Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe, centre, releases balloons into the air during celebrations to mark his 89th birthday in Bindura about 100 kilometres north of Harare.
Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders Cassie Trammell (left) and Jackie Bob, along with Peyton Manning, Curt Schilling, Austin Collie and Steven Jackson arrive at Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan, to entertain the troops with a USO tour.
Spring Break revelers dance at a club during Spring Break in the resort city of Cancun, Mexico. Cancun is one of the No. 1 foreign destination for U.S. college students during Spring Break.
Spain´s David Ferrer returns the ball to Spain´s Rafael Nadal during the final round match at the Mexico Open tennis tournament in Acapulco, Mexico.
Leaders and activists of Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) participate in a candle light protest in Srinagar.
Gun rights activist Darci Lund, 20, carries her rifle during a rally in support of the 2nd Amendment at the Utah State Capitol in Salt Lake City.
Demonstrators crowd Lisbon`s Comerio square during a protest against austerity measures taken by the Portuguese government in exchange of a euro 78 billion ($101 billion) international bailout needed in 2011.
An Egyptian activist shouts slogans as she holds a poster depicting Egyptian Islamist President Mohammed Morsi doctored to resemble Adolf Hitler during a protest outside the Egyptian foreign ministry during a visit by US Secretary of State John Kerry in Cairo.
Bahraini anti-government protesters carry steel rods into clashes with riot police firing tear gas and birdshot in Manama, Bahrain.
Spain´s Rafael Nadal kisses the trophy for the cameras after beating Spain`s David Ferrer in the final round match of the Mexico Open tennis tournament in Acapulco, Mexico.
Visiting Indian President Pranab Mukherjee, left, is presented with flowers as he is received by his Bangladeshi counterpart, Zillur Rahman, right, upon his arrival at the airport in Dhaka.
Ibeth Zamora of Mexico, left, punches Naoko Shibata of Japan in the fourth round of their 10-round playoff boxing bout for WBC women`s light flyweight world title at Korakuen Hall in Tokyo.
US Secretary of State John Kerry, left, meets with Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi at the Presidential Palace in Cairo, Egypt.
Chang Kai-chen, right, of Taiwan, and Shuko Aoyama of Japan pose with their trophies after defeating Janette Husarova of Slovakia and Zhang Shuai of China in their doubles final match at the WTA Malaysian Open tennis tournament.
A policeman stands near a mangled truck at the site where a section of a bridge collapsed early morning in Kolkata.
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