11 June 2014
Last updated at 08:59 ET
This baby got a kiss from Pope Francis as the pontiff arrived for his general audience in St Peter's Square at the Vatican.
Egypt's President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi presented a bouquet of flowers to a woman who was sexually assaulted by a mob during celebrations marking his inauguration on Sunday.
These women took part in a protest for peace in Cali, Colombia, as the government opened talks with the country's second largest rebel group, the ELN.
Grieving relatives gather at the family home of US soldier Aaron Toppen in Mokena, Illinois, after he and four comrades died in a friendly-fire incident in Afghanistan on Monday.
These supporters of Afghan presidential candidate Abdullah Abdullah attended a second-round election campaign in Ghor province. The run-off vote will be held on Saturday.
Traditional Bavarian dirndl dresses designed to support the German team in the football World Cup in Brazil have been unveiled by outfitter Angermaier in Munich.
Natividad Badiana, 45, collects recyclable plastic bottles floating on the murky water in Navotas City, north of Manila in the Philippines. She sells the bottles for 5 pesos ($0.11; £0.06) per kilo.
A soaking from a water truck in Jammu helped this man cope with a heatwave sweeping parts of India.
A Seleka fighter patrols in a village in the Central African Republic (CAR), close to the border with DR Congo. CAR has been in turmoil since mainly Muslim Seleka rebels seized power in the majority Christian country last year.
The Queen's Baton was taken into The Deep Aquarium in Hull, northern England, on its way to the Commonwealth Games being held in Glasgow, Scotland, this summer.