Jae Jae, a five year old Sumatran Tiger, looks out of his new 2,500 square meter enclosure at London Zoo. Andrew Winning/Reuters
A boy sorts fish known as Pepesca or Ejote, after fishing with local fishermen at Lake Ilopango, in Ilopango on the outskirts of San Salvador, El Salvador. Fishermen and members of the Friends of Lake Ilopango periodically clean the lake for weekend visitors and also to keep the fish population healthy. Ulises Rodriguez/Reuters
President Barack Obama and Jordan's King Abdullah II walk from an official arriveal ceremony at Al-Hummar Palace, the residence of Jordanian King Abdullah II, in Amman, Jordan. Carolyn Kaster/AP
Egyptians shout anti-Muslim Brotherhood slogans as they wave a national flag during a demonstration in Talaat Harb Square, downtown, Cairo, Egypt. Thousands of protesters from different areas of Cairo marched to protest the Muslim Brotherhood and President Mohammed Morsi's rule. Amr Nabil/AP
Mexican sewer diver Julio Cu Camara looks through his visor while inside a cage during a dive at the city's drainage system plant in Mexico City. Cu Camara's job involves diving in the city's sewage system to clear blockages and repair infrastructures, on an average of four times a month. Edgard Garrido/Reuters
People arrive at a stadium, a safe place for Muslims, amid riots in Meikhtila, Myanmar. Unrest between Buddhists and Muslims in central Myanmar has reduced neighbouhoods to ashes and stoked fears that last year's sectarian bloodshed is spreading into the country's heartland in a test of Asia's newest democracy. Soe Zeya Tun/Reuters
Cars go through a tunnel of blooming cherry blossoms in Tokyo. Koji Sasahara/AP
A dog with a stick enjoys the sun while walking on a bridge at a lake in Duisburg, Germany. Frank Augstein/AP
A girl drinks water at the front door of her house at the indigenous community of Pacayita in Masaya, Nicaragua. Thousands from the community are affected by a lack of water in the area as one of their two public wells is faulty and has not yet been fixed by the local government, according to its residents. Today is World Water Day. Oswaldo Rivas/Reuters
An office worker walks by the sea in central Sydney, Australia. Daniel Munoz/Reuters
Policemen stand guard as Mexico's soccer team attend a practice session at Olimpico stadium in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. Jorge Cabrera/Reuters
Indian villagers from Nandgaon wait for the arrival of villagers from Barsana to play Lathmar Holi at the Nandagram temple famous for Lord Krishna and his brother Balram, in Nandgaon, near New Delhi, India. Manish Swarup/AP
What may be the largest stockpile of ivory ever destroyed, Kenya made a dramatic statement against the trade in ivory and products from endangered species.
ByTom Odula, Associated Press
(AP Photo/Ben Curtis)
Kenya's president set fire Saturday to 105 tons of elephant ivory and more than 1 ton of rhino horn, believed to be the largest stockpile ever destroyed, in a dramatic statement by this East African country against the trade in ivory and products from endangered species.