Massive, colorful ice sculptures light up the night in the frigid northern city of Harbin, China.
At least 222 people have reportedly been killed along Indonesia’s Sunda Strait by a tsunami, likely triggered by an eruption of the Anak Krakatau volcano.
Authorities in Allahabad, India, are expecting approximately 100 million visitors over the 48-day Ardh Kumbh Mela festival starting on January 15, 2019, and 22 temporary pontoon bridges are being built to handle the traffic.
A mock prison facility in South Korea has been locking up paying “inmates” for brief stays in simple cells since 2013.
As time passes, the scale of the disaster is becoming clearer. Rescuers and aid supplies are finally reaching some of the more inaccessible and devastated areas near Palu.
On September 28, a magnitude 7.5 earthquake struck Indonesia’s Sulawesi island, triggering a localized tsunami, killing hundreds.
Images of the immediate effects of the monster storm in the Philippines, Hong Kong, and parts of southeastern China
Yesterday, to mark its 70th birthday, North Korea held a military parade, put on a massive show with its first “mass games” in five years, and finished with a torchlight parade.
Yesterday, the most powerful typhoon to hit Japan in 25 years tore through the western part of the country with heavy rain and violent winds.
India’s southern state of Kerala is suffering its worst flooding in a century, with more than one million people displaced, and more than 400 reported deaths in the past two weeks.
Fiona Goodall, a photographer working with Getty Images, recently visited the tiny South Pacific island nation of Tuvalu, a country battling rising sea levels with limited resources.
On the Indonesian island of Lombok, near Bali, at least 250 deaths and many hundreds of injuries have been reported, and tens of thousands have been left homeless.
For years, photographers have traveled across Russia finding and photographing intriguing ghost towns, empty Soviet factories, toppling houses, and crumbling churches.
A spectacular festival of handheld fireworks that dates back more than 350 years
Over the weekend, sustained heavy rainfall hit parts of western and central Japan, causing flash flooding, setting off landslides, and submerging floodplains.
In northern Thailand, hundreds of rescue workers have been searching for a group of 12 boys and their coach lost in a cave. They found them alive after days of being trapped underground, but getting them out won’t be easy.
Life in the Shamlapur refugee camp for Rohingyas in Bangladesh, where Clodagh Kilcoyne, a Reuters photographer, photographed refugees who have found unofficial work in the fishing industry
In north central Mongolia, the Dukha people have lived a nomadic life with their reindeer herds for generations—today, that way of life is under pressure.
Athletes have gathered in Pyeongchang, South Korea, one more time for the 2018 Paralympic Winter Games.
A look at some of the final events of the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea.
A look at some of the competition from the first days of the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea.
Scenes of the spectacular performances, fireworks, official proclamations, and the parade of nations that just took place in Pyeongchang Olympic Stadium in South Korea, signaling the start of the 2018 Winter Olympic Games.
Before the Opening Ceremony, a collection of images of the preparation and training in Pyeongchang over the past several weeks.
Reuters photographer Kim Hong-Ji visited the derelict Alps Ski Resort in Goseong County, that, after operating for most of the 20th century, shut down in 2006 when too few skiers made the trip into the mountains.
Some of the top images from the 16 categories of underwater photography in this year’s competition
A look at the construction of Beijing Daxing International Airport, a massive new transportation facility set to open later this year
Teachers on strike in Los Angeles, “Kiss a Ginger Day” in Ireland, a terror attack in Nairobi, fashion shows in Berlin and Paris, the “No Pants Subway Ride” in New York, and much more
On January 7, a group of 334 competitors began the 41st annual Dakar Rally: a punishing 10-day, 3,000-mile race across the Peruvian desert.