Cast member Charlie Sheen kisses co-star Lindsay Lohan on the cheek as they pose at the premiere of their new movie 'Scary Movie 5' in Hollywood. Fred Prouser/Reuters
A visitor looks at a vintage Wanderer cabriolet car at a retro cars motor show in Kiev, Ukraine. Sergii Polezhaka/Reuters
Members of the Association of Lincoln Presenters visit a Civil War mural on their way to the Ohio Statehouse in Columbus, Ohio. About three dozen Abraham Lincoln impersonators from around the US are convening in Columbus for their 19th annual convention to compare notes and costumes and tour some Abe-related historical sites. Mike Munden/AP
French farmers stand with banners near a cow and goats during a demonstration in Lyon, France. Several hundred French farmers brought tractors and livestock animals to the southeastern city of Lyon as part of nationwide protests calling for better prices from supermarkets to offset rising production costs. Robert Pratta/Reuters
Egyptian protesters chant slogans as one holds a cross and a copy of Islam's holy book, the Quran, during a protest in Tahrir Square, the focal point of Egyptian uprising, to condemn sectarian clashes in Cairo. Several Christians, along with a Muslim, were killed in clashes on Saturday in a town north of Cairo. Amr Nabil/AP
A man waits for a taxi in front of a shopping mall in Seoul, South Korea. Kin Cheung/AP
Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje (not pictured) of Canada perform during the ice dance free dance at the ISU World Team Trophy in Figure Skating in Tokyo. Yuya Shino/Reuters
People visit a flower show featuring thousands of Kimilsungia flowers, named after the late leader Kim Il-sung, while models of a rocket and missiles are also displayed in Pyongyang, North Korea. Alexander F. Yuan/AP
Priests attend the funeral ceremony of shooting victims in the village of Velika Ivanca, southwest of Belgrade, Serbia. A Serbian war veteran who killed 13 relatives and neighbors in a dawn rampage in a Serbian village this week, before turning the gun on himself, died in hospital on Thursday. Marko Djurica/Reuters
A Pipil Mayan looks into the camera while participating in a march in San Salvador Thursday. Members of indigenous organizations marched to demand the ratification of an amendment to the constitution that commits the state to recognize the native peoples, their culture and develop policies in accordance with their ethnic identity, according to local media. Ulises Rodriguez/Reuters
A farmer shakes unhusked rice during a harvest in an agriculture area in Bekasi, on the outskirts of Jakarta, Indonesia. Enny Nuraheni/Reuters
Staff uniforms are displayed for auction at the Hotel de Crillon in Paris. The Hotel de Crillon, one of the oldest luxury hotels in Paris, hushed after the departure of its last guests in March, has been transformed into a buyer's wonderland as it closes its doors for a two-year renovation. Charles Platiau/Reuters
Amateur Guan Tianlang of China holds up his ball between Ben Crenshaw of the US (l.) and Matteo Manassero of Italy (r.) after sinking a par putt on the third hole during second round play in the 2013 Masters golf tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia. Brian Snyder/Reuters
The former Cairo bureau chief of Al Jazeera English was found guilty of terrorism-related charges, along with two other journalists. Many have viewed the charges and the trial as a sham.
ByValentina Jovanovski, Correspondent
Three journalists accused of terrorism-related charges in Egypt, including Egyptian-born Canadian Mohamed Fahmy, were today sentenced to three years in prison, to the dismay of their families and lawyers who were hopeful the trio would be released after an almost two-year ordeal.