Today was a day for people around the world to say, "What now?" There were numerous meetings in Washington, DC and an uncommon number of heads of state seemed to be meeting today.Also, two outdoor sporting events in Spain had problems with the weather--in case you were wondering.View the entire gall
It's not surprising that people around the world have been fascinated by the royal wedding. That level of extravagance and grandeur doesn't come along often. Today's news photo gallery proves that level of attention, even in areas that were once colonized by the British.View gallery as a mosaic.
Chicagoans are finding their own way to celebrate the royal wedding Friday morning.At the Globe Pub in Chicago's North Center neighborhood, it was standing room only. The bar is usually known as a soccer bar, but patrons brought out its romantic side when the doors opened at 4 a.m."
Today the Getty photo service is so inundated with photos of preparations for Prince William's wedding that I'm giving in and devoting today's entire photo gallery to the event. Mind you, this is not because it was the most newsworthy event to happen in the world today- just the most photographed.
Today something incredible happened- many of the most interesting photos taken by Getty photographers were taken in Illinois. From Obama on Oprah to flooding downstate Illinois was very photogenic today.
Today's news photo gallery is marked by variety- Chernobyl protests around Europe, wildfire ruins in Texas, Libyans in the market and royal wedding prep.Learn more about each story by reading the captions or view the whole thing at once as a mosaic.
Getty photographers around the world couldn't resist shooting the rituals of Christians observing Good Friday. From Rome to Mexico to the West Bank processions marked the occasion, though none appears as big as the crowd in Sanaa, Yemen calling for regime change.View all the photos as a mosaic.