Bailey Bear, a Golden Labradoodle, sits in front of a picture of a cat during the first day of the Crufts Dog Show in Birmingham, central England. Darren Staples/Reuters
Electricians check the electricity pylon situated amid farmland in Chuzhou, Anhui province. China Daily/Reuters
A student protester runs away from a jet of water released from a riot police water cannon during a clash at a rally demanding that the government make changes to the public state education system, in Santiago, Chile. Ivan Alvarado/Reuters
Paramilitary rangers listen to the commander as they train in their camp in the troubled Yala province in southern Thailand. Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra and her Malaysian counterpart, Najib Razak, were due to meet in Kuala Lumpur to discuss a peace initiative with the Barisan Revolusi Nasional (BRN), one of the Muslim groups fighting for autonomy in the south. Damir Sagolj/Reuters
A man drinks coffee in the Kibera slum of Nairobi, Kenya. The country held the first presidential vote since the nation's disputed election in 2007, which spawned violence that killed more than 1,000 people. The coalition of Kenya's prime minister Raila Odinga says the vote tallying process now under way to determine the winner of the country's presidential election 'lacks integrity.' Jerome Delay/AP
Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., walks to a waiting vehicle as he leaves the Capitol after his filibuster of the nomination of John Brennan to be CIA director on Capitol Hill in Washington DC. Senate Democrats pushed for speedy confirmation of John Brennan's nomination to be CIA director but ran into a snag after Paul began a lengthy speech over the legality of potential drone strikes on US soil. Charles Dharapak/AP
Bangladeshi tourists look at garnet stones at a shop selling garnet and traditional jewellery at the Souq al-Melh marketplace in Sanaa, Yemen. Mohamed al-Sayaghi/Reuters
Ocean waves crash over a seawall and into houses along the coast in Scituate, Mass. A nor'easter is bringing wind-whipped, wet snow to Massachusetts, and coastal flooding is expected in communities still recovering from February's blizzard. Steven Senne/AP
Supporters of Venezuela's late President Hugo Chavez arrive to view his body in state at the Military Academy in Caracas. Venezuelans flocked to pay tribute to Chavez two days after he died. Mariana Bazo/Reuters
Howaa Teya, a spiritual and traditional healer from the Nuba tribes in South Kordofan, is seen as she treats patients at her house in Omdurman, Sudan. Teya uses herbal ingredients as well as alternative ingredients such as dried animal bones as part of her treatment. She charges about 50 Sudanese pounds ($8) for each patient. Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah/Reuters
Protesters are pushed back by police after breaking through security outside the Presidential Palace in Manila, Philippines. The protesters criticized Philippine President Benigno Aquino III for allegedly mishandling the standoff between members of a Philippine Muslim clan, who took over an entire Malaysian village to lay claim to a sprawling Borneo state, and Malaysian security forces. Bullit Marquez/AP
Carol Marelli walks down her flooded street in Sea Bright, N.J., after an overnight storm. Mel Evans/AP
A mother combs the hair of her daughter in the Central Market in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Ricardo Rojas/Reuters
Workers load soft drinks onto a ship to be transported to other Indonesia's provinces in Sunda Kelapa port in Jakarta. Enny Nuraheni/Reuters
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Britain's Prince Charles each laid wreaths at a memorial on Friday for the fallen Turkish soldiers who served at Gallipoli, marking 100 years since the disastrous British-led invasion.
Families of soldiers who served in the Gallipoli campaign of World War I, along with world leaders, streamed onto the battle sites on Friday for ceremonies marking 100 years since the disastrous British-led invasion.