1. ITV Report

The day in pictures - 21 February, 2013

Hohne, Germany

The Queen's Royal Hussars (QRH) is the British Army's senior light cavalry regiment and is equipped with the Challenger 2 main battle tank. The Regiment has previously deployed on operations in Kosovo, Iraq and Afghanistan.

A British tank fires during training in Germany Credit: Cpl Ross Fernie RLC/PA

Aden, Yemen

Supporters of Yemen's President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi attended a rally to mark the first anniversary of his election in the southern port city of Aden.

Watching the sun go down on President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi's first anniversary Credit: Reuters

Krasnoyarsk, Russia

Zebras, female Zizi (front) and male Moryachok, run on the snow in an open-air enclosure at the Royev Ruchey zoo.

Zebras look like they are dancing in the Russian snow Credit: Reuters

Arizona, USA

Rory McIlroy tweeted that it was "officially ridiculous", Ian Poulter said he had never seen anything like it and caddies enjoyed a snowball fight when wintry weather hit the Arizona desert.

Less than four hours of golf was possible at the Accenture Match Play Championship with Rory McIlroy, Tiger Woods and Luke Donald all failing to tee off after the unusually inclement weather stopped play.

Snowballs and golf balls on the green Credit: Reuters

Colombo, Sri Lanka

Children play on a beach in Sri Lanka including a boy who plays with his pet.

Enjoying the last of the day Credit: Reuters

Damascus, Syria

At least 53 people have been killed in a large explosion that rocked the Syrian capital Damascus, opposition activists said.

A large crater can be seen after a massive blast in Damascus Credit: Reuters

Hong Kong, China

British Indian marathon runner Fauja Singh, 101, looks at the view in Hong Kong. Singh will take part in a 10-kilometre race at the Hong Kong Marathon on Sunday before he officially retires from public races.

Admiring the view before his final run Credit: Reuters

London, UK

An image taken from the top of the BT Tower has set a record for the world's largest panoramic photo. It comprises more than 48 000 frames collated into a single panorama and allows the viewer to zoom in to see incredible detail. It captures the capital as it was just after the 2012 Olympics in the summer.

'The London eye' - a 360 degree view of the capital from the BT Tower Credit: BT