A mural on the Mexican border in Tijuana tells the stories of people who have been deported from the US.
Bernal rode into the central square of Zipaquira on his bike wearing the Tour's famed yellow jersey
The earthquake caused minor damage in northeastern Taiwan early on Thursday morning as the island braced for the arrival of a severe typhoon
About 180 priests and worshippers then climbed onto the statue to clean and polish it, using brooms and dusters.
The games took place in the Lebanese city of Zahle where men and women strained to find the strength to overcome their opponents for the win
Horses, elephants and even giant goldfish are getting a breather at a circus in Germany after it began trialling holograms.
Local Extinction Rebellion groups have staged non-violent protests worldwide to advocate for action against climate change
Across the city, protesters blocked roads, started fires at police stations and threw a Chinese flag into Victoria Harbour.
A total of 48 teams lined up for the annual 12-hour endurance race staged in West Sussex, England
Looking like a superhero, 40-year-old Franky Zapata completed the 35-kilometer journey in 22 minutes, setting off from the French coastal town of Sangatte to land in Saint Margaret's Bay in Britain.
The boat parade is seen as the 'peak' of Amsterdam Pride.
Police said they used tear gas to disperse the crowd after protesters lit fires outside the Tsim Sha Tsui police station
Demonstrators set up barricades on Saturday in the latest pro-democracy protest
A popular feature of Japan's summer festival calendar got underway on Friday in the northern city of Aomori.
Drivers were taken by surprise on Thursday when a small plane made an emergency landing on a busy four-lane road
The nave of Rochester Cathedral is home to a nine-hole course each including a model of a different type of bridge
Some ten dressed up cats were entered into the annual fashion show to raise awareness for animal rescue and adoption
NOCOMMENT OF THE WEEK: Protests, Bees, balloons and Pandas
Tour guide and professional diver Julio Cesar Castro joined forces with other volunteers to rescue a humpback whale on Monday (July 29) which was trapped in a fishing net near El Nuro beach off the Peruvian coast.
Passengers seated on the bus had to lift up their legs or stand on seats to avoid getting wet.
Crowds gathered to watch chefs craft Mexico's longest-ever "torta" sandwich.