The actor says images of his children being made public could put their lives in danger. from: BBC News
Opened in 1979, Flipper’s Roller Boogie Palace was a place for children and celebrities alike to skate. from: BBC News
Sarah Jayne Dunn, who plays Mandy in the TV soap, refused to stop offering photo subscriptions.
Colorful protests outside the G20 meetings, and in them, exchanges between world leaders. From: New York Times
The show made household names of John Nettles and brought a tourism boom to the island of Jersey.
This is what it looks in La Palma, where the most powerful volcanic eruption in half a century has upended life for islanders. From: New York Times
from: BBC News Pictures from the Isle of Wight Festival show star names performing and soaking up the atmosphere.
As the U.S. was winding down its time in the country, the Taliban swiftly retook power, reviving fears of a brutal and violent reign. From: New York Times
With news organizations and emergency officials scrambling to gain access to affected areas, social media has provided a vital window. From: New York Times
From the Greek islands to southern Turkey, extreme heat and dry conditions are driving devastating wildfires that have killed people and threatened homes, ancient heritage sites and tourist havens. From: New York Times
Merve Taskin says she faces obscenity charges in Turkey after posting “joke” photos of sex toys. from: BBC News
from: BBC News Nurse Petro Bekker’s photos of her team in the intensive care unit are to feature in an exhibition.
The “view once” feature lets users open an image one time only before it is deleted forever. from: BBC News
They show superstar striker Lily Parr and her teammates at the height of their success in the 1930s.
from: BBC News The images appear to show the ex-England footballer asleep with unknown women posing beside him.