A bride waits while a photographer attends to her groom’s hair at Beijing World Park. Muhammed Muhseisen/AP
Flood waters claim a house along the Vistula River in Sandomierz, southern Poland. Several days of flooding across the country caused some $2.5 billion in damage. Jaroslaw Kublaski/Reuters
Citizens of Bangkok, Thailand, participated in a cleanup operation in wake of Army clashes with protesters. Manish Swarup/AP
A student helped prepare a classroom ahead of National Teacher’s Day in Herat, Afghanistan, May 24. Reza Shirmohammad/AP
South Korean soldiers man speakers used to broadcast across the demilitarized zone at Yonhap. Leaders said May 24 that they would resume protests aimed at the North over the recent sinking of a South Korean ship. Lee Sang-hak/Reuters
Ferdinand Wimmer took a dip in Lofer, Austria, near Salzburg. The region was enjoying a stretch of late-May warmth. Kerstin Joensson/AP
A girl attended the Cavalhadas festival May 23 in Pirenópolis, central Brazil. It commemorates the medieval victory of Iberian Christian knights over the Moors. Eraldo Peres/AP
Eddy Nicolas (l.) embraced Todd Rocks before commencement exercises at the University of Virginia. Megan Lovett/AP
Prosecutors accuse President Cristina Fernandez of helping coordinate a major cover-up deal with Iran. The case gained international attention after one was found shot dead four days after he leveled the allegations.
ByPeter Prengaman, Associated Press
Victor R. Caivano/AP
A federal appeals court in Argentina on Thursday threw out a case accusing President Cristina Fernandez and other top officials of a major cover-up deal with Iran, giving a victory of sorts to an administration that has been rocked by the mysterious death of the prosecutor who made the allegation.