Participants clad in traditional "happi" coats carry and swing "mikoshi," a portable shrine, to the left and right in the Tenno-sai festival at Susanoo Shrine in Tokyo Saturday, June 4,
A green sea turtle was released into the sea Thursday, more than one month after it was rescued from a tangled driftnet in waters off Keelung.
Martin Sonka of the Czech Republic (dark blue plane) leads Nigel Lamb of Great Britain (yellow) and Yoshihide Muroya of Japan (silver) along Mount Fuji prior to the third stage of the Red Bull Air Race World Championship in Chiba, Japan on Wednesday, June 1.
In this photo, Pakistani youths cool off in a stream during a heatwave on the outskirts of Islamabad, Pakistan on April 29. Pakistan's Meteorological Department has forecast hot and dry weather in most parts of the country with the highest temperatures expected at 41 Celsius in the southern province of Sindh.
An opposition supporter wears a headdress of plastic oranges, the party color, as he and others attend a rally of opposition leader Raila Odinga to commemorate Madaraka Day,........
A British goldfish named Nemo is recovering well after the beloved pet's owners paid ￡200 (US$291) for a rare operation to remove a tumor at a hospital 200 kilometers from their home
Competitors tumble down Coopers Hill in pursuit of a round Double Gloucester cheese during an annual cheese rolling competition near the village of Brockworth, Gloucester, in western England on Monday, May 30. The annual competition involves competitors chasing an eight pound Double Gloucester cheese down a steep hill. The slope has a gradient in places of 1-in-2 and in others 1-in-1. Its surface is very rough and uneven and it is almost impossible to remain on foot for the descent. The winner of the downhill race wins the cheese.
In an online sensation, police officers across the U.S. are dancing an updated version of the running man to a catchy 1990s hip hop song in videos that have included professional sports mascots, cheerleading squads and at least one explosion.
Antique cars rust under the fierce Cyprus sun beside vintage motorcycles and gutted trucks, stranded for four decades on the wrong side of a dividing line that didn't exist when they were parked.
Dozens of people in one of the world's most wired nations took part Sunday in South Korea's "space-out" competition aimed at promoting a life free from stress and information overload.