Dear website Customer,

We are pleased to inform you that we will be re-launching our website tomorrow August 20, 2019.

You can login with your existing login and then for security reasons you will be asked to change your password. You will notice a new look and feel, however most of the functionality behaves in a similar way.

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Professional News Photography Worldwide

No information is more authentic than professional news photography.


epa can only cover breaking news by having its photographers on the spot. This is exclusive information from first hand.


With its global network of award-winning photographers, epa has set high standards and provides visual information of best quality from every part of the world, 24 hours around the clock, comprising politics, general news, a large variety of sports, economy, business and finance, arts, culture and entertainment.


epa is a private company and stands for reliable, independent and unbiased coverage.


An ample offer of exclusive photo essays sheds light behind the scene and brings the focus to the human aspect of things.


The world from a different angle - this is epa's commitment.



epaselect, a collection of epa's most relevant images based on visual appeal, newsworthiness or both, has been launched to accommodate the picture industry's ever-growing need to find the best pictures fast and efficiently.


epaselect-tagged images are automatically pushed to our regular subscribers at two hourly intervals via ftp. The photo selection spans all image categories ranging from economy, business and finance through to human interest, sports, arts, culture and entertainment.

Britain / EU Brexit


In 2015, British Prime Minister David Cameron fulfilled a Conservative Party General Election manifesto pledge by giving the British people a referendum on whether they wished to remain or leave the European Union (EU). The vote took place after an acrimonious campaign on 23 June 2016 with the result of the poll announced the following day with 51.89 percent of those who voted supported withdrawal and 48.11 percent of those who voted to remain as members of the EU.

The British government notified its intention to leave the EU after Theresa May signed a letter invoking Article 50 on 28 March 2017. Following two years of negotiations with the EU and debates in the British Parliament the country is as divided now as it was before the referendum in 2016.

The postponed EU Withdrawal Agreement vote, or more commonly known as The Meaningful Vote, is due to be held in the House of Commons on 15 January 2019 and facing the prospect of defeat the British government is looking at a possible exit from the EU on 29 March 2019 with no deal and an uncertain future as to its relationship with Europe.

Tour de France


The 106th Tour de France runs from 06 - 28 July 2019. For the second time the Grand Départ takes place in the Belgium capital of Bruxelles. From there the 176 athletes of 22 teams cycle a total distance of 3,480 kilometres in 21 stages through Belgium and the Hexagon.


This year's route comprises an opening stage visiting Charleroi and looping back to Brussels, to connect the regions of Flanders and Wallonia in a stage. The cyclists start their last stage in Rambouillet before reaching the finishing line on the Champs Élysées in Paris, France.

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