Secretary of State John Kerry, second from right, shakes hands with the Qatar`s Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Hamad bin Jassim bin Jabr Al-Thani, second from left, who is leading the Arab League, following their meeting at Blair House in Washington.
President Barack Obama gestures as he announces he will nominate Charlotte, N.C. Mayor Anthony Foxx to succeed Ray LaHood as Transportation Secretary, in the East Room of the White House in Washington.
This publicity product photo provided by Lori Bergmann shows a vintage glass chain Leopard Lanyard by Lori Bergmann (LoriBergmann.etsy.com), with handmade lampwork Leopard glass beads, that uses simple wire wrapping techniques.
Brian Kaska walks through the remains of his home in one of the most devastated the areas of West, Texas.
Pakistani models present creations by designer Nida Azwer during Lahore Fashion Week.
People watch Sailendra Nath Roy suspended from a zip wire attached to his ponytail in an attempt to cross Teesta river. Roy who was named a Guinness World Record holder in 2011 for travelling the farthest distance on a zip wire using hair died during the stunt Sunday when he suffered a heart attack.
An unidentified woman walks toward La Salle High School, in Cincinnati, where a student pulled out a gun and shot himself in a classroom.
Dutch Queen Beatrix, center, and Dutch Crown Prince Willem-Alexander, left, and his wife Princess Maxima arrive for a banquet hosted by the Dutch Royal family at the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
In an undated in this false-color image from NASA`s Cassini spacecraft and provided by NASA/JPL shows stunning views of a monster hurricane at Saturn`s North Pole.
Brazil`s President Dilma Rousseff holds caxirolas during their official presentation at the Planalto Palace, in Brasilia, Brazil.
A Malaysian voter casts her ballot during the early voting for the general election in Kuala Lumpur.
Chinese girls dressed to look like Chinese Red Army soldiers salute for a friend taking photos on Tiananmen Square on the eve of May Day in Beijing.
Italian Premier Enrico Letta, right, shakes hands with Israel`s President Shimon Peres as they meet in Rome`s Chigi government palace.
A fireman comes out the window of a burned house after it caught fire together with about 100 homes in suburban Quezon city, north of Manila, Philippines.
Army personnel watch as workers toil in the collapsed garment factory building, Bangladesh.
Bharatiya Janata Party youth wing activists burn a Chinese flag during a protest against the alleged incursion by Chinese troops into Indian territory in New Delhi.
Dutch King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima appear on the balcony of the Royal Palace with their children in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
A Syrian man who was injured in a powerful explosion, leaves a damaged building, in the central district of Marjeh, in Damascus, Syria.
Communist Party of India leader Brinda Karat argues with a police officer as she with other tribals participate in a march to highlight tribal people`s rights to land, forest and water surrounding their settlements, in New Delhi.
German angler Michael Eisele poses with the 47 kg cod fish measuring 160 cm that he caught in the Breivikfjord near Hammerfest, northern Norway.
Britain`s Prince Charles and his wife Camila, Duchess of Cornwall take their seats at the Nieuwe Kerk or New Church in Amsterdam.
Members of the Belarusian "Pioneers" state youth organization hold portraits of WW II veterans as the attend an official ceremony during a state patriotic action "Thank you for the Victory" for the upcoming Victory Day celebrations, on Victory Square in Minsk, Belarus.
Soldiers and police officer, inspect the parts after detecting and defusing a bomb on the outskirts of Srinagar.
Opposition Congress party activists burn an effigy of Madhya Pradesh state chief minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan as they protest after a five-year-old girl died after being raped in Bhopal.
President Barack Obama gestures during his new conference in the Brady Press Briefing Room of the White House in Washington.
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