Donald Trump.