Articles by Alex Wheeler
In this gallery, IBTimesUK shows the dresses – and drama – from the glamorous ceremony.
A selection of photographs, covering a variety of topics from current events to animals, weather and travel.
Storm Doris swept through the UK on 23 February, causing major disruption to travel.
The area has been home to demonstrators for nearly a year as they tried to prevent the Dakota Access Pipeline from being built.
The exhibition, held at Kensington Palace, traces the evolution of Diana's style from glamorous evening gowns to chic Catherine Walker suits.
After years of covering war in Iraq and Afghanistan, Magnum Photographer Peter van Agtmael explores everyday life in the US, as a way of understanding his experiences and his country.
In this gallery, IBTimesUK presents a list of the top ten oldest and youngest world leaders:
Rallies took place in nine US cities in the latest round of demonstrations to express displeasure with Trump.
Retired policeman Arturo Lascanas said he was one of the ringleaders of the "death squad" that began operating when Rodrigo Duterte became mayor of the city in 1988.
The famine comes as a result of a prolonged civil war and an entrenched economic crisis that has devastated the East African nation.
The protests have added to the long line of demonstrations that have been held across the US – and the world, since Trump's presidency began.
A selection of photographs from around the world, covering a variety of topics from current events to animals, weather and travel.
"Day Without Immigrants" shows emigres' vital role in the US after President Trump's controversial ban.
A three-day mourning against the terrorist act on the shrine of Lal Shahbaz Qalandar will be observed across Sindh.
Refugees homes in the Jabalia refugee camp in the northern Gaza Strip were inundated as a storm system lashed the region.
House was struck is said to belong to Mohammad al-Nakaya, a tribal chief allied with Yemen's Houthi movement.
Located in India's eastern state of Odisha, Rushikulya Beach is one of three mass nesting sites for the turtles, followed by the coasts of Mexico and Costa Rica.
Over 1,000 people have been evacuated and 11 properties have been destroyed, as the wildfire continues to threaten the country's third largest city.
Protesters in the 18th District in northern Paris set piles of rubbish on fire in the streets while riot police threw tear gas canisters, which were thrown back at them.
Reuters photographer Afolabi Sotunde's images of derelict buildings highlight how the textile industry has suffered in the country's first recession in 25 years.