Awareness of the dangers of Beijing's skies is on the rise, thanks to growing data on its air quality. Rising public discontent over the state of the environment has proved a powerful catalyst for change amid signs the government is starting to take the environment seriously. China will "declare war on pollution," Premier Li Keqiang told parliament in an opening address in 2014. A tougher environmental law took effect on January 1 this year.Open this photogallery >
If you really, really, REALLY, like cats you might want to consider moving to the island of Aoshima Island in Japan.
An army of cats rules the remote island in southern Japan, curling up in abandoned houses or strutting about in a fishing village that is overrun with felines outnumbering humans six to one.
We saw the 101 best Ultra Music Festival South Africa Photos by Photographer Rutger Geerling a couple of weeks ago, but in the meanwhile there was another edition. And for this edition the UMF circus set foot on Argentina. In the capital and largest city, Buenos Aires. And Rutger also travelled to Argentina to make some awesome festival shots. And again, we have his 101 best pictures in a gallery. Want to know what Rutger is doing right now? Like his Facebook Page.Open this photogallery >
The Internet is going crazy again. Last week it was because of a dress, this week a picture of a Weasel riding a Green Woodpecker is the cause. An incredible photo by Martin Le-May. Apparently the Woodpecker escaped. Martin Le-May, a hobby photographer in East London, took these photos of a woodpecker and a baby weasel fighting for their lives over Hornchurch Country Park. According to Le-May, he was walking in the park with his wife when they heard, and then saw, the fight unfold. When the bird flew right across them, they could see it had a small mammal on its back – and that’s when he snapped these pictures.Read this topic >
Isn't Google Earth a wonderful tool?
You can go places you've never been before without leaving your own home.
This is a shot of The Boneyard, a cemetery for (military) aircraft, from way up high.
It is estimated 4200 planes, with a total value of $35 billion, are stored here, waiting to be put back into action or broken up for spare parts.
Here's our selection from events from around the world from the past seven days.Open this photogallery >