Articles by Alex Wheeler
IBTimes UK takes a look at some of the messiest photos from the food fight so far.
The festival gives a unique perspective on the 1666 fire that swept through the capital for four days.
The festival marks the birth of the Hindu deity, Lord Krishna.
Roughly 5,000 people are involved in post-quake operations as the search for survivors continues.
Mummified animals were displayed in cages to keep numbers up but the survivors are off to a better life.
The quake struck at 3:36am and was felt across central Italy.
From mausoleums in Timbuktu to ancient monuments in Palmyra and the Bamiyan Buddha statues in Afghanistan.
Sirte is the militant group's last bastion in the country, having been occupied since 2015.
Turkish President Recep Erdogan said Islamic State was probably behind the attack.
Indonesia become independent from the Netherlands in 1945.
The statue rests 15 metres below sea level, and requires scuba divers to find it.
Californians will be able to vote to repeal or alter the death penalty ruling in the 2016 elections.
The country's 19 'disaster zones' have spread across 23 villages, with 55 landslides and 808 incidents of mine subsidence.
Comfort women were forced into sexual slavery by Japanese military before and during the Second World War.
Place de la Republique's Marianne statue was a colourful, poignant tribute to victims. Not any more.
The blasts come just days before the anniversary of the Erawan Shrine bombing, which killed 20 people and injured over 100.
The multi-venue performing arts centre has been recognised as one of the most distinctive buildings of the 20th century.
Either President Edgar Lungu and Hakainde Hichilema need 50% of votes to win the election.
Three-day celebration of the spirit, power and culture of tribes that have been practised for generations.
During both ceremonies, Shinzo Abe pledged his determination to work toward a world free of nuclear arms.