An honor guard soldier in Bucharest, Romania, adjusts the outfit of a colleague before a welcoming ceremony for NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg on Thursday, July 2.
Young circus students practice in Battambang, Cambodia, on Wednesday, July 1.
A young person jumps into a swimming pool in Cologne, Germany, on Thursday, July 2.
A wax figure of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II is presented at the Panoptikum museum in Hamburg, Germany, on Wednesday, July 1.
A street performer in a Mickey Mouse costume rests on a bench in San Juan, Puerto Rico, on Wednesday, July 1.
A baby walrus, left, explores its open-air enclosure for the first time at a zoo in Hamburg, Germany, on Thursday, July 2.
Zachary Piedt has his head shaved Wednesday, July 1, during Induction Day at the U.S. Naval Academy.
A veterinarian cares for a week-old panda cub at a research facility in Chengdu, China, on Tuesday, June 30. China's Sichuan province is home to the majority of the world's endangered giant pandas.
A man has an egg smashed on his head to raise money for charity Sunday, June 28, at the World Egg Throwing Championships in Swaton, England.
Tourists take photos in the Blue Room of the White House on Wednesday, July 1. The White House now allows photos to be taken during public tours, ending a 40-year-old ban.
People sunbathe on an island shaped like a puzzle piece Wednesday, July 1, at the Maarsseveense lake in Utrecht, Netherlands.
A bridge collapse caused a train to fall into a canal Thursday, July 2, in Wazirabad, Pakistan. The train was transporting Pakistani soldiers, and at least 12 of them died, officials said.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry plays with his crutches as he talks to reporters aboard a plane in Maryland on Friday, June 26. Kerry broke his leg riding a bike in May.
Migrants sleep on a train bound for Subotica, Serbia, which is near the border with Hungary, on Sunday, June 28. Hungary is part of the European Union. Serbia is not.
A student in Lima, Peru, is assisted by teachers after she fell ill while marching in a parade celebrating St. Peter's Day on Monday, June 29.
A woman carrying a child casts her vote in Burundi's parliamentary election on Monday, June 29.
Students in Yangon, Myanmar, try to pass a police line on Tuesday, June 30, as they protest against military representatives in parliament who were appointed by the military commander-in-chief.