A sphynx cat touches noses with a judge in Romania on Sunday, April 26. More than 250 cats were entered in the Bucharest International Feline Competition.
A fire started by rioters burns on Piedmont Avenue in the early morning on Tuesday, April 28, in Baltimore.
British Prime Minister David Cameron, left, and former British Foreign Secretary William Hague address supporters during a campaign event in Lincoln, England, on April 24. Cameron, the Conservative Party leader, became Prime Minister in a coalition government with the Liberal Democrats following the 2010 general election. New elections will be held on May 7.
People swim in the sea in Havana on Tuesday, April 28.
A demonstrator throws a stone at Burundi riot police on Wednesday, April 29, as a Burundi military truck drives by in Bujumbura. Protesters took to the streets again, angry over the Burundian president's bid for a third term in office.
A baby giraffe wiggles her ears at the zoo in Erfurt, Germany, on Monday, April 27. The baby was born on March 25.
A family mourns the loss of relatives after a bombing in Aleppo on Wednesday, April 29. Activists say forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad dropped a barrel bomb.
Artist Kaya Mar poses for photographs on Monday, April 27, with his painting entitled "Saint Kate" across the street from St. Mary's Hospital in London, where Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, is expected to give birth to her second child.
Sumo wrestlers from Onoe stable hold up crying babies during a "Baby-cry Sumo" event at the Yukigaya Hachiman shrine in Tokyo on Wednesday, April 29. Around 100 babies younger than a year old took part in the annual baby crying contest.
People dance in the street on Tuesday, April 28, in Baltimore. Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan declared a state of emergency and activated the National Guard on Monday night when protests turned into riots.
A line of fire crosses a forest near Chernobyl, Ukraine, on Tuesday, April 28.
Charles, Prince of Wales, plays table tennis on Wednesday, April 29, during the official opening of a new sports center in Cumnock, Scotland.
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands takes part in the King's Day, a national holiday held in honor of the Netherlands' monarch, King Willem-Alexander, in Dordrecht, on Monday, April 27.
Residents recover personal belongings in the rubble of their destroyed home in Bhaktapur, Nepal, on Wednesday, April 29.
A woman prays in front of her son's grave during the Day of Missing Persons ceremony, in the village of Meje, Kosovo, on Monday, April 27. Each year, this day marks the day of missing people from the 1998-99 war between Serb forces and Albanian guerrillas.
Supporters of same-sex marriage gather outside the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday, April 28, in Washington. The court is hearing arguments on whether same-sex couples have a constitutional right to wed.
Former British police officer Swasie Turner abseils in a wheelchair down the bastions of Valletta, Malta, on Monday, April 27. Turner has wheeled himself more than 38,000 miles and raised more than $1.5 million for charity since 1997 after losing his wife to cancer, according to local media.
Inmates gather on the roof to protest against overcrowding in a prison in Caracas, Venezuela, on Monday, April 27.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel feeds a lemur that is sitting on her shoulder during her visit at the bird park in Marlow, Germany, on Thursday, April 30. Merkel was scheduled to open the enclosure for penguins in the bird park.