Dick Tracy Wrist Radio
With the release of the Apple Watch, which is the company's first new product since 2010, Dick Tracy's two-way wrist radio from could be seen by some as a predecessor to today's smartwatch. Tracy's wrist radio is courtesy of the National Law Enforcement Museum.Gary Cameron/Reuters
Occupy Hong Kong Leaders Head Shave
Founders of the Occupy Central civil disobedience movement - academic Chan Kin-man (L), academic Benny Tai and Reverend Chu Yiu-ming (R) - shave their heads during a protest to call for people to join them for an upcoming Occupy Central movement rally in Hong Kong. The drill was conducted ahead of the 'Occupy Central' civil disobedience movement, which is threatening to blockade the city's central business district if Beijing does not allow the city to conduct a genuinely democratic election in 2017.Tyrone Siu/Reuters
China Jail Restaurant Waitress
A waitress poses while customers eat dinner inside iron cages at a jail-themed restaurant in the Chinese port city of Tianjin. The three-story restaurant consists of rooms resembling jail's cells made from iron cages. It attracts customers who wants to experience the atmosphere of the jail for fun.Kim Kyung-Hoon/Reuters
Apple Watch Press
Members of the media look at the Apple Watch during an Apple event at the Flint Center in Cupertino, California.Stephen Lam/Reuters
Horse Whisperer Martin Tata
'Horse whisperer' Martin Tata sits on his five-year-old horse, Primavera, as he performs a demonstration of 'Indian taming' at the Polo Club Puesto Viejo ranch in Canuelas, Argentina. Tata says the techniques that he uses to tame unbroken horses avoids unnecessary violence, and helps build a more harmonious relationship between humans and the horses.Enrique Marcarian/Reuters
Patriots Border Patrol Jeep
Members of the Patriots Huggie Bear (L, not his real name), Ray (C, no last name given) and Will (R, no last name given) patrol in their UTV. Bear, 25, is a former sergeant in the Army, Ray served six years in the Coast Guard, and Will is a construction worker. The Patriots are a heavily armed group who patrol the US-Mexico border, trying to deter illegal immigrants from crossing the border. The group, who portray themselves as defending the American way, use a strong display of force to intimidate anyone from making the crossing from Mexico into Texas. To critics, they are vigilantes spoiling for a fight. To the immigrants, they are another barrier to entry. To the US Border Patrol, groups like this can either be a nuisance interfering with their operations or an aide in spotting migrants illegally trying to enter the country.Rick Wilking/Reuters
Cat Shanghai Xintiadi Demolition
A cat is seen near houses under demolition in Xintiandi, one of the most expensive areas per square meter of Shanghai. China is relaxing its financing rules for listed property firms, as its once-heated property market experiences its sharpest slowdown in two years, as sales and prices turn after an exceptionally buoyant 2013.Carlos Barria/Reuters
Onam Trichur India Festival Dancer
A performer practises a dance move before taking part in at the festivities marking the end of the annual harvest festival of Onam in Trichur, in the southern Indian state of Kerala. The 10-day long festival is celebrated annually to symbolise the return of King Mahabali to meet his subjects.Babu/Reuters
Tribute of Light New York 9-11 Anniversary
The Tribute in Light illuminates lower Manhattan's skyline, to mark the 13th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center in New York. This year, for perhaps the first time since the attacks, a sense of normalcy and openness has taken root in the city blocks where two airliners hijacked by terrorists from al-Qaida crashed into the World Trade Center's twin towers.Eduardo Munoz/Reuters
Cosmonaut Oleg Artemyev Soyuz Landing
Russian cosmonaut Oleg Artemyev looks out of the Russian Soyuz TMA-12M space capsule, shortly after landing south-east of Dzhezkazgan. Two Russian cosmonauts and a Nasa astronaut returned to Earth after a six-month stay aboard the International Space Station. Also inside the capsule were former station commander Steve Swanson and cosmonaut Alexander Skvortsov.Maxim Shipenkov/Pool/Reuters
Femen Protest Ukraine Russia Conflict Kiev
Activists of Ukrainian women's rights group Femen stage a protest at the Kiev Pechersk Lavra monastery. The group said it was protesting against the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the Moscow Patriarchate, which supports Russian aggression in Ukraine.Valentyn Ogirenko/Reuters
Oscar Pistorius Verdict Reaction Drool
Olympic and paralympic track star Oscar Pistorius reacts as he listens to Judge Thokozile Masipa's judgement at the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria. The judge cleared Oscar Pistorius of all murder charges on Thursday, saying prosecutors had failed to prove the track star intended to kill his girlfriend or an imagined intruder on Valentine's Day last year.Kim Ludbrook/Pool/Reuters
Prince William, Charles, Harry at the Invictus Games
Princes William (L), Charles (C) and Harry look at a mobile phone during the Invictus Games in the Lee Valley Athletics Centre in north London. The Invictus Games, which ran between 10 to 14 September, is an international sporting event for wounded servicemen and women from 13 countries.Neil Hall/Reuters
Prince Harry and David Henson Invictus Games
Britain's Prince Harry poses for a photograph with British competitor David Henson at the Invictus Games in the Lee Valley Athletics Centre in north London September 11, 2014. The Invictus Games which will run from September 10-14, is an international sporting event for wounded servicemen and women from 13 countries.Neil Hall/Reuters
Injured Girl Child Syria Airstrike
An injured child rests in a field hospital, after what activists claim were at least five air strikes carried out by forces of Syria's President Bashar al-Assad in Douma, eastern al-Ghouta, near Damascus, Syria.Badra Mamet/Reuters
Palestine Hamas Flags Gaza City
Palestinian and Hamas flags (R) flutter atop the wreckage of a house, which witnesses said was destroyed during the seven-week Israeli offensive, in the east of Gaza City. Fifty days of war in one of the most densely populated parts of the world have left swathes of Gaza in ruins. With the economy reeling under an Israeli-Egyptian blockade, the enclave now faces an almost impossible task of rebuilding.Suhaib Salem/Reuters
Kashmir Flood Man Ladder
A Kashmiri man uses a ladder to cross a flooded street to enter a mosque. Authorities in Kashmir collected the bodies of women and children floating in the streets on Thursday as anger mounted over what many survivors said was a bungled operation to help people caught in the region's worst flooding in 50 years.Adnan Abidi/Reuters
Ukraine Soldier Tank Smiley Face
A Ukrainian soldier jumps to a tank near the eastern Ukrainian town of Pervomaysk. Ukraine's president Petro Poroshenko said on Friday there could be no military solution to his country's crisis and said he hoped 'a very fragile' ceasefire in the east would hold, allowing him to focus on rebuilding the shattered economy.Gleb Garanich/Reuters
Student Protest Santiago
Students cling at a fence while they are detained at the Education Ministry building during its occupation in downtown Santiago, Chile. Around 15 students occupied the building as part of a protest against a financial crisis in their university.Ivan Alvarado/Reuters
Scottish Independence Yes Poster Isle of Lewis
A 'Yes' campaign poster is displayed on the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides.Cathal McNaughton/Reuters
Nicolas Prost Beijing Pit Lane Helmet
e.dams Renault driver Nicolas Prost of France sits inside the car at the pit lane during a qualification session of the Formula E Championship race in Beijing. The inaugural Formula E Championship, which, according to its organisers, is the world's first fully electric racing series, will be contested by 10 two-driver teams over 10 rounds.Petar Kujundzic/Reuters
Boxer James De La Rosa Backflip
James De La Rosa of Mexico celebrates his victory over Alfredo Angulo of Mexico with a back flip following a middleweight bout at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, US.Richard Brian/Reuters
Occupy Central Hong Kong Protest Black Banner
Occupy Central protesters march with 500m long black cloth, which they say symbolizes the loss of credibility in Beijing's refusal to allow true democracy in Hong Kong, September. The Chinese characters on the cloth read 'Civil Disobedience'.Tyrone Siu/Reuters
Matthew Miller Trial Verdict North Korea
US citizen Matthew Miller sits in a witness box during his trial at the North Korean Supreme Court. North Korea sentenced Todd Miller to six years hard labour for committing 'hostile acts' as a tourist to the isolated country, a statement carried by state media said on Sunday. Miller, from Bakersfield, California, and in his mid-20s, entered North Korea in April this year whereupon he tore up his tourist visa and demanded Pyongyang grant him asylum, according to a release from state media at the time.KCNA/Reuters
Ukraine Soldiers Prayer Religion Service
Armed Ukrainian soldiers attend a religious service in a blindage on the outskirts of the southern coastal town of Mariupol.Vasily Fedosenko/Reuters
Palestinian Protester Qadomem Settlement Protest
A Palestinian protester uses a sling to throw stones towards Israeli border policemen during clashes following a protest against the near-by Jewish settlement of Qadomem, in the West Bank village of Kofr Qadom.Abed Omar Qusini/Reuters
Horse Whisperer Martin Tata
'Horse whisperer' Martin Tata sits on his five-year-old horse, Primavera, as he performs a demonstration of 'Indian taming' at the Polo Club Puesto Viejo ranch in Canuelas, Argentina. Tata says the techniques that he uses to tame unbroken horses avoids unnecessary violence, and helps build a more harmonious relationship between humans and the horses.Enrique Marcarian/Reuters
Gordon Brown Labour Scottish Independence Rally
Former British prime minister Gordon Brown speaks at a party rally in Glasgow, Scotland. The referendum on Scottish independence will take place on Thursday, 18 September, when Scotland will vote whether or not to end the 307-year-old union with the rest of the United Kingdom.Paul Hackett/Reuters
World War One Anniversary Re-enactors
A British history enthusiasts portraying a German Feldwebelleutnant (warrant officer) Fritz Brandt (front) leads members of the Sturmabteilungbrandt World War I re-enactor group during a recreation of the First Battle of the Marne, which took place at Chauconin-Neufmontiers, Eastern Paris. Dozens of volunteers dressed in French and German military uniforms recreated the battle from two trenches dug out by local residents to mark the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War (WWI).Charles Platiau/Reuters