Articles by Alex Wheeler
"Life is about who you marry, not the type of home you live in."
At least one million Iranians have travelled to Iraq to observed Arafat Day in the holy Shia city of Karbala.
Sunday marked the 15th anniversary of the attacks which killed 2,996 people and injured more than 6,000.
The al-Qaeda assault, where 2,996 people died, remains the worst on US soil since Pearl Harbour in 1941.
The ceremony saw groups of dancers dressed in geometric-style patterns, creating spectacular displays.
IBTimesUK presents the winning photographs from all 15 categories.
Efforts are being made to strengthen crowd management following last years stampede, where over 2,000 people died.
Around 3.7 million people make the Hajj pilgrimage each year.
The violence highlights the precariousness of security in the capital just a month before a conference in Brussels where the Afghan government can set out its vision on reform.
At least one million people join in the Labor Day weekend celebration
Tensions among locals have increased after the population of the camp rose to at least 7,000 people.
Around 70,000 people attend the week-long rave in the Nevada desert each year.
The burning of the 120m wooden structure marked the 350th anniversary of The Great Fire of London.
Each photographer has captured a wide range of issues from climate change to sexual assault within the American Military.
Thousands filled the streets of Caracas in the biggest show of force the country has seen in years.
Compagnie Carabosse has built various flaming artworks in conjunction with the London's Burning Festival.
Inside - Artists and Writers in Reading Prison see artists respond to the works of its most infamous inmate.
The underwater performance piece will shown in conjunction with the London's Burning Festival.
The decision to oust Rousseff has become a key chapter in Brazil's political struggle.
70% of residents voted 'out', which ultimately helped Britain secure the result in favour of quitting the EU.