Motorists around France have been queueing to fill their fuel tanks, as strikes at oil refineries persist.
The holy day symbolises their belief in the body and the blood of Jesus Christ, and his Real Presence in the Eucharist.
The 176 year-old stamps are so rare that they are taken under armed escort in a specially designed case with shock alarms and sensors.
The Expropriated Bank had been used by squatters since 2011 and was largely ignored by its owners.
A huge annual photography competition aims to capture a year in the life of the former Soviet Union.
Italian diver claims to have found missing submarine with the bodies of its 71 crew still inside.
The light festival transforms various buildings and landmarks into a canvas for the giant creations.
Sparks fly as China is accused of dumping cheap steel on global markets.
The Aquarius patrols Mediterranean rescuing refugees trying to reach Europe on overloaded unsafe fishing boats.
Russia's anti-doping agency invited foreign journalists and photographers into their laboratory.
Government officials report that 1,110 people had left the camp.
Obama is the third US President to visit the south-east Asian nation since diplomatic relations were restored in 1995.
A new book features cute photo-booth-style portraits of dogs in animal shelters.
There are only a few days left to enter National Geographic's annual travel photography competition.
Members of the Royal family attend the preview of the horticultural event at the Royal Hospital Chelsea in London.