AP’s Daily Life series is a visual exploration of imagery from around the globe.
Photos by Esteban Felix Nicaragua’s normally sleepy northern Caribbean coast in recent weeks has erupted in deadly clashes between Miskito Indians and settlers from the country’s west.
Photos by Felipe Dana and Leo Correa Rock in Rio is one of the largest music festivals in the world and has reoccurred in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for the past 30 years.
Professional basketball players and coaches gathered recently across the country for NBA Media Day, an event that marks the coming of the 2015-16 NBA season.
Photos by Vadim Ghirda More than 250 cats, from Devon Rex kittens to Maine Coon cats, entered Romania’s international cat show which took place in the capital city of Bucharest.
Photos by Vincent Yu and Kin Cheung A year ago, Hong Kong’s famously busy streets were shut down by pro-democracy activists who occupied them for 79 days in what became known as the “Umbrella Movement.”
Photos by Dario Lopez-Mills The convoy of gunmen fanned out across the southern Mexico municipality of Cocula before dawn. Some carried names and blasted their way into homes. Others simply swept up whoever crossed their paths. Seventeen people vanished from Cocula on that single day, July 1, 2013 — more than a year before the disappearanceContinue reading “Mexico’s Other Disappeared”
For 14 years, AP correspondent Nicole Winfield has covered the Vatican, a firsthand witness to papal practices, seeing a side of Francis that few have glimpsed over his travels to South America, Asia, Europe and the Middle East.
Flag-waving crowds have given color to campaigning for Sunday’s regional parliamentary elections in Catalonia.
This past week, three Associated Press photo editors based in Mexico City – Anita Baca, Leslie Mazoch, and Tomas Stargardter – took over our Instagram feed to share photos and anecdotes related to Pope Francis’ historic trip to Cuba.
Photos by Amel Emric Some 50 residents of the Bosnian village of Lukomir live their lives and celebrate their holidays far above the turmoil of the modern world, protected by the remoteness of their home atop the Bjelasnica mountain.
As India’s capital struggles with its worst outbreak of dengue fever in five years, officials threatened Wednesday to cancel private hospitals’ licenses if they turn away patients.
Photos by Mosa’ab Elshamy More than 2 million Muslims on Tuesday started the first rites of the annual hajj in Saudi Arabia, one of the world’s largest pilgrimages that draws people from different countries to the holy city of Mecca to perform a series of rituals and prayers aimed at erasing past sins.
Each month The Associated Press management honors photographers for outstanding photo coverage while on assignment.
Photos by Petros Giannakouris It’s a small step in a long and uncertain escape from civil war and the Islamic State in Syria and difficult circumstances in other nations — but perhaps one of the most emotional.
Photos by Ben Curtis One dog being trained to track poachers in a Rwandan national park is nicknamed “Machine” because of his reputed stamina on a trail. Another dog is known as “Professor” because of his seemingly analytical approach when following a scent.
Photos by Cris Toala Olivares Tears roll over Maria Rosa Mendoza’s cheeks as she turns away from Cotopaxi.
Photos by Julie Yoon Just after the U.S. Supreme Court legalized nationwide same-sex marriage, tens of thousands of people gathered in front of Seoul’s city hall to show their support.