Social media users responded with a cacophony of "reflective" memes, comments and thoughts on President's Day, taunting Donald Trump over his first year in office.
Julian Lopez was participating in a bullfight at the La Santamaria bullring in Bogota when the incident happened.
Syrian, Afghan and Iraqi refugees injured by pensioner in knife attack outside church in Heilbronn, Denmark.
Swastikas drawn on Polish embassy in Tel Aviv, Israel, after Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki says Jews were among perpetrators of the Holocaust.
Linda Wenzel joined Isis aged 15 after being groomed online. Iraqi troops captured her hiding in the rubble of Mosul last summer as they liberated the city.
"His implosion will be spectacular. It's starting," one Twitter user wrote.
The pair Pyry ("Snowfall") and Lumi ("Snow") in Finnish had been kept under quarantine.
The Russian delegation at the Pyeongchang Olympics has announced that one of its athletes has failed a drug test.
A 300-year-old "sex manual" that was banned until the 1960s due to its shocking content featuring magic and myth, is set to be sold in auction next month.
Misleading pictures spread after the premiere of the movie, which has been widely celebrated for the performances of its almost entirely black cast.
Actors' union Equity is reportedly looking at new simulated sex guidelines that would create new rules around the "mixing of saliva" during kissing scenes.
Harry Potter actor Emma Watson has reportedly donated a whopping £1m to an anti-harassment campaign set up to be "a catalyst for change" around the world.
A charity linked with soon-to-be British royalty, Meghan Markle, has been tied to a scandal in Haiti which saw aid workers exchanging food and cash reserves for sex.
Inventor Peter Madsen allegedly texted submarine murder plot ideas days before killing journalist Kim Wall on board Nautilus in Copenhagen, Denmark.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May says ideology and doctrine should not stand in the way of continued EU-UK security cooperation after Brexit.
The pilot of the Transavia Airlines flight decided to make the unscheduled stop in Vienna after a fight broke out in mid-air.
Michel Fourniret revealed that he killed Leeds University student Joanna Parrish and Marie-Ange Domece, a mentally handicapped teen who went missing in 1988.