The week's best photos from around the world, from Hurricane Irma and Mexico earthquake to the Rohingya crisis and Australia's same-sex marriage vote.
Spectacular space images from the winners of the Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2017 competition.
After the popular and critical success of his first book, Soviet Bus Stops, Herwig has returned to the former Soviet Union to hunt for more.
Award-winning British photojournalist Dan Kitwood has spent several days in Bangladesh covering the Rohingya refugee crisis. His photos show the scale of the exodus as wave after wave of desperate people arrive by land, river and sea.
Greek authorities have appealed to swimmers to stay away from the beaches in the southern suburbs of Athens after thick black oil began washing up.
Winners and shortlisted images include a mosquito's foot and a skull-shaped tapeworm that latches onto the intestine of its host.
The stock includes a variety of period costumes such as doublets, cloaks, helmets, uniforms, codpieces and bum rolls.
The 45-year-old Agia Zoni II sank while anchored off the coast of the island of Salamina (also known as Salamis), close to Greece's main port of Piraeus.
More than 1,600 exhibitors from over 40 countries are displaying their latest weapons and defence systems at Defence & Security Equipment international (DSEi).
IBTimes UK looks at some of the hottest new cars and wackiest concept vehicles at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show.
Britain's Defence Minister Michael Fallon said his government's effort was "as good as anybody else's". But is it?
A snarling tiger cub, playful brown bears and a tiny seahorse clinging to a cotton bud are among the beautiful photos on this year's shortlist.
Hundreds of thousands of people carrying Esteladas, Catalan pro-independence flags, march through Barcelona on Catalonia's National Day (the 'Diada').
Dan Ziskie's first book, Cloud Chamber, features photographs taken on the streets of Manhattan between 2013 and 2016.
At least 91 people were killed by the massive earthquake that struck off the coast of southern Mexico on Thursday (7 September).
With communication cut to some of the Florida Keys, many are holding their breath for what daylight might reveal.
Seawater penetrated as much as half a kilometre (one-third of a mile) inland in places.
The week's best photos from around the world, from Burning Man and Hurricanes Harvey and Irma to the US Open and World Cup qualifiers.
Irma's winds of around 175mph (290kph) tore down trees, and flattened homes, schools and hotels, destroying some of the world's most exclusive tourist resorts.
Hurricane Irma, one of the most powerful Atlantic storms in a century, is heading directly towards Florida after it lashed the Caribbean.