Hundreds of "Pokemon Go" fans gathered in Yokohama, southwest of Tokyo, on Sunday to join an annual Pikachu parade as the global phenomenon soars in popularity.
U.S. President Barack Obama, accompanied by first lady Michelle Obama, waves from Air Force One before departure at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland, Saturday, Aug. 6. The Obamas are traveling to Martha's Vineyard for their final vacation as first family.
In this artist's rendering, senior religious official Zulkifli Mohamad al-Bakri, left, is surrounded by Pokemon characters. Islamic leaders in Kuala Lumpur said Friday, Aug. 5 that Muslims should avoid playing "Pokemon Go" because the popular mobile game was harmful and could "lead to gambling."
A fort destroyed in the Revolutionary War is again fending off attacks -- this time from "Pokemon Go" players.
The region of Galicia wants independence from Spain -- and its white wines certainly have their own voice.
Like dozens of other couples who got married this summer in the isolated Gaza Strip, for Saed and Falasteen Abu Aser, their wedding was an elaborately planned celebration, complete with a procession through the streets of their neighborhood.
Canoes slide through a narrow river, dodging branches and trees for more than four hours to reach a tiny village deep in the Amazon jungle of western Brazil.
Former Russian paratroopers cool themselves in a fountain while celebrating Paratroopers Day in a fountain in Moscow, Russia, Tuesday, Aug. 2. Russian Paratroopers' Forces celebrate the 86th anniversary of the establishment of Russia's airborne forces.
In this July 29, photo, a cowboy playfully threatens to dunk a younger boy into a water trough, during an improvised rodeo event at a farm in Sancti Spiritus, central Cuba. In the flat grasslands in the central province of Sancti Spiritus, a group of neighboring cattle ranchers founded a non-governmental organization called Future Ranchers more than a decade ago to revive Cuba's rodeo culture, which dates back centuries to Spanish colonial times.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Monday directed state authorities to prevent nearly 3,000 registered sex offenders now on parole from playing "Pokemon Go" in an effort to safeguard children who play.