Suspected Al Qaeda members sit behind bars at the state security court in Sanaa, Yemen, on Tuesday. The court sentenced seven alleged Al Qaeda men to jail terms ranging from five to ten years over plots to carry out bombing attacks against Western tourists in the country. Khaled Abdullah/Reuters
People look at illuminated buildings that house India's main government offices in New Delhi, India, on Republic Day. The nation celebrates Republic Day on Jan. 26 every year, but this year security measures were notched up following intelligence reports of a possible terrorist attacks. Gurinder Osan/AP
Pakistani body builder Azhar Fazal warms up before exercising at the Super Bilal Gold Gym during a power outage in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, on Tuesday. Muhammed Muheisen/AP
Sri Lankan Muslim women walk across a field as they go to vote in presidential elections in Colombo, Sri Lanka, on Jan. 26. Eranga Jayawardena/AP
A worker walks past a giant sculpture by Belgian artist and designer Charles Kaisin called 'The Art of Recycling,' in Brussels, Belgium, on Jan. 26. The work is made of more than 5,000 wooden crates and represents an ecological forest. Yves Herman/Reuters
Synergy's Falcon (r.) and Snowshoe Aristedes, a pair of alpacas from Snowshoe Farm in Peacham, Vt., look out from their enclosure during the annual Vermont Farm Show in Barre, Vt., on Tuesday. The 76th annual exhibition at the Barre Civic Center boasts 200 exhibits, product competitions, meetings, and other special events. Toby Talbot/AP
A family leaves the coast headed for larger boats in earthquake-torn Port-au-Prince, Haiti, on Jan. 26. Hundreds of people lined the shore in attempts to pay to be rowed out to larger boats and relocated to other cities in Haiti. Ariana Cubillos/AP
First Lady Michelle Obama applauds during her speech to the Joint Armed Forces Officers Wives' luncheon at Bolling Air Force Base in Washington on Tuesday. Obama spoke about what the Fiscal Year 2011 budget provides for military families. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP
Visitors look at a display in the Yad Vashem Holocaust History Museum in Jerusalem on Jan. 26. Wednesday marks International Holocaust Memorial Day. Gil Cohen Magen/Reuters
A tiger cub is dressed in a Chinese costume at the Sriracha Tiger Zoo in Thailand's Chonburi Province on Jan. 26. Tiger numbers have fallen by more than 70 percent in slightly more than a decade in the Greater Mekong region of Asia. The region - Cambodia, Laos, Burma (Myanmar), Thailand, Vietnam, and the Yunnan Province of China - contains only 350 tigers according to a World Wildlife Fund (WWF) report released on Monday. Sukree Sukplang/Reuters
Rafael Nadal of Spain reacts during a match against Andy Murray of Britain in the Men's Singles Quarterfinals of the Australian Open Tennis Tournament in Melbourne, Australia, on Jan. 26. Nadal retired in the third set of the match with a knee injury. John Donegan/AP
A dog stares out from its cage at a shelter for stray dogs in Tbilisi, Georgia, on Tuesday. About 100 abandoned animals live at this shelter, the only one in the country, founded by a Georgian businessman Tamaz Elizbarashvili. David Mdzinarishvili/Reuters
An Afghan National Army soldier keeps security watch while US and Afghan forces meet with a village elder during a break in their patrol in Kolack, a village in Kunar Province, Afghanistan, on Tuesday. US and Afghan soldiers have a regular presence in the area, where Taliban militants operate in the hillsides of the Pech and Korengal valleys in the region. Brennan Linsley/AP
Shintaro Sakai carries his son Ban on his shoulders as they walk through a field of Rape blossoms at Azumayayama Park in Kanagawa, Japan, on Tuesday. Itsuo Inouye/AP
Two former Mexican governors were recently arrested on charges of corruption. Is it another step forward in anti-corruption efforts, or window dressing to appease voters before Mexico's upcoming elections?
Two former Mexican governors were arrested this month in Guatemala and Italy, where they had been living low-key lives out of the public eye, following requests for their extradition on charges stemming from alleged corruption while in office.