A choice selection of the week’s most striking images from around the world Rafael Nadal (ESP) waits in the tunnel to enter the court for his fourth round match against Roger Federer in the BNP Par
Europeans have captured their creative side by turning their cameras on themselves for a special selfie contest.
Here is Euronews’ selection of the best images from this week.
Photograph of assassin standing by his lifeless victim in art gallery in Turkey wins prize
The first exhibition to explore the history of the selfie opens at a London art venue this spring.
Genderless Nipples aims to topple 'sexist' social media censorship by challenging people to guess the difference between male and female teats.
Kim Phuc Phan Thi, known to many as "Napalm Girl", has scars treated by laser surgeon in Miami
At the National Portrait Gallery in Canberra, artists are challenging the traditional concept of portraits as paintings or photographs.
The European Oscars Captured on camera for acting in front of the camera – stars of the European silver screen.
Pirelli calendars known for their images of scantily-clad models has made headlines since 1963 and this coming year is no exception, but with a twist.
Unconfirmed reports say the 83-year-old committed suicide. He had denied accusations that he had raped some of his young teenage models in the past.
Each of the 60-plus photos on display tell a unique story about extraordinary charity and business-projects from the frontline in Donbas.
Street artist and video-mapping aficionado Julien Nonnon illuminates buildings and facades of the city of Paris with his talent.
*James Nachtwey is one of the greatest photographers of our time.
An intrepid photographer’s picture of an endangered Bornean orangutan high above the Indonesian rainforest has won a prestigious prize.
The Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao is displaying some fifty paintings by Francis Bacon, including works rarely seen in public before, alongside those of Spanish and French masters who influenced his work
The World Press Photo exhibition has opened in Budapest’s Museum of Ethnography.