Held a virtual prisoner by the Bolsheviks months before his execution, Russia's last tsar Nicholas II pasted informal snapshots of his family into an album which has now come to light in a Russian provincial museum.
US authorities on Wednesday released pictures of three men it said were present during the September 11, 2012 attack on the US mission in eastern Libya, saying it wanted to question them.
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez was seen bed-ridden but smiling in photos released Friday that gave an anxious nation a first glimpse of its leader since a fourth round of cancer surgery in December.
A previously unseen press photo of an apparently teenaged Princess Diana that a London tabloid deemed too hot to publish is coming up for auction in the United States later this month.
Olga Rypakova, Kazakhstan's London Olympic triple jump champion, had her pictures taken for the December edition of Khronograph.
A rare original photograph of the iceberg suspected of sinking the Titanic in the icy North Atlantic in 1912 is coming up for auction next month.
A Danish magazine was set to publish pictures of Prince William's wife Catherine sunbathing topless, despite the British royals' legal moves in France to stop the spread of the photos.
Prince William and wife Catherine headed home from Tuvalu Wednesday after securing a ban on a French magazine distributing topless pictures of her and launching a criminal probe into how they were obtained.
A French court is set to rule Tuesday on whether to ban the resale of photos of Prince William's wife Catherine sunbathing topless, after the British royal family sought an injunction.
Britain's royal family said on Sunday it would seek legal damages from French magazine Closer as it tries to prevent the spread of topless photos of Prince William's wife Catherine.
Marina Berlusconi, the daughter of Italy's former prime minister and the head of publishing house Mondadori, on Sunday defended the publication of topless photos of Prince William's wife Catherine.
Britain's royal family takes to the courts Monday to try to stop the spread of topless photos of Prince William's wife Catherine, but an Italian magazine plans to devote 26 pages to the grainy snaps.
The British press rushed to the defence of Prince William's wife Catherine on Saturday after grainy topless pictures of her were printed in a French gossip magazine.
Prince William's wife Catherine on Saturday faced growing embarrassment over topless photos after an Italian magazine said it would follow its French sister publication in printing them.
Britain's Prince William and his wife Catherine were "saddened" by a French magazine's claims it would publish topless photos of her.
Long-hidden photographs from French master Henri Cartier-Bresson are to be exhibited this weekend for the first time, shedding light on a little-known and controversial project of his in India.
Instagram on Thursday became part of Facebook as the social network completed its billion-dollar acquisition of the smartphone photo-sharing service.
When US Navy SEALs gunned down Osama bin Laden in his bedroom, it was up to one commando to take photos that would serve as proof of the Al-Qaeda leader's bloody demise.
Britain's Prince Harry on Monday made light of his recent exploits in his first public appearance since naked photographs of him in a Las Vegas hotel room surfaced on the internet.
Three US Marines have pleaded guilty and been sanctioned for urinating on the corpses of Afghan Taliban fighters and posing for pictures with the dead.
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