Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump greets supporters and signs autographs after a campaign stop in Spencer, Iowa, on Saturday, December 5.
A person wearing a "fursuit" costume walks down the stairs at the Midwest FurFest in Rosemont, Illinois, on Friday, December 4. More than 5,000 people gathered for the convention, where people dress as up as anthropomorphic animals.
A woman cries after she lost her husband in a fire that broke out in slums in Mumbai, India, on Monday, December 7. Hundreds of homes were reportedly destroyed.
U.S. Border Patrol agents search a migrant family after they crossed the border near Rio Grande City, Texas, on Wednesday, December 9.
Starlings migrating from northern Europe fly in the sky above Rome on Friday, December 4.
Ten days before the opening of the newest "Star Wars" film, fans Jesse Casper and Nicolas Johnson wait in line in front of the TCL Chinese Theater in Los Angeles on Tuesday, December 8.
Uniformed attendants are ready to check coats for guests arriving at a New York gala for fashion designer Valentino on Monday, December 7.
An injured boy is carried following reported airstrikes in the Syrian town of Hamouria on Wednesday, December 9. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported at least 11 civilians, including four children, were killed in strikes, but it was unclear who was responsible.
A baby seal with an injured eye looks out from its cubicle as it is rehabilitated in Taunton, England, on Wednesday, December 9. The RSPCA Centre has had an influx of seals after recent storms.
A day trader relaxes in London during the annual charity day for brokerage firm ICAP on Wednesday, December 9. Prince William and his wife, Catherine, attended the fundraising event, which includes traders wearing funny outfits.
French President Francois Hollande, second from right, and French Defense Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian arrive by helicopter to the Charles de Gaulle aircraft carrier on Friday, December 4. The vessel is the Mediterranean Sea to help fight the ISIS militant group.
A vendor tries to put out a fire at his kiosk during clashes between riot police and protesters in Athens, Greece, on Sunday, December 6. Part of central Athens was turned into a battleground during a march to mark the seventh anniversary of Alexis Grigoropoulos' death. Grigoropoulos, 15, was fatally shot by police in 2008.
Frank Levingston Jr., who at 110 years old is believed to be the United States' oldest military veteran, is greeted after a wreath-laying ceremony at the World War II Memorial in Washington on Monday, December 7. Levingston is a D-Day veteran who survived the Pearl Harbor attacks that took place 74 years ago.
Fog surrounds a television tower in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, on Friday, December 4.
People dressed as Santa Claus wait to start the annual Michendorf Santa Run in Michendorf, Germany, on Sunday, December 6.
Michael Read, director of flight operations for the New Zealand-based Martin Aircraft Co., flies a Martin jet pack during a demonstration in Shenzhen, China, on Sunday, December 6.
Jaysean Erby raises his arms in front of Apple CEO Tim Cook as he solves a coding problem Wednesday, December 9, at an Apple Store in New York. Third-graders were invited to the store to play a "Star Wars" game hosted on code.org. Apple is hosting Hour of Code events around the world as part of Computer Science Education Week.
A Sotheby's staff member in London holds "Mabuse," a painting by Jan Gossaert, during a press preview of artwork on Friday, December 4. The Gosseart piece was expected to bring in more than $6 million at auction.
A bishop takes a photo of Pope Francis as he celebrates a Mass in Vatican City on Tuesday, December 8.
Volcanic ash fills the sky Friday, December 4, during an eruption of Mount Etna in Sicily, Italy. Experts called it the volcano's most dramatic eruption in 20 years.
Internet sensation "Grumpy Cat," left, looks unimpressed with her animatronic counterpart Tuesday, December 8, at Madame Tussauds in San Francisco.