Pieces of an Israeli F-16 that crashed in northern Israel on Saturday after coming under antiaircraft fire. The pilot ejected, according to a military spokesman.
United States F-22 stealth fighter jets above Syria, where the prospect of Russian military forces and American troops colliding has long been feared as the Cold War adversaries take opposing sides in the country’s seven-year civil war.
A memorial at the Elgar Petersen Arena, home to the Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team, in Humboldt, Saskatchewan, on Sunday.
Prime Minister Leo Varadkar of Ireland apologized on Wednesday to 126 people who were adopted between 1946 and 1969 under falsified birth certificates, saying that the revelation opened “another dark chapter” in Irish history.
Pedestrians walking in the heat near Tokyo Station on Friday.
A protest in Tel Aviv this month against the new law, which has been advanced as flagship legislation of the most right-wing and religious governing coalition in Israel’s 70-year history.
A prison inmate on leave killed three people, including two police officers, in the Belgian city of Liège on Tuesday.
Feeding Champa, the older of two chimpanzees rescued from a smuggling operation. By the time they arrived in Kathmandu, Nepal, from Nigeria, they had lost nearly half their body weight.
A Danish inventor, Peter Madsen, has been convicted of killing Ms. Wall, a Swedish journalist, on a submarine he built.
A former Special Forces officer, Capt. Dan Quinn, was relieved of his command and pulled from Afghanistan after fighting with an Afghan militia commander for keeping a boy as a sex slave.
A Baduy tribesman in Banten, Indonesia, in 2015. The Baduy follow one of Indonesia’s hundreds of traditional beliefs systems, known generally as aliran kepercayaan.
Palestinian protesters tried to take down a section of the border fence between Israel and Gaza on Friday.
A clash with protesters in Kiev, Ukraine, in 2015. A hand grenade that day killed four police officers and wounded 141 people.
Shiran Abukasis (center), 30, and Julia Klein (center right), 24, jump into the pool during their wedding party, in Hadera, Israel last month.
A photo of the B-24 bomber called Heaven Can Wait, to which Second Lt. Thomas V. Kelly Jr. was assigned, taken in 1943, the year before it was shot down off Papua New Guinea. Research by the Kelly family located the United States Army Air Force photo and hundreds of other documents.
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