Articles by Alex Wheeler
A three-day mourning against the terrorist act on the shrine of Lal Shahbaz Qalandar will be observed across Sindh.
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.
Estranged for years from his relatives, the 45-year-old gambler and playboy Kim Jong-nam played a key role in the dynasty that has ruled for three generations since North Korea's foundation in 1948.
Four French police officers accused of using excessive force including raping male suspect with baton.
French diver Gabriel Barathieu has been named as this year's winner, triumphing over 4500 underwater pictures entered from 67 different countries.
The Yanshui Beehive Fireworks Festival is an annual tradition held on the 15th day after the beginning of the Lunar New Year.
The carnival madness first began in the 11th century as a period of excess before the rigours of Lent, the 40 days of fasting that traditionally precede Easter.
The event was hosted by James Corden and saw performances from Adele, Beyonce, Lady Gaga and Metallica.
Festival begins on first full moon day in the Nepali Poush month and ends on the next full moon day a month later.
Volunteers worked to try to rescue the pilot whales but most died quickly after being beached.
Its closure would have resulted in over 200,000 people having to return to war-torn Somalia.
Thaipsuam is a celebration dedicated to the HIndu god of war, Lord Murugan, and is held over a two-day period.
US soldiers have begun relocating throughout the region to train with European allies in Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Romania.
Conservation team moved 16 bison from a protected herd in Alberta to Panther Valley, where they remain under observation until summer 2018.
Highlights include an articulated iron manikin from the 1500s, an animatronic baby from Japan and one of the first walking bipedal robots.
Presented as a chronological overview, this traces Hockney's development from his time as a student up to his recent success at the Royal Academy and beyond.