Sunday 25 September 2016

High-rise hazard

A portion of a crane hangs from the side of a high-rise building after the crane collapsed, injuring at least three people in Sydney, Australia on September 25. Paramedics on the scene treated one person for a fractured arm before they were taken to the Royal North Shore Hospital, a second pers


Saving the species

Stuffed animals on the back of a delivery truck arrive at the Sandton Convention Centre as preparations for the CoP17 continue, in Johannesburg, South Africa on September 23. The Conference of Parties (CoP) starts today as 3,500 delegates converge to discuss topics including poaching, the trade


Drone defence

The event-driven autonomous drone 'Gemos' in flight during the press conference on the Essen Security trade fair in Essen, Germany on September 21. The trade fair features  solutions from fire prevention and cyber security and CCTV to the protection of outdoor areas. The trade fair


Typhoon targets Tokyo

Passengers are queuing for security check at a departure gate at the domestic terminal of Tokyo International Airport at Haneda in Tokyo, Japan on September 20. Typhoon Malakas landed on Japanese southwestern island of Kyushu and is hitting though Japanese islands from west to east. The Japan M


Plight of refugees

Labour MP Yvette Cooper stands amongst life jackets worn by fleeing refugees in Parliament Square in London, Britain, on September 19. Thousands of life-jackets were laid out in Parliament Square to highlight the need to protect refugees and migrants. The jackets serve as a visual reminder of t


From pole to flag

Nico Rosberg led from pole to flag to win the Singapore Grand Prix on Sunday and celebrate his 200th Formula One race by retaking the championship lead from Mercedes team mate Lewis Hamilton. After a chaotic start that brought out a safety car on the opening lap, Rosberg stayed c


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