Soldiers search for looters in a market that was already ransacked in the aftermath of the 8.8-magnitude earthquake in Lota, Chile, on Tuesday. After Saturday's massive earthquake, troops patrolled to quell looting and the government acknowledged that it has battled to provide aid swiftly because of crumpled highways and major power disruptions caused by the earthquake. Victor Ruiz Caballero/Reuters
A model poses for photographers ahead of Belfast Fashion Week in Belfast, Northern Ireland, on Tuesday. Belfast Fashion Week will run from March 9-14. Cathal McNaughton/Reuters
A protester waves a flag while being hit with a water cannon outside the parliament building in Jakarta, Indonesia, on Tuesday, where discussions over the Bank Century rescue are being held. A parliamentary probe failed on Tuesday to resolve bitter divisions over the fate of Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati and Vice President Boedino, two key pro-market lawmakers in Indonesia's cabinet, signaling conflict over economic reform would continue. Beawiharta/Reuters
A Pakistani soldier holds a rocket launcher while securing an area in the Bajur tribal region in Pakistan, which is on the border with Afghanistan, on Tuesday. Muhammed Muheisen/AP
A damaged home is seen in Caronia, Italy, on Tuesday after landslides in the area. Some 120 people were evacuated from their homes over night. Last month, a landslide in San Fratello caused severe damage to homes and roads and authorities evacuated some 2,000 people. Carmelo Imbesi/AP
A white tiger from China yawns in its enclosure at Colombo's Zoological Gardens on Tuesday. A pair of tigers were brought from China to illustrate the friendship between Sri Lanka and China, officials said. Dinuka Linayanawatte/Reuters
Outside the morgue in Constitucion, Chile, on Tuesday, residents search for names of relatives and friends on a list of those who died in the major earthquake in Chile on Saturday. Ivan Alvarado/Reuters
A Lamborghini Gallardo car from Italian car manufacturer, Lamborghini, is shown during the first media day at the 80th Geneva Car Show at Palexpo in Geneva, Switzerland, on Tuesday. Valentin Flauraud/Reuters
Battalion Chief Tom Currao speaks to the media in front of Manhattan court on Tuesday in New York City. An electrical fire in the basement of the courthouse forced an evacuation of the building where rapper Lil Wayne was to be sentenced. The Grammy Award-winning rapper had been expected to get a year-long jail term after pleading guilty in October to attempted criminal possession of a weapon. He admitted to having a loaded gun on his tour bus when it was supped in Manhattan in July 2007. Louis Lanzano/AP
A man holds a South African flag as he glides in the air through the Moses Mabhida Stadium on a harness in Durban, South Africa, on Tuesday during the 100-day countdown to the FIFA World Cup. Most construction at the 10 stadiums is complete, and Soccer City, the 95,000-seat venue for the opening and final matches should be done within a month. Airports in Johannesburg, Cape Town, and Bloemfontein, have been upgraded, and Durban's new airport is set to open in May. Denis Farrell/AP
Tennessee's Eric Berry runs the 40-yard-dash at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis, Ind., on March 2. Darron Cummings/AP
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (c.) extends her arms to greet Chilean President Michelle Bachelet at the airport in Santiago, Chile, on Tuesday. In the wake of Saturday's devastating earthquake, Clinton arrived in Chile's capital Tuesday with 20 satellite phones and a technician. The visit was part of a pre-scheduled South America trip. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP
US President Barack Obama sits down with other customers as he visits Mrs. Wilkes' Dining Room, a restaurant in Savannah, Ga., on Tuesday. Next to Obama is Savannah Mayor Otis Johnson. Charles Dharapak/AP
For years, many Brazilians have argued that the country's story of slavery is buried out of sight – literally, in Rio de Janeiro, once home to the Americas' biggest slave port. The Museum of Yesterday, an augmented reality app, tries to put that history in users' hands.
ByAnna Jean Kaiser, Contributor
Just as rush hour begins in Rio de Janeiro’s Port Zone, bordering the city’s bustling downtown, Gabriele Roza looks kitty-corner across a busy street. Between buses and taxis rushing through the intersection, she points to a small plaza: half a dozen buildings fan out, all tagged with graffiti and some with broken windows. They’re a reminder of the city’s uncomfortable history – although there’s no way to tell at first glance.