Dramatic images from around the world
In this week's collection of dramatic images, celebrate as Monarch butterflies make their annual migration from Alaska to Mexico. Gaze amazed at a gigantic Harvest Moon as it lights up the sky like a Chinese lantern.
There's more. Desert Roses aren't what Sting and Cheb Mami painted them to be. They're actually obese little plants that grow in the desert at Socotra, an island off the coast of Yemen.
What do North Korean soldiers do when they see South Korean compatriots across the border?
Follow the world's first deaf sailor on his gallant solo odyssey around the world. Ride a train over the Danube River. Watch Chinese circus artists teach monkeys to smile. Peek into volcano craters and climb snowy peaks.
With so much to see right here, why do you need a visa to travel the world?
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Tourists visit a site displaying Soviet-made Cold War relics at La Cabana fortress in Havana. The 13-day missile crisis began on Oct. 16, 1962, when then President John F. Kennedy first learned the ... more
Tourists visit a site displaying Soviet-made Cold War relics at La Cabana fortress in Havana. The 13-day missile crisis began on Oct. 16, 1962, when then President John F. Kennedy first learned the Soviet Union was installing missiles in Cuba, barely 90 miles (145 km) off the Florida coast. After secret negotiations between Kennedy and Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev, the United States agreed not to invade Cuba if the Soviet Union withdrew its missiles from the island. less
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Wed 17 Oct, 2012 9:30 AM IST
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