Broken-down cars, blocked urinals and run-down buildings are among images taken by disgruntled staff.
Ernest Hemingway among authors that the leader of Nakhchivan decrees all citizens should read.
The two are seen arguing while standing over a pregnant patient during an operation in India.
As the media focuses on Texas, social media users highlight disasters in other parts of the world.
One officer says the fighting in Ayadiya is "multiple times worse" than the battle for Mosul.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has dismissed US demands for the UN's nuclear watchdog to inspect Iran's military sites, saying in a televised interview that "we will not accept anything by force."
Animal safety groups are working to help pets displaced or left behind.
Two women wearing black habits and veils threaten bank tellers in Pennsylvania before fleeing.
The storm-ravaged city bans people from the streets during the night, amid reports of looting.
Aid workers in Bangladesh say more than 18,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled recent fighting in Myanmar.
Martial arts superstar wants an end to consumption of pangolin products for meat and medicine.
The trials are for opposition figures accused of supporting US economic sanctions against Venezuela.
Pakistan batsman Sharjeel Khan is banned for five years for his part in a match-fixing ring following a Pakistan Cricket Board corruption inquiry.
Those already in the military will be allowed to serve pending a study, the defence secretary says.
State television showed footage of the launch of a ballistic missile which flew over northern Japan on Tuesday.
The viral clip shows a man in Australia repeatedly cutting the throat of an injured kangaroo.
Heavy rainfall paralyzed parts of the Indian financial capital of Mumbai on Tuesday, as traffic chaos sparked by flooding streets prompted officials to warn residents to abandon stranded vehicles and remain indoors.
The Mumbai rains follow floods across a swathe of South Asia, which have killed more than 1,200.
There are big national and political divides in what people expect from a school system, say researchers.