South Koreans watch a live TV broadcast of South Korean climber Oh Eun-sun reaching the summit of Annapurna in Nepal on Tuesday. Oh made history in the Himalayas by becoming the first woman to scale the world's 14 highest mountains, beating out a Spanish rival for the record. Ahn Young-joon/AP
Sumaq Pezua of New York sleeps during a rally against the new Arizona immigration law at Federal Plaza in New York on Tuesday. Brendan McDermid/Reuters
Lolo, a black jaguar, licks her spotted cub inside their cage at Jordan's zoo in Yaduda, Jordan. The 4-month-old cub was named Ward on Tuesday. Ali Jarekji/Reuters
Mohammed (l.) is embraced by his mother at Baghdad International Airport after returning from a year of medical treatment in the US. Mohammed, whose middle and last names are not being released, was brought to the US and treated at the Michigan State University hospital thanks to the efforts of National Guard Maj. David Howell who met him in November 2008 in Ramadi, once an insurgent hotbed west of Baghdad. Maya Alleruzzo/AP
A dog plays in a fountain in Belgrade, Serbia, on Tuesday. Meteorologists are predicting fair weather with much sunshine across much of southeastern Europe in the upcoming days. Marko Drobnjakovic/AP
Smoke from smoke bombs fills the session hall as ministers look on in the background during ratification of the Black Sea Fleet deal with Russia on Tuesday. Ukraine's parliament has voted to extend Russia's lease of a Crimean naval port of the Black Sea Fleet in a chaotic session where eggs and smoke bombs were thrown. Efrem Lukatsky/AP
A passenger waits for a train at the Rossio station in Lisbon, Portugal, on Tuesday. Residents of Portugal's cities struggled to get into work on Tuesday as public transport workers went on strike over a pay freeze. However, Lisbon's subway system was running, and some minimum bus services were in operation as required by law. Francisco Seco/AP
Afghan women walk past destroyed houses in Kabul, Afghanistan, on Tuesday. Ahmad Massoud/AP
This satellite photo provided by NASA, shows the oil slick from the 42,000 gallon-a-day oil leak from a well in the Gulf of Mexico. The Mississippi Delta is in the center of the image and the oil slick is the silvery swirl to the right off Louisiana. NASA/AP
Snow falls on blooming tulips on Tuesday in Saranac Lake, N.Y. A late-season storm is expected to dump up to a foot of snow across the hills and mountains of northern New York and Vermont. Lou Reuter/Adirondack Daily Enterprise/AP
Horse racing fans stand in the rain as they watch Kentucky Derby hopefuls during early morning workouts at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Ky., on Tuesday. John Sommers II/Reuters
Members of Code Pink protest during the Senate investigations subcommittee hearing of Goldman Sachs' chief executive officer, Lloyd Blankfein, (seen on the protester's sign) on Capitol Hill in Washington on Tuesday. Evan Vucci/AP
Pakistani students attend free daily lessons at a public park in Islamabad, Pakistan, on Tuesday. Students whose families are unable to pay for their children's education gather every day from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. to learn from educated people who volunteer their time to teach the children. Vincent Thian/AP
In this photo provided by Goodwill Industries on Tuesday a 2.6-carat diamond ring is seen. A retired jeweler sorting through items donated to a Pennsylvania charity spotted the ring. Officials from Goodwill Industries say the ring has been appraised at $17,600, making it the most expensive item ever donated to Goodwill in the region. Courtesy of Goodwill Industries/AP
Secretary-General António Guterres, the former prime minister of Portugal, says the world has made progress – on hunger, poverty, education – but he's impatient for more. His approach: We can do better.
António Guterres, who took over as United Nations secretary-general early this year, acknowledges that the world community has made encouraging progress in improving people’s lives over recent decades.