Articles by Alex Wheeler
Getty Images photographer Dan Kitwood has taken portraits of some of the dogs who have were living at the rescue centre over the Christmas period.
A record 5,000 migrants are believed to have drowned in the Mediterranean Sea this year, compared with 3,800 in 2015.
From the historic visit to Cuba to a poignant moment at Pearl Harbor, we look back at the last year of Obama's presidency.
Dressed in festive attire, participants plunge into Europe's bitter waters in what has become a long-standing tradition.
What a wonderful world: International Business Times UK takes you on a photographic trip through 2016
In this gallery, IBTimes UK looks back at the year in four countries ripped apart by conflict: Syria, Iraq, Libya and Yemen.
A motorcycling cat, a mutant pig, and an ear growing on an arm all feature in our round-up of the year's strangest photos.
Ranieri, Lebron and that Mongolian wrestling coach - the most iconic sports photos of 2016 revealed.
From Venice and Rio Carnivals to Burning Man and Oktoberfest, via ancient religious rituals, we look back at the most spectacular celebratory photos of 2016.
The attacks in Brussels, Nice, Orlando and Berlin made the biggest headlines, but terrorists claimed the lives of thousands of people across the world in 2016.
Police have arrested a suspect after 12 people were killed and 48 injured.
IBTimes UK takes a look back at the 100 most iconic news and sports images of 2016.
Thousands of civilians and rebel fighters have left Aleppo in convoys of buses and ambulances in the past 24 hours.
Protests, resignations and Nigel Farage – here are the best (and worst) photos documenting British politics before and after the vote.
From Barbados to Bhutan here are the best photos from the royal family's official tours this year.
IBTimes UK has chosen 16 photographers whose work continually impressed us throughout the year. You can vote for your favourite in the poll at the bottom of this gallery.
Here are some of the funniest photographs and moments from the past 12 months, that most world leaders would rather forget.
Thousands of civilians are still believed to be holed up in a 'hellish corner' of less than a square kilometre of the opposition-held area.
Photographer Scott Audette spent a day with Bing, real name 'Bin Wang', documenting his training regime.
Residents of South Korea welcomed the leader's swift fall from grace amid protests that drew millions into the streets in united fury.