26 April 2013
Last updated at 12:07 ET
A new-born baby which was born in a relief tent is attended by medical staff a few days after a 6.6-magnitude earthquake hit Lushan county, Sichuan province in China, an area that was devastated by a massive quake five years ago.
Dortmund's defender Neven Subotic catches Real Madrid's defender Sergio Ramos with his foot during their Uefa Champions League semi-final first leg football match in Germany. Dortmund won 4-1 and travel to Spain for the second leg next Tuesday.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry each brandish wands on the set of the Harry Potter films as they toured Warner Bros studios in Leavesden in Hertfordshire during its inauguration.
More than 3,000 people were inside an eight-storey building housing garment factories in Savar, 30km (20 miles) outside Dhaka, Bangladesh, when it collapsed. Local officials say more than 300 have died, while more than 40 people have been rescued since Thursday.
At the opening of the George W Bush Library in Dallas, Texas, the pledge of allegiance to America was read by Melissa Stockwell, the first female US soldier to lose a limb in the war in Iraq, watched by former Presidents George HW and George W Bush and their wives, Barbara and Laura.
Australia and New Zealand commemorate Anzac day, the anniversary of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps landing at Gallipoli in World War I. Here members of the Albert Battery shoot a volley of fire during the Anzac dawn service at Currumbin Surf Life Saving Club in Australia.
Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond unveils a 3D visualisation of a human head and neck which was designed by Glasgow School of Arts Digital Design Studio. They hope the visualisation will revolutionise medical and dental training.
Police clash with demonstrators during a protest near the Spanish Parliament in Madrid. Spain's government has revised down its forecast for the Spanish economy this year, saying the level of contraction is very likely to be worse than previously predicted.
Medford Fire Department Captain Tom Brennan poses after the funeral for Krystle Campbell, who was one of three people killed in the Boston Marathon bombings.
A once secret bunker built to shelter Yugoslavia’s Marshal Josip Broz Tito and the communist leadership from a nuclear war has been turned into an art gallery. The U-shaped bunker, which can be found in Bosnia, to the south of Sarajevo, holds work by 19 artists, including a neon display by Finnish artist Villu Jaanisoo.
Visitors stand in the staircase of the restored former Prussian justice palace, that now serves as the County Court in Halle an der Saale, eastern Germany. The 110-year-old building, housing 20 courtrooms, 110 offices and a further 100 rooms reopened after two years of restoration.
A group of Morris Dancers perform as part of the St George's Day celebrations in Leadenhall Market, in the City financial district of London.