Seven "keys" have been handed out to a trusted circle of people who might get called upon to "save" the Internet in the aftermath of a cyber attack.
A Shaolin student shows off his skill at Tagou Wushu School in Dengfeng, China, on Sunday. A soccer team of Shaolin students was recently established in the school.
An orangutan eats a piece of watermelon at a zoo in Nanning, Guangxi province, China, on Friday.
Usain Bolt, the world-record-breaking Jamaican sprinter, says that he may switch to the long jump after the 2012 London Olympics.
Sue and Roger Main watch fireworks in Fenton, Mich., on Saturday.
Tsvetana Pironkova of Bulgaria stuns Venus Williams, the five-time former ladies champion, in two sets. There will be no Venus-Serena final this year.
Michael Jackson is not wanted in the Czech Republic. Or at least a statue of Michael Jackson is being protested
Wimbledon tennis action is on a break today. Tennis at Wimbledon will start up again Monday after a wild week one.
An employee poses inside Antony Gormley's sculpture, 'Breathing Room III,' which is made from 15 interconnecting photo-luminescent frames, at the White Cube Gallery in London on Thursday.
Steel workers from the nearby ArcelorMittal plant take part in a demonstration in Marseille, France, on Thursday. Strikes across France delayed flights, closed schools, and frustrated commuters as workers protested government plans to raise the retirement age past 60, one of the lowest even in Europe. President Nicolas Sarkozy says retiring so young is now untenable given growing life spans, but unions see his planned reforms to France's over-stretched pension system as yet another blow to Europe's social model.