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Image copyright                  Reuters Image caption                                      "Significant" damage was caused to the building                                Five people have been arrested over a fire at crime laboratories in Brussels that officials believe may have been started to destroy forensic evidence. Prosecutor's spokeswoman Ine Van Wymersch said a car rammed through fences, leading to an explosion and a la

Image copyright Reuters Image caption "Significant" damage was caused to the building Five people have been arrested over a fire at crime laboratories in Brussels that officials believe may have been started to destroy forensic evidence. Prosecutor's spokeswoman Ine Van Wymersch said a car rammed through fences, leading to an explosion and a la

Our selection of some of the best news photographs taken around the world this week.                    Image copyright                  Chritstian Charisus / EPA                  Image caption                     German Chancellor Angela Merkel tested a pair of virtual reality goggles with US President Barack Obama at the industrial technology trade fair in Hanover. The US president was on a two-day visit to Germany.                     Image copyright                  Pete

Our selection of some of the best news photographs taken around the world this week. Image copyright Chritstian Charisus / EPA Image caption German Chancellor Angela Merkel tested a pair of virtual reality goggles with US President Barack Obama at the industrial technology trade fair in Hanover. The US president was on a two-day visit to Germany. Image copyright Pete

Image copyright                  Frederick Bernas                  Image caption                     Hugo Suarez became a collector of film projectors more by accident than by design   When Hugo Suarez Fiat arrived at the workshop where he was repairing a classic car one Saturday morning in 2003, an unexpected discovery awaited him. Mr Suarez, a lawyer by trade and a mechanic by hobby, planned to inspect the paint job of a Ford Custom Convertible that he wa

Image copyright Frederick Bernas Image caption Hugo Suarez became a collector of film projectors more by accident than by design When Hugo Suarez Fiat arrived at the workshop where he was repairing a classic car one Saturday morning in 2003, an unexpected discovery awaited him. Mr Suarez, a lawyer by trade and a mechanic by hobby, planned to inspect the paint job of a Ford Custom Convertible that he wa

Image copyright                  Other                  Image caption                     The fast-moving wildfire has already destroyed a number of homes   A huge wildfire has forced the evacuation of tens of thousands of people from the city of Fort McMurray in central Canada, officials say. The blaze has destroyed a number of homes, dropping ash on the streets of the city in the province of Alberta. Fleeing residents have caused gridlock on the main road

Image copyright Other Image caption The fast-moving wildfire has already destroyed a number of homes A huge wildfire has forced the evacuation of tens of thousands of people from the city of Fort McMurray in central Canada, officials say. The blaze has destroyed a number of homes, dropping ash on the streets of the city in the province of Alberta. Fleeing residents have caused gridlock on the main road

Image copyright                  Reuters                                                                          Image caption                                      Nubes de tormenta amenazan a la economía en 2017.                                A primera vista, y sin bola de cristal, el panorama económico global de 2017 luce problemático, por usar un adjetiv

Image copyright Reuters Image caption Nubes de tormenta amenazan a la economía en 2017. A primera vista, y sin bola de cristal, el panorama económico global de 2017 luce problemático, por usar un adjetiv

Image copyright                  Getty Images                  Image caption                     The Great Barrier Reef is the world’s largest living structure and can be seen from space.   Evidence that Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is experiencing its worst coral bleaching on record has renewed calls for the UN to list it as “in-danger”. The National Coral Bleaching Taskforce says 95% of reefs from Cairns to Papua New Guinea are n

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption The Great Barrier Reef is the world’s largest living structure and can be seen from space. Evidence that Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is experiencing its worst coral bleaching on record has renewed calls for the UN to list it as “in-danger”. The National Coral Bleaching Taskforce says 95% of reefs from Cairns to Papua New Guinea are n

Image copyright                  AFP                  Image caption                     Japanese artist Megumi Igarashi smiled outside the Tokyo courtroom after being acquitted   A Japanese court has found an artist not guilty for displaying a kayak based on the shape of her vagina. The judge ruled that Megumi Igarashi’s brightly-coloured kayak sculpture did not immediately suggest female anatomy. However, she was fined 400,000 yen ($3,700) after a ju

Image copyright AFP Image caption Japanese artist Megumi Igarashi smiled outside the Tokyo courtroom after being acquitted A Japanese court has found an artist not guilty for displaying a kayak based on the shape of her vagina. The judge ruled that Megumi Igarashi’s brightly-coloured kayak sculpture did not immediately suggest female anatomy. However, she was fined 400,000 yen ($3,700) after a ju

Image copyright                  AP   North Korea has released a new set of photos of Kim Jong-un and party and military leaders. It’s not the first time it has done so, but it comes at the end of a rare party congress. The BBC spoke to North Korea expert Michael Madden about what the pictures tell us. That retouching debate The image of Kim Jong-un is arguably unflattering, showing him ruddy faced and with nicotine-stained teeth.                   Im

Image copyright AP North Korea has released a new set of photos of Kim Jong-un and party and military leaders. It’s not the first time it has done so, but it comes at the end of a rare party congress. The BBC spoke to North Korea expert Michael Madden about what the pictures tell us. That retouching debate The image of Kim Jong-un is arguably unflattering, showing him ruddy faced and with nicotine-stained teeth. Im

Image copyright                  AP                  Image caption                     The increase in the number of swine flu cases prompted the government to bring forward the vaccination campaign from June to the end of April   The health ministry in Brazil says 230 people have been killed by swine flu this year – more than six times the number for the whole of 2015. More than 70 deaths were registered in the last week alone, officials said.  A nat

Image copyright AP Image caption The increase in the number of swine flu cases prompted the government to bring forward the vaccination campaign from June to the end of April The health ministry in Brazil says 230 people have been killed by swine flu this year – more than six times the number for the whole of 2015. More than 70 deaths were registered in the last week alone, officials said. A nat

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