Today in Pictures: India Celebrates the End of Monsoon Season and More
A giant peach rolls through Wales, Germans hosts the largest beer festival on Earth and more images from around the world.
Nepalese women and young girls struggle to drink homemade alcohol poured through a pipe sticking out of the mouth of Swet Bhairab, a god of Power, during the Indra Jatra festival at Basantapur Durbar Square in Kathmandu, Nepal. Hundreds of women and young girls gathered to drink alcohol as a blessing from idol of Swet Bhairab which they believes will keep them free from all diseases. The Indra Jatra festival is celebrated to honor Indra, the king of gods and god of rains. The festival also marks the end of the monsoon.
Teammates douse Boston Red Sox's Xander Bogaerts after the Red Sox defeated the New York Yankees 6-5 in a baseball game in Boston.
A model displays a 2017 Spring/Summer design by Hannibal Laguna at the Madrid's Fashion Week in Madrid, Spain.
In this photo taken late Friday, Sept. 16, 2016, Argentina's doubles team Ana Laura Ruzicka, bottom and Ana Sofia Bigliardo watch from backstage performances in the doubles finals of the World Pole Dance Sport Championship 2016 in Bucharest, Romania.
Members of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia attend the opening ceremony of the 10th National Guerrilla Conference at the camp in Llanos del Yari, Caqueta department, Colombia. After 52 years of armed conflict, FARC rebels open what leaders hope will be their last conference as a guerrilla army, where they are due to vote on a historic peace deal with the Colombian government.
An Indian performer painted as a tiger takes part in the 'Pulikali', or Tiger Dance, in Thrissur. The folk-art event is held every year in the town during the 'Onam' festival.
Participants take part in an extreme run "Bison race" near the town of Logoisk, Belarus.
Visitors of the Oktoberfest beer festival in Munich, southern Germany, try to snatch a glass of beer just after the festival's opening on Sept. 17. The World's largest beer festival Oktoberfest will run until October 3, 2016.
Members of the public gather to watch a giant peach as it is moved through the center of Cardiff as part of a street performance to mark the start of City of the Unexpected, a celebration of the author Roald Dahl in Cardiff, Wales. Dahl was born in Cardiff 100 years ago this month. To celebrate, the Welsh capital is hosting a series of events this weekend.