“Who is responsible for us?” asks Sarah Ibrahim, 31, one of more than 2,000 foreign women and children detained at camps in northern Syria with no foreseeable way out.
A poacher removes abalone meat from its shell, in Hangberg, an impoverished fishing community in Cape Town, South Africa.
The Shuafat refugee camp, behind a section of Israel’s separation barrier in Jerusalem.
This undated photo taken recently and released by the Royal Thai Navy on July 7 shows a group of Thai Navy divers in Tham Luang Cave during the rescue operation for 12 Thai boys and their soccer coach.
Kim Yong-nam, the nominal head of state of North Korea, and Kim Yo-jong, sister of the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, looking on behind President Moon Jae-in of South Korea and his wife, Kim Jung-sook, during the Olympic opening ceremony on Feb. 9.
Turkish-backed Free Syrian Army fighters on Friday in the Syrian city of Azez, near the Syria-Turkey border.
Kim Jong-un, left, inspecting the construction of a hydroelectric power plant in North Hamgyong Province, North Korea, in an undated photograph provided by the official Korean Central News Agency last month.
A team of international experts is trying to determine whether chemical weapons were used in an attack on the Syrian town of Douma that killed at least 43 people this month.
The leftist Andrés Manuel López Obrador was elected president of Mexico in a landslide victory on Sunday.
Only two North Korean athletes — the figure skaters Ryom Tae-ok and Kim Ju-sik — qualified for the Pyeongchang Olympics on merit.
Mr. Trump at Turnberry on Saturday. Financial records show the resort has lost money since he paid about $60 million to purchase it in 2014.
At times, a dart match can seem more like a rowdy frat party than a sporting event. Here, fans celebrate during the World Championship at the Alexandra Palace in London this month.
Noboru Moriwaki, 90, who lives with his wife up a curvy hill on the outskirts of a rural town in Japan, said he had no imminent plans to give up driving. “If you can’t drive,” he said, “you can’t get on with your life.”
A destroyed neighborhood in eastern Ghouta in March, days after Syrian government forces took it from rebels. Intense bombardment — mainly airstrikes by Russian and Syrian government planes — killed 1,100 people in the area in less than a month, a United Nations panel found.
American sailors during a joint exercise by the militaries of the United States and South Korea off the coast of Pohang, South Korea, in 2017.
Fast-spreading wildfires have engulfed entire seaside towns in Greece, killing multiple people and injuring many others. The death toll is expected to rise.
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