Reuters does a yearly roundup of its most-liked photos on Instagram.
The 2018 images feature the World Cup tournament, flooding in North Carolina, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding, and migrant caravans, among other scenes.
Here’s a recap of 2018, one striking photo at a time.

International news agency Reuters documents “the news in pictures, as it happens.”

They capture moments in politics, sports, and international affairs — among so many other categories — so we can see what’s happening in the world around us.

Every year they round up their most-liked photos on Instagram, where they currently have 1.8 million followers. This year saw a World Cup tournament, hurricanes and flooding in North Carolina, a royal wedding, and migrant caravans, among other things.

Here are Reuters’ top 47 most-liked photos on Instagram.

Winters in Sibera can be both brutal and breathtaking. An aerial view of a forest road during sunset — with the air temperature at about minus 16.6 degrees Fahrenheit — outside the village of Balakhta in Russia captures that dichotomy.

Near Dhaka, Bangladesh — one of the most crowded places in the world— an overcrowded train leaves Tongi rail station after the final prayer of “Bishwa Ijtema,” the world congregation of Muslims.

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A fox walks past 10 Downing Street in London.

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Reuters released its most-liked Instagram photos of 2018, and they’re an unforgettable portrait of the past 12 months

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