In this long-exposure photo, the Villarrica volcano lights up the night sky Sunday, May 10, in Pucon, Chile.
Boats sail on a pollen-covered lake in Starnberg, Germany, on Friday, May 8.
French President Francois Hollande, left, poses with former Cuban President Fidel Castro during a meeting in Havana, Cuba, on Monday, May 11. Hollande's trip to Cuba was the first-ever by a French leader.
Shiite pilgrims in Baghdad, Iraq, march toward the shrine of Imam Musa al-Kadhim on Monday, May 11. Pilgrims converge on the shrine every year to commemorate the anniversary of the imam's death. He died in the 8th century.
Common blackbird chicks wait to be fed in their nest in Pokrent, Germany, on Sunday, May 10.
A giant "Mother of the Motherland" monument, decorated with a symbolic wreath of red poppies, is seen at the Museum of the Great Patriotic War in Kiev, Ukraine, on Friday, May 8. The Great Patriotic War refers to the Soviet involvement in what is more widely known as World War II.
Britain's Prince Harry mimics a baby as he meets people at a mall in Christchurch, New Zealand, on Tuesday, May 12.
Worshippers toss hats and a shirt into the air as Pope Francis leaves at the end of his weekly general audience Wednesday, May 13, in the Vatican.
A young boy whose Buddhist name is Chung Bin has his head shaved by a Buddhist monk in Seoul, South Korea, on Monday, May 11. The boy is one of nine children who entered the Jogye Temple to experience a monk's life for the two weeks leading up to Buddha's birthday on May 25.
Rapper Kanye West, arms folded, poses for a photograph before receiving an honorary doctorate degree from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago on Monday, May 11. Chicago is West's hometown.
Rohingya migrants swim to collect food supplies dropped by a Thai army helicopter on Thursday, May 14. The migrants' boat was drifting in Thai waters off the southern island of Ko Lipe in the Andaman Sea.
Residents of Maaret al-Numan, Syria, inspect a damaged site after what activists said was a barrel bomb dropped by forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on Friday, May 8.
The damaged decks of the Costa Concordia cruise ship are seen Monday, May 11, as the ship is pulled out of a harbor in Genoa, Italy. The ship, which partially capsized in January 2012, was set to be demolished.
Staff members at London's Madame Tussauds museum put the finishing touches on the wax figure of "Star Wars" character Chewbacca on Tuesday, May 12.
Paramilitary policemen jump in muddy water during a training session at a military base in Chuzhou, China, on Wednesday, May 13.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, sixth from left, visits a cattle farm in this undated photo released by the country's state-run news agency on Monday, May 11.
A woman holds a crucifix on Wednesday, May 13, as she takes part in a Mass at the Catholic shrine of Fatima in Fatima, Portugal.
People holding pictures of World War II soldiers take part in the Immortal Regiment march during Victory Day celebrations in Barnaul, Russia, on Saturday, May 9.
Palestinians ride their donkey carts past destroyed buildings in Gaza City on Monday, May 11. The buildings were destroyed during the 50-day war last summer between Israel and Hamas militants.
Men in Yasothon, Thailand, cheer as their rocket takes off at the Bun Bang Fai, or Rocket Festival, on Sunday, May 10. During the festival, Thai residents launch enormous homemade rockets to gain Buddhist merit and to celebrate the beginning of the rainy season.
Women in Monrovia, Liberia, celebrate after the World Health Organization declared the country Ebola-free on Saturday, May 9.
A bee flies back to a swarm in Salina, Kansas, on Monday, May 11.