Many of those who have been dancing to LCD Soundsystem and Chvrches are heading home – or at least to the nearest shower.
London, New York City and San Francisco were among the cities taking part in the annual LGBT festivities.
Revellers awoke to find that Britain had voted to leave the EU and that David Cameron would be resigning.
Carnage came to world markets on 24 June, after the British public voted to leave the EU.
If put in place, new labour law would make it easier for employers in France to hire and fire their staff.
Located in Kediri, East Java, the boarding school is home to around 17,000 students.
Social media users have made a poignant stand against the LGBT-targeted attack.
Tributes from all over the world are being paid to the three-time world heavyweight boxing champion.
Founder's Day commemorates King Charles II escaping from parliamentary forces after the Battle of Worcester.
Progress is being made in Iraq and Syria, as troops close in on the militant group.
With walls peppered with bullet holes the Darul Aman is a symbol of failed attempts to bring peace to Kabul.
Over 16,000 personal items belonging to the victims of the Nazi death camp, Auschwitz-Birkenau, are being returned to the Auschwitz museum memorial.
Many Peruivians are demanding that the ballots are recounted in support of Popular Force leader Keiko Fujimori.
Waves reaching a height of 5m crashed along the east coast forcing residents to flee.
The River Seine burst its banks earlier in the week and has since reached a record height of 8.6 metres - the highest it has been in nearly 35 years.
The militant group uses tunnels to approach, appear and escape the front line, in order to reduce their casualties.
The rally saw Donald Trump delighting his supporters, vowing to build a wall along the US border and have Mexico pay for it.
The al-Qaeda-affiliated militant group remains a threat to Somalia and neighbouring Kenya and Uganda.
Emergency services were called out 4,500 times to assist with evacuations on 30 and 31 May 2016.
Gotthard Base Tunnel: World's longest and deepest railway line takes passengers through Alps in 17 minutes
At 35.5 miles long, the Swiss railway line will speed passengers and cargo by rail under the mountain chain that divides Europe's north and south.
Her father was imprisoned for corruption and human rights abuses making her ties with him an issue for voters.
Princess Anne, Nicole Sturgeon and David Cameron were among those paying their respects.
Battle for Fallujah: War photos of Iraqi forces surrounding Isis militants holed up in besieged city
Fallujah was first Iraq city to fall under IS control in 2014 and has been besieged for more than six months.
Iraqi troops have launched a final attack to recapture the city which fell to Isis in January 2014.
Protests lead by CGT bring workers and students together in a bid to make their voices heard.
Obama has become the first sitting US president to visit Hiroshima 71 years after the world's first atomic bomb was dropped on the city by US military.
US President Barack Obama is set to become first sitting US President to visit Hiroshima on 27 May.
The holy day symbolises their belief in the body and the blood of Jesus Christ, and his Real Presence in the Eucharist.
The 176 year-old stamps are so rare that they are taken under armed escort in a specially designed case with shock alarms and sensors.
The Expropriated Bank had been used by squatters since 2011 and was largely ignored by its owners.