Chile's President Sebastian Pinera carries his granddaughter Esperanza after his inauguration in Vina del Mar, Chile, on March 11. During the President's inauguration, a series of strong aftershocks from last month's 8.8-magnitude earthquake rocked Chile. Pinera immediately urged coastal residents to move to higher ground in case of a tsunami. Silvia Izquierdo/AP
A student participates in a rally in Vienna, Austria, on March 11 in protest of changes to be made under the Bologna-Process, a higher-education reform across Europe. Leohard Foeger/Reuters
A church is reflected in a puddle in St. Petersburg, Russia, on March 11 in this photo which has been rotated 180 degrees. Alexander Demianchuk/Reuters
A dog waits for it's turn to take part in Britain's annual Crufts Dog Show at the NEC Arena in Birmingham, England, on March 11. Simon Dawson/AP
A ski jumper soars through the air at sunset before the qualification round of the World Cup Ski Jumping competition in Lillehammer, Norway, on March 11. Bob Strong/Reuters
People look at the monument to the victims of the Madrid 2004 terror bombings at Atocha train station in Madrid, Spain, on March 11. Thursday marks the sixth anniversary of Europe's worst terrorist attack claimed by Muslim militants, which killed 191 people and injured 1,800. Daniel Ochoa de Olza/AP
Tom Hanks, Executive Producer of the new mini series 'The Pacific,' takes a picture of the World War II Memorial with his cell phone on the Washington Mall on March 11. Hanks and co-Executive Producer Steven Spielberg were joined by 250 World War II veterans on Thursday in a tribute to those who served in the Pacific theater. The premiere of the 10-part HBO miniseries 'The Pacific,' is on March 14. Jason Reed/Reuters
Family members and friends examine the wreckage at a home in Heber Spring, Ark., on March 11. A tornado struck the area late Wednesday. Danny Johnston/AP
People wait outside their homes after an aftershock in Talcahuano, Chile, on Thursday after a series of strong aftershocks hit Chile as President Sebastian Pinera was sworn into office. Silvia Izquierdo/AP
A Palestinian girl lights candles during a protest in Gaza City calling for an end to Israel's blockade on the Gaza Strip on March 11. Suhai Salem/Reuters
Nursery employees attend a demonstration in Paris, France on March 11 to protest against working conditions at day-care centers in France. Their slogans reads, 'No Babies in the Left-Luggage Office.' Charles Platiau/Reuters
Judith Vazquez (l.) and her partner Kol Kin Castaneda kiss before going to town hall to be married in Mexico City on March 11. Castaneda and Vazquez are among some of the first same-sex couples to get married after the city passed a law in December allowing same-sex marriages. The Law, now in effect after being approved by the city's legislature, goes beyond the current law allowing same-sex civil unions to give gay couples the same marriage rights as straight couples, including adoption. Eliana Aponte/Reuters
Britain's three major party leaders vowed to devolve more power to Scotland in the run-up to its independence vote. But why should Scotland have both more say over its own laws and on legislation that affects only the English?
The Scottish public has spoken, and independence is off the table. And in the lead-up to the vote, Scotland was promised greater powers "devolved" from London to the Scottish Parliament in Holyrood. So, crisis averted, yes?