Best Picture Galleries of 2016
Drug use is often a symptom of social problems, not the cause. Where there is demand, there will be supply.
Help choose the best microscope images, from a centipede's fearsome poison fangs to dung-dwelling fungi.
Taking archive images, photographer Carl Court revisited the streets of Soho to show the changing face of this vibrant area.
The storm ripped through the Caribbean country on 4 October and has destroyed thousands of homes.
IBTimes UK presents some of the breathtaking images taken by photographer Tom Roe during his journey.
Located in southern Siberia, Lake Baikal is so large it is often mistaken for the sea.
South African police fired stun grenades, rubber bullets and tear gas at rock-throwing students.
The island of Foula is home to huge colonies of seabirds, hundreds of Shetland ponies and about 30 people.
The most dangerous job – climbing to the pinnacle of the tower before the whole thing collapses – is done by a girl as young as five.
These photos of daily in life in Pyongyang are remarkable for just how unremarkable everything seems – on the surface.
Established in 2003, the nine-day-long event celebrates London as the world's design capital.
Most have known only the armed fight against the system. What will happen to them once they are part of the system?
Six million visitors, seven million litres of beer and quite a lot of rain – the world's most famous beer festival got off to a wet start in Munich.
Award-winning photojournalist Kevin Frayer visits a remote village in far western China during the 'feast of the sacrifice'.
Five young girls speak out. Their names have been changed and their faces are hidden to protect their identities.
Burning Man is not for the faint of heart – as the website says: 'The Black Rock Desert is trying its best to kill you'.
The Normandy Tank Museum is closing down and selling off its entire collection at auction.
IBTimes UK takes a look at some of the messiest photos from the food fight so far.
Carnival is one long party, a joyous celebration both of Caribbean culture and of London's extraordinary diversity.
Entire walls collapsed, exposing the interiors of homes like dolls' houses.