Sir Bruce Forsyth, one of Britain's best-loved entertainers, has died at the age of 89. IBTimes UK looks back at his life and career in pictures.
Panel puts forward 50 photographers who have graduated from a UK photography or lens-based media degree course in the last three years.
Prince William and Kate Middleton sixth wedding anniversary: Beautiful photos of the royal couple's life together
From the royal wedding – and that famous kiss on the balcony – to children, here are plenty of beautiful images recording the couple's life together.
Royal Photographic Society: Open call to applicants for 2017 bursaries for photographers and students
The RPS is issuing four funding opportunities available to support photographers across still photography and moving image.
Some 4,000 aboriginal people and supporters took part in the protest that focused on land boundaries for indigenous reservations.
As his 100th day in office approaches, IBTimes UK rounds up the 100 best (or worst) photos of President Donald J Trump.
World Penguin Day aims is to raise awareness of the plight of some penguins and highlighting the importance of protecting the Antarctic's marine environment.
The protests were a response to centrist Emmanuel Macron of Le Marche taking the lead, with Marine Le Pen, leader of the far right Front National coming second.
Categories this year included a wide range of topics from Architecture to the Natural World, Portraiture and Landscape, with entries from from 183 countries.
Recent heavy rains have endangered residents in dozens of provincial towns, where makeshift construction on the slopes of the Andes makes neighbourhoods particularly susceptible to landslides and flooding.
The ten winning photographers were selected from over 227,000 entries, from 183 countries, with the judges looking for the best photographic series.
Regnier's series of portraits will be showing at the Bronx Documentary Center until 4 June 2017.
Three people were killed during the demonstrations, as hundreds of thousands of protesters stormed the streets of Caracas and other Venezuelan cities to denounce President Nicholas Maduro.
More than a million refugees arrived in Europe in 2015, landing in Greece from Turkey and then streaming through the Balkans, heading north to Germany or Austria.
The suicide bombing hit buses of evacuees from al-Foua and Kefraya, killing more than 60 children.
The Republican People's Party called for the vote to be annulled citing irregularities including an electoral board decision to accept ballots that didn't bear official stamps.
The opening ceremony comes after China urged North Korea to halt its nuclear programme in exchange for greater protection from Beijing.
With over four floors of displays from the world's most prestigious automakers, the event featured the newest vehicles and latest concept cars, with nearly 1,000 cars and trucks on display.
Palm Sunday commemorates the day Christians believe Jesus entered Jerusalem and was welcomed as the messiah only to be crucified five days later.
Getty Images photographer Roberto Schmidt photographed Thai women as they approach their ordination at a temple in Bangkok.
In pictures: Bizarre army lottery in Thailand where transgender women must prove they're not faking it
Thai men can volunteer to serve in the army for six months or enter a lottery that can mean exemption or two years' service. Transgender women are forced to undergo embarrassing examinations.
Clashes broke out after authorities cordoned off a square where opponents had planned their latest protest against the autocratic government.
With its red telephone boxes and double decker buses, Gibraltar remains an outpost of Britishness at the tip of Spain.
Miners sift through hundreds of kilos of sand and clay, gathering roughly a quarter of a gram of gold dust.
Photo London will be held at Somerset House from 18 -21 May 2017, showcasing work from the world's leading galleries.
The exhibition, which opens 22 July 2017, is held in conjunction with the 2017 Summer Opening of Buckingham Palace.
Crew members abroad the 'Golfo Azzurro', the rescue vessel of the Spanish aid organisation Proactiva Open Arms, spotted two overcrowded rubber boats floating at sea in the early hours of Saturday (1 April)
Floodwaters engulf towns in Queensland and New South Wales, forcing tens of thousands of people to evacuate
The exhibition will be on show at Michael Hoppen Gallery, London from 6 April-20 May 2017.
Early Magnum: On & In New York combines classic 1950s images by Magnum members with archival pictures from its NYC office.