Photographers around the world are invited to submit their work in any or all of four categories: Wildlife, Landscape, Underwater and Aerial.
AFP photographer Fred Dufour took a closer look at the Tianjin Binhai library and discovered that the rows of book spines are just images printed on the backs of shelves.
In 1991, Danish photographer Krass Clement spent three months in Ireland, capturing melancholic, monochromatic photos that take us on a journey through deserted streets on the outskirts of Dublin.
The overnight deluge hit the industrial towns of Nea Peramos and Mandra, about 27km (17 miles) west of Athens, trapping dozens of people in their homes or cars.
The collection includes thousands of biblical texts and artefacts, from fragments of Dead Sea Scrolls and cuneiform tablets to high-tech exhibits and a biblical garden.
Nearly two out of three of 667 business decision-makers surveyed across 69 countries say travel risks have increased in 2017.
Using high-resolution cameras mounted to a stabilising gyro, Jeffrey Milstein leaned out of helicopters over Los Angeles and New York to capture dazzling aerial photos of each city.
A new book – I See a City: Todd Webb's New York – presents American photographer Todd Webb's exploration of New York in the years following World War II.
Award-winning photographer and zoologist Axel Gomille pays homage to the subcontinent's overwhelmingly spectacular natural heritage in his book Wild India.
Finnair wants to gather information on fluctuating passenger weight averages to make better fuel efficiency calculations.
The Waiapi live deep in Brazil's Amazon rainforest. Their way of life is closer to the Stone Age than the 21st century. Yet the modern world is barely a few hours' drive away, and getting closer.
Photographers are invited to enter National Geographic's 2017 Nature Photographer of the Year contest's four categories: Wildlife, Landscape, Underwater and Aerial.
Confusion among airlines as five major long-haul carriers adopt different measures following directive from US officials.
The free annual Sculpture by the Sea exhibition, now in its 21st year, stretches for two kilometres along the coastline and features artworks created by 104 artists.
One person died in the fire which ripped through the traditional Burmese-style teak Kandawgyi Palace Hotel in Yangon before dawn.