“We will not be pushed into accepting any old deal, and no deal might very well be better for Canada than a bad deal,” Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said of Nafta in Chicago this month.
The Confederation of Independent Football Associations 2018 World Football Cup match between Abkhazia and Tibet in Enfield, north London.
Kim Jong-un of North Korea in a photo by the official Korean Central News Agency from a performance in Pyongyang on Monday. Some political analysts believe Mr. Kim is prepared to bargain away nuclear weapons to achieve the sort of rapid economic growth seen in China.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull of Australia with Clancy Overell and Errol Parker, the pen names for the founders of the satirical website The Betoota Advocate, at Parliament House in October.
Members of New Zealand’s Parliament voted 63 to 57 on Wednesday to give domestic abuse survivors 10 days paid leave.
Maryam Pougetoux discussing a student protest with colleagues in Paris. When she was was interviewed on French television, her head scarf became the issue, not her views on education.
The BBC’s headquarters in London. The broadcaster has faced a series of challenges over its pay structure.
Hundreds of Jews and non-Jews wore skullcaps during a demonstration against anti-Semitism in Berlin on Wednesday.
A rural property in Western Australia where the police said seven people, including four children, were found dead on Friday from gunshot wounds.
At times, a dart match can seem more like a rowdy frat party than a sporting event. Here, fans celebrate during the World Championship at the Alexandra Palace in London this month.
The lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh with her husband and children in Tehran in 2013, after her release from a previous spell in prison. She has become an international symbol of resistance to restrictive rule in Iran.
Alexander Paulikevitch, a dancer and choreographer, on the roof of his building in Beirut, Lebanon.
A fighter with the Manbij Military Council at a front-line position on the outskirts of Manbij, Syria.
Arabic-language students at the Claude Monet high school in Paris. Here, the teacher opens the lesson by using LinkedIn to show students how many jobs are open to them if they speak Arabic.
The crime novelist Louise Penny makes bad things happen in placid Canadian territory. “I am a killing machine but a happy one,” she said. “I get all my resentments out in my books.”
A view of Dover Heights and neighboring areas of central Sydney, Australia. Housing prices have slipped slightly this year in the city after a steep run-up in recent years.
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