Judges make their way to the Houses of Parliament in central London on Friday after attending the annual service at Westminster Abbey to mark the beginning of the legal year in England and Wales. Akira Suemori/AP
A pair of penguins dressed as bride and groom are seen during a symbolic mass wedding for penguins at the Dalian Sun Asia Ocean World in Liaoning province on Friday. Ocean World held a symbolic mass wedding for four pairs of penguins on Friday to attract visitors and in the hopes that the penguins will breed, local media reported. Jacky Chen/Reuters
The character "Snoopy" looks at a portrait of Peanuts creator Charles M. Schulz, by photographer Yousuf Karsh, during its installation in the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, on Friday. Jacquelyn Martin/AP
Chief Justice John Roberts, right, and the court's newest Justice Elena Kagan walk down the steps of the Supreme Court in Washington on Friday to stand for photographs after a formal investiture ceremony for Kagan. Evan Vucci/AP
Dachshund puppies are seen during the Euro Dog Show in Celje, Slovenia, on Friday. Bor Slana/Reuters
Storm clouds hang over the New York City skyline on Friday. Torrential downpours from a faded tropical storm inundated the Northeast on Friday, forcing evacuations, toppling trees, cutting power to thousands and washing out roads during a snarled morning commute. Swoan Parker/AP
A bridge that leads into Colony North, Las Casa, and Summit Chase Apartments in Wilmington, Del. is seen on Friday after it was destroyed by high waters overnight. The bridge is the only entrance to the apartment complex. Jennifer Corbet/The News Journal/AP
Pakistani boys talk beside still-smoldering oil trucks in Shikarpur, Pakistan, on Friday. Suspected militants set ablaze at least 27 tankers carrying fuel for US and NATO troops in Afghanistan on Friday, police said. Aaron Favila/AP
Soldiers guard the government palace in Quito, Ecuador, on Friday. Ecuador is under a state of siege, with the military in charge of public order, after soldiers rescued Ecuador's President Rafael Correa from a hospital where he'd been surrounded by police who roughed him up and tear-gassed him earlier. The banner reads in Spanish "The revolution of the citizens is underway." Patricio Realpe/AP
A boy wearing a policeman's bulletproof vest sits in a chair on a street in the northern Indian town of Ayodhya on Friday. Mukesh Gupta/Reuters
President Barack Obama hugs outgoing White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel (r.) in the East Room of the White House in Washington on Friday. Emanuel is stepping down to run for mayor of Chicago. Larry Downing/Reuters
A stag bellows next to a female deer in a wildlife park in Aurach near Kitzbuehel, Austria, on Friday. Kerstin Joensson/AP
A greenskeeper removes excess water from the course after heavy rainfall that suspended play during the 2010 Ryder Cup golf tournament at the Celtic Manor golf course in Newport, Wales, on Friday. Alastair Grant/AP
On March 17, US forces reportedly targeted two IS snipers in a single building, which set off a series of explosives in the house that killed many civilians. Iraqi officials, however, say that there were only civilians killed in the blast, and that there were no hidden munitions.
ByBalint Szlanko and Qassim Abdul-Zahra, Associated Press
Iraqi officials demanded compensation from the US-led coalition following an investigation into a March 17 airstrike in which the Pentagon acknowledged a US bomb targeting Islamic State group fighters in Mosul set off a series of explosions that killed more than 100 civilians.