4 Iconic Viral Photos From The Last 24 Hours


In what has been an eventful week so far, we take a brief look at some of the most viral news pictures of the last 24 hours. Be warned, some of these picture are so powerful they say in excess of a thousand words.

Pokémon Lives Matter Protest


Following civil unrest in the Pokémon American community over the creatures controversial mistreatment and incarceration by US police, 20-year-old Pikachu made a daring stand against riot police yesterday afternoon during a Pokémon Lives Matter rally. The picture was immediately picked up by local news outlets and recieved a whopping 40mn Facebook likes as a result, forcing US president Barack Obama to pass a bill in the Senate banning the capturing of all Pokémon in the United States Of America.

Mother Of Dragons Theresa May Becomes Prime Minister Of Britain


Incinerating her opponents, Mother of Dragons and Conservative leader Theresa May was handed the keys to number 10 Downing Street today by former PM David Cameron. Greeting reporters outside her new residence, Mrs. May promised to crush her European counterparts during her term, before spitting fire into the air in celebration. This is first image of May in her true dragon form. A picture of the first out mother of dragons leader in the world is expected to improve mother of dragon rights around the world. Very brave.

Prince George’s First Ever Bombing Campaign In Fallujah 


This iconic image of 2-year-old Prince George before his maiden bombing campaign in Iraq has been shared over 124 million times in the last 24 hours. Flanked by his dad Bill and bombing instructor Khan Muhammed, 2-year-old George successfully wiped out an entire Taliban or ISIS or Al Qaeda village, killing only 32 civilians in the process. The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. Another powerful image, the picture goes a long way to pushing against ageism the world over. Makes you think.

NASA’s Juno Spacecraft Enters Jupiter’s Orbit After 5-Year Journey


This is the first image NASA’s robotic Juno probe shortly after entering Jupiter’s orbit after a five year mission. Juno began circling the solar system’s largest planet late Monday, becoming the first spacecraft to enter Jupiter orbit since NASA’s Galileo mission did so in 1995. Travelling at the speed of light, this image took 47 minutes to reach the earth.