A demonstrator waves a national flag during a protest against the government in central Bucharest. Romania's prime minister warned anti-austerity protesters gathering for a fifth day on Monday that violence would not be tolerated after 59 people were injured in clashes between demonstrators and riot police at the weekend. Radu Sigheti/Reuters
Steam rises from Mexico's Popocatepetl volcano in Puebla. The volcano is located 78 miles east of Mexico City. Violeta Schmidt/Reuters
Dexter Suber of New York, holds an American flag upside down as he protests the Confederate flag that is on the S.C. Statehouse grounds during a rally for Martin Luther King Day in Columbia. Mary Ann Chastain/AP
A shopkeeper works below a portrait of Yemen's outgoing president Ali Abdullah Saleh in his shop in Souq Al-Melh marketplace in the Old City in Sanaa. Mohamed al-Sayaghi/Reuters
Oil removal ships navigate around the cruise ship Costa Concordia, after it ran aground near the tiny Tuscan island of Giglio, Italy, last Friday night. The rescue operation was called off mid-afternoon Monday after the Costa Concordia shifted a few inches in rough seas. The fear is that if the ship shifts significantly, some 500,000 gallons of fuel may begin to leak into the pristine waters. Gregorio Borgia/AP
Republican presidential candidate, former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman, announces he is ending his campaign, in Myrtle Beach, S.C. Charles Dharapak/AP
Alicia Watkins of Washington smiles at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial in Washington, prior to the start of a ceremony to honor his legacy. Evan Vucci/AP
A dancer performs on a watery stage suspended above the audience during the Fuerza Bruta (Brute Force) dress rehearsal at the upcoming Bread and Butter fashion trade show in Berlin. Tobias Schwarz/Reuters
Ukraine's team competes in the International Group Rythmic Gymnastics event in London. The competition is part of the testing program for the London 2012 Olympic Games, called 'London Prepares'. Eddie Keogh/Reuters
A dog jumps before the mass start of the eighth stage of the La Grande Odyssee sled dogs race in Bessans France. The race crosses the Alps in France covering over 1000 km (621 miles) over 11 days. Denis Balibouse/Reuters
Angry youths protest and shout slogan in Lagos, Nigeria. For the first time since protests erupted over spiraling fuel prices, soldiers barricaded key roads in Nigeria's two biggest cities. Sunday Alamba/AP
A group of youth hold red umbrellas as they gather at Victoria Harbor, outside the site where the Canadian provincial premiers are meeting to discuss health care in Victoria, British Columbia. The group wanted to remind the premiers that the youth have a stake in the future of health care in the country. Andy Clark/Reuters
Republican presidential candidate Texas Gov. Rick Perry posses for photographs after a CafeMom town hall event, in Myrtle Beach, S.C. Matt Rourke/AP
Charlotte Bobcats' Boris Diaw (c.), of France, drives between Cleveland Cavaliers' Tristan Thompson (l.) and Semih Erden (r.), of Turkey, during the first half of an NBA basketball game in Charlotte, N.C. Chuck Burton/AP
Some politicians in Europe are unwilling to accept refugees from Syria's conflict, a reluctance that the The International Organization for Migration says is pushing migrants into the hands of smugglers.
Countries like Hungary that have blocked desperate migrants from traveling by train in Europe "push them right into the hands of smugglers," with potentially deadly consequences, the head of the International Organization for Migration said Monday.