Hungarian authorities closed its main train station, then reopened it but barred entry to refugees and migrants.
Wrestling Komodo dragons, a shark-repellent surfboard and a concerned gorilla are among the finalists in Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2015.
Photos illustrating Britain's history of welcoming refugees fleeing conflicts around the world.
Hurricane Katrina hit on New Orleans on 29 August 2005. Nowhere was the devastation greater than in the largely black Ninth Ward.
Two tragedies show the desperate plight of migrants seeking refuge from war and poverty.
Hindu pilgrims have been cleansing their sins at the Kumbh Mela (Pitcher Festival) for more than 2,000 years.
Hundreds of Colombians wade through river with fridges, mattresses and bed on their backs.
Some of the apes were seized from smugglers, but most were confiscated from entertainment businesses.
The streets of Bunol run red as 20,000 people pelt each other with tomatoes in the 70th La Tomatina festival.
A photographer manages to capture photos showing the harsh realities of life in poverty-stricken North Korea.
A wave of migrants has hit Hungary's southern border, entering the European Union through gaps in an unfinished barrier.
Hollywood actor celebrates the milestone after almost three decade in the industry.
The 'new' whiter New Orleans is booming, while black areas are abandoned.
Mountains of rubbish have been piling up on the streets of Beirut, sparking a protest movement christened "You Stink".
In the past two weeks, more than 23,000 migrants have entered Serbia, taking the total so far this year to 90,000.