The exhibition at Beetles+Huxley in London features Elliott Erwitt's quirky photos of dogs as well as portraits of Marilyn Monroe and Che Guevara.
The Immigrants, at New York's Howard Greenberg Gallery, features the work of more than 40 photographers from the 1860s to 2015, focusing on the immigrant experience.
After battering Britain and Ireland, Storm Eleanor slammed into western Europe, derailing trains, toppling trees and halting flights.
Extreme cold weather has caused parts of the Niagara Falls to freeze as a massive winter storm, followed by possible record-breaking cold, moves up the eastern US.
California has legalised the sale of recreational marijuana, and it's no surprise its retail outlets emulate California's most successful brand.
The bone-chillingly cold temperatures have frozen parts of Niagara Falls and caused a mile-long pile-up on Interstate 90 near Buffalo, New York.
Dronestagram, the first social network dedicated to aerial photography, has selected its top 20 aerial images from the thousands of stunning drone photos submitted in 2017.
Myanmar pledged that Rohingya Muslims who fled to Bangladesh by the hundreds of thousands would start their journey home later this month. However, few believe that will happen.
Across the northern hemisphere a few brave (or foolhardy) souls celebrated the festive season by diving into frozen lakes or paddling in frigid oceans.
The week's best news, sport, weather and animal photos, from Christmas preparations to the run-up to New Year's Day 2018.
Photographs show the extent of the fire at 1 Above Rooftop, with the entire Kamala Mills complex reduced to a blackened shell of twisted wreckage.
A reveller dressed as former Catalan president Charles Puigdemont was pelted with flour and eggs, and then the battered separatist was locked up up in a mock prison cell.
This is one of the world's biggest, most prestigious photography competitions, with a big cash prize on offer, and the chance to show your work in London. And it's free to enter.
Former President Alberto Fujimori has finally apologised to Peruvians for the wrongs committed under his government in the 1990s.
A few desperately sick children have been evacuated to hospitals in Damascus from the besieged rebel-held enclave of Eastern Ghouta, but many more remain.