Locals in India's Ganjam district help an olive ridley sea turtle return to the Rushikulya river on Monday, April 20.
A man photographs the average beer bellies of the Saxons, left; the Germans, center; and the Hessians in a new exhibit Friday, April 17, in Meissen, Germany. The exhibit, "Prost! 1,000 Years of Beer in Saxony," is on display at the Albrechtsburg until November.
A boy dressed as Iron Man poses in front of a Lego statue of the superhero Tuesday, April 21, in London's Westfield Shopping Center. The Lego statue is more than 8 feet tall and weighs a ton. It took six professional builders 960 hours to create.
Mainasi Issa, a 23-year-old albino woman, carries her 2-year-old daughter, Djiamila Jafali, outside her hut in the Machinga district of Malawi on Friday, April 17. Six albinos have been killed in the African nation since December, according to the Association of Persons with Albinism in Malawi.
People withstand large waves on the San Blas beach in La Libertad, El Salvador, on Sunday, April 19.
A model wears a radiation suit during a fashion show Friday, April 17, in Lodz, Poland.
A boy gives a flower to a girl while sitting on a tomb in Valdenoceda, Spain, on Saturday, April 18.
An actor dressed as an ancient gladiator puts fake blood on himself as he gets ready for a parade marking Rome's anniversary on Sunday, April 19.
A man in Seville, Spain, watches a carriage exhibition Sunday, April 19, in the Maestranza bullring.
Zhu Roumeng walks with her pet pig, Wuhua, near her house in Beijing on Wednesday, April 22. Zhu has raised the female pig, which weighs nearly 200 pounds, for the last three and a half years.
Supporters of the Bangladesh Awami League, a political party, attack the bodyguard of Khaleda Zia after he fell from a moving car in Dhaka, Bangladesh, on Wednesday, April 22. Zia, a former prime minister who chairs the Bangladesh Nationalist Party, was campaigning in Dhaka when her motorcade was attacked.
A man bathes on a sports field Tuesday, April 21, in Durban, South Africa, adjacent to a camp for those affected by anti-immigrant violence. South Africa has deployed its army in "volatile areas" to curb a wave of anti-immigrant violence that has killed at least seven people this month, the defense minister said.
An abandoned boat is seen in Svalbard, an Norwegian archipelago, on Saturday, April 18.
A staff member at Tokyo's Uneo Zoo cleans an elephant on Friday, April 17.
A porter carries a load of beef high above the Nepalese village of Namche Bazaar on Friday, April 17.
A man rides a horse in Kabul, Afghanistan, on Sunday, April 19.
On Tuesday, April 21, people wait outside London's St. Mary's Hospital, where Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, is due to give birth to her second child.
A goldfinch feeds its newly hatched chicks in Chungju, South Korea, on Tuesday, April 21.
A boy watches fireworks with his parents during Independence Day celebrations in Tel Aviv, Israel, on Wednesday, April 22.
Workers clean windows of a building at a commercial district in Beijing on Monday, April 20.
People in Berck, France, fly their kites to form the shape of a stick figure on Monday, April 20, during the annual International Kite Meeting.