A man leaves the water after swimming at Sydney's Coogee beach at sunrise. Daniel Munoz/Reuters
Children wearing traditional Chinese hats pose with a pair of statues on display at a shopping district in Beijing. Andy Wong/AP
Bangladeshi activists participate in a candlelight vigil demanding the execution of Jamaat-e-Islami leader Abdul Quader Mollah and others convicted of war crimes during the nation's independence war in 1971, in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The protesters said the life term was not enough since a tribunal had found Abdul Quader Mollah guilty of five charges, including playing a role in the killing of 381 unarmed civilians. Pavel Rahman/AP
Secretary of State John Kerry (r.) and European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton, leave their news conference for their meeting at the State Department in Washington. Jacquelyn Martin/AP
Students and Roman Catholic nuns of St. Scholastica's College, an all-girls' school, dance to kickoff a global campaign dubbed One Billion Rising on Valentine's Day in Manila, Philippines. Thousands of women and children in various cities in the country danced in the streets and other places to express support for the One Billion Rising Campaign to end violence against women and children around the world. Bullit Marquez/AP
Women wearing traditional Russian costumes take part in the flower ceremony for the snowboard half-pipe event at the 'Extreme-Park' of Rosa Khutor, a venue for the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics near Sochi, Russia. Kai Pfaffenbach/Reuters
A boy looks on as he stands with his father with a rose placed on his belt while they shop for gifts on Valentine's Day in Sanaa, Yemen. Mohamed al-Sayaghi/Reuters
A guide, right, talks to a visitor at the opening of the 17th Kimjongilia Festival at the Kimilsungia-Kimjongilia Exhibition Hall, in Pyongyang, North Korea. Kimilsungia and Kimjongilia are flowers named after late North Korean leaders Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il. Jon Chol Jin/AP
Members of the Druze community take part in a rally in the Druze village of Majdal Shams on the Golan Heights, which stands at the heart of a long-standing conflict between Israel and Syria. The rally marked the 32nd anniversary of Israel's annexation of the strategic plateau which it captured in the 1967 Middle East War. Baz Ratner/Reuters
Olive Ridley turtles return to the Bay of Bengal sea after laying eggs at the Rushikulya river mouth beach in Ganjam district, 140 kilometers (88 miles) south of Bhubaneswar, India. Olive Ridley turtles nest their eggs in parts of the Bay of Bengal Sea's Orissa coast. Biswaranjan Rout/AP
The piglet known across the internet as Chris P. Bacon sits on the office floor of veterinarian and owner Len Lucerno in Clermont, Florida February 13, 2013. The piglet's hind legs are deformed and Dr. Lucero had fashioned a wheelchair out of K'nex toys to help the piglet walk. Scott Audette/Reuters
Daniel Rosenthal and Laurie Ann Phillips pose for photographers on top of the Empire State Building after their Valentine's Day wedding in New York. Shannon Stapleton/Reuters
Male Shetland pony, Silver (l.), and female, Zorka, are seen dressed up as a groom and bride at the Royev Ruchey Zoo, on the suburbs of Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, Russia. Employees of the zoo arranged a wedding between the ponies to mark Valentine's day. Ilya Naymushin/Reuters
A woman sits on a park bench with her dog along the waterfront beach of Ambleside Park in West Vancouver, British Columbia, February 13, 2013. Andy Clark/Reuters
For more than two years he put generals in charge of everything from food distribution to new oil and mining projects, but the increasingly embattled Maduro seems aware that the military could one day engineer his downfall.
When Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro reshuffled duties in his deeply embattled government earlier this week, it wasn’t the changes at the top of the transport and fishing ministries that caused a buzz.