Images from Sri Lanka, where locals are cleaning beaches polluted by debris from a burning cargo ship
Images of the battle against COVID-19 in India over the past few weeks
Images of the widespread damage caused by this once-in-a-generation flooding event
A Reuters photographer recently spent time with researchers who call themselves the “virus hunters,” as they caught and studied bats in the Philippines.
Last month, Myanmar’s military seized power from elected officials, and in recent weeks, protests against the coup have expanded nationwide—and crackdowns have escalated.
Residents are marking the passage of a decade since a magnitude-9.0 earthquake struck off Japan’s northeastern shore—the most powerful earthquake ever recorded to have hit the country.
A recent string of demonstrations against Thailand’s military-backed government continues despite crackdowns by officials.
A few glimpses of mountainous Guizhou and its many residents
Images of the high water and some of the damage it has caused across China over the past few months
Days of unprecedented rainfall have caused rivers to overflow their banks, sweeping away bridges and roads, thereby cutting off many communities.
Scenes from around India during weeks of restrictive pandemic measures
Images from the photojournalist Alexey Malgavko of some of the homeless inhabitants of Omsk, Russia
Images from Wuhan, Beijing, Shanghai, and other locations in China over the past two weeks, as residents continue to cope with COVID-19
Recent scenes from Wuhan, Shanghai, Beijing, and other coronavirus-affected areas, where travel restrictions and quarantine measures have left many streets, parks, and malls deserted.
Several photographers continue to report from Wuhan, China, where streets appear nearly deserted after a quarantine and traffic ban.
Windblown ice and snow build up hulking shapes on the trees atop Mount Zao.
In the Philippines, parts of the landscape near Taal have gone completely gray, covered in a blanket of volcanic ash.
Images of the devastating bushfires in southeastern Australia over the past few weeks, and of those coping with the disaster
Some of the most violent clashes so far of the five-month-old pro-democracy protest movement in Hong Kong took place this past weekend, as riot police stormed the campus of a university where protesters had barricaded themselves.
New Delhi and nearby cities and towns in India are suffering through some of the worst air quality that residents have experienced in years.
Images of the damage and immediate recovery work taking place in Japan after its worst storm in decades
Spectacular karst sandstone formations in Western Australia’s Purnululu National Park
Images of continued unrest on the streets of Hong Kong, some four months into its pro-democracy movement
Thick clouds of smoke and haze are blanketing much of Southeast Asia, due to largely illegal efforts to burn thousands of acres to clear land for farms and palm-oil plantations.
An optical illusion at the Eiffel Tower, a presidential election in Peru, a giant sinkhole in Mexico, a sunrise annular eclipse seen in New York City, a platypus health check in Australia, and much more
Two years of extremely dry weather have driven the levels of California’s reservoirs to near-record lows, and residents, farmers, and fire crews are preparing for a long, dry summer.
Chris McGrath, a photographer with Getty Images, recently spent time in Turkey’s Konya province, where extreme drought conditions have been taking a heavy toll on farmers and the land.
Memorial Day remembrances in the U.S., drought conditions in California, a sinkhole in Mexico, sheepshearing in Germany, a daffodil festival in Austria, and much more