A selection of photographs, covering topics from the royal family and Donald Trump to fires and floods around the world.
Zombies, Weeping Angels and White Walkers mingle with superheroes and aliens at San Diego's annual Comic-Con.
Rescue authorities said a Swedish man and a Turkish man died in the collapse at the White Corner Club when the quake struck.
Students and activists have cut down trees and dragged rubbish and furniture into the streets to form barriers.
Operation Dynamo saw some 338,000 British, French and Belgian soldiers rescued between 27 May 27 and 3 June 1940.
More than 2,200 firefighters on the ground and in the air have contained just seven percent of the Detwiler Fire.
When 74-year-old widow Khim Hang spotted a calf near her home, she knew it was her reincarnated husband Tol Khut.
A dispute over metal detectors at Jerusalem's Noble Sanctuary-Temple Mount compound is escalating into a new showdown between Israel and the Muslim world.
The 2,000 residents of the town of Mariposa, in the Sierra Nevada mountains southwest of Yosemite, were ordered to flee as the Detwiler Fire approached.
Nick Hannes won the Documentary series with a project featuring the culture of the elite in Dubai, while Lissa Rivera's striking portraits of her non-binary partner explore contemporary notions of gender.
Sandra Müller's book Dog People features 83 creative portraits that answer the question: "What kind of person would this dog be?"
In Kyar Gaung Taung village, the journalists insisted on speaking to villagers away from security forces, and allegations of abuses by troops emerged almost immediately.
Montenegro has asked for international help, but Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic said he might consider EU help "if necessary".
The new medium of photojournalism brought horrifying images of the conflict into homes around the world.
Pugs dressed as superheroes and celebrities stole hearts at PugFest 2017, held at Salford''s MediaCity
Dramatic black-and-white photos of the world's biggest cycling race, Tour de France 2017.
"Of all the wars I have covered in various countries, Mosul has been the worst."
The brains were preserved by heavy rains seeping into bullet holes in their skulls, turning them into a soap-like substance.
Pioneering photographer Eadweard Muybridge created early time lapse photos of humans and animals walking, running and jumping.
The Fiesta de San Fermin is not just about the running of the bulls; it is a religious festival and a celebration of Basque folklore and tradition.