Saturday, January 3, 2015
When Chinese President Xi Jinping stepped on to the airport tarmac in Australia's smallest state Tasmania he was presented with a purple-colored fluffy toy called Bobbie.
In Madrid airport's bustling fourth terminal, Edu's trolley is loaded with suitcases, but he won't be checking them in. Unlike the thousands of Christmas travelers, he is not flying anywhere.
Friday, January 2, 2015
Revelers crowded New York's Times Square and converged on the beaches of Brazil and skyscrapers of Dubai to say good riddance to a turbulent 2014 marred by terror woes, Ebola outbreaks and a horrific series of airline disasters.
“Foul!” yells Lewis Dediare from his bicycle before brandishing a red card in the face of a dumbfounded delivery driver.
Thursday, January 1, 2015
Australia's biggest city was Wednesday preparing to lead the world in welcoming the New Year with spectacular fireworks over Sydney Harbour, defying terrorist fears days after a deadly siege.
The resplendent Christmas display of dolls and teddy bears in the window of the Asi toy store is a hallmark of the holiday season on Madrid's Gran Via, one of the Spanish capital's busiest shopping streets.
A “Zombie Nativity” scene in a southwest Ohio suburb was still undead Tuesday, past the deadline to remove it.
Wednesday, December 31, 2014
Madrid is famed worldwide for its wild nightlife — but locals say recession, unemployment and higher sales tax are changing partying habits in the Spanish capital.
Tuesday, December 30, 2014
A group of Christians gathered in an apartment above a Beijing dental surgery, the atmosphere jubilant as a choir belted out carols on Christmas Eve — but the curtains stayed tightly closed.