Talk-show host Jimmy Fallon poses with his wax figure at the Madame Tussauds museum in New York on Friday, March 27.
A boat sits on Horseshoe Bend, a portion of the Colorado River near Page, Arizona, on Monday, March 30.
Georgia Ball Keely, 4, holds still as a butterfly lands on her nose Tuesday, March 31, at the Natural History Museum in London. Hundreds of live tropical butterflies are featured at a museum exhibition that runs until September 13.
Relatives mourn together Tuesday, March 31, during a funeral for landslide victims in India-controlled Kashmir. With unseasonal rains raising fears of flash floods in the region, Indian authorities have been rescuing stranded villagers.
Pedestrians are hit by a wind gust in Munich, Germany, on Tuesday, March 31.
A police officer in Cali, Colombia, carries a pack of marijuana on Monday, March 30. Narcotics police seized 4.1 tons of marijuana from drug-trafficking gangs in the city of Corinto, authorities said.
Solar panels line up at a photovoltaic park in Les Mees, France, on Tuesday, March 31. Colle des Mees, the biggest solar farm in France, consists of 112,780 solar modules covering 200 hectares of land (494 acres).
A pigeon dips its head in a water fountain Wednesday, April 1, in Quezon City, Philippines.
A Palestinian boy looks through a sheet covering the remains of his family's house in Beit Hanoun, Gaza, on Tuesday, March 31. Witnesses said the house was heavily damaged by Israeli shelling during its war with Hamas last summer.
A boy sits under a roadside water tap during a hot day in Bhubaneswar, India, on Friday, March 27.
The Mount Sinabung volcano releases pyroclastic flows Wednesday, April 1, in North Sumatra, Indonesia. After being dormant for more than 400 years, Mount Sinabung has erupted sporadically since 2010.
A rescue worker stretches his hand to help a local resident cross a mud-covered street in Chanaral, Chile, on Friday, March 27. Heavy thunderstorms, torrential rains and overflowing rivers left tons of mud in parts of northern Chile.
People rowing boats in Tokyo enjoy a night view of cherry blossom trees on Monday, March 30.
Police in Taipei, Taiwan, remove independence activists from Parliament during a protest on Friday, March 27.
A British Shorthair cat takes part in the World Cat Show in Athens, Greece, on Sunday, March 29.
A circus artist performs during a show in Kiev, Ukraine, on Saturday, March 28.
A boy in Lisbon, Portugal, has luminous ink on his face for Earth Hour, a symbolic switching-off of lights on Saturday, March 28. At 8:30 p.m. local time, people around the world turned off their lights for one hour to build awareness about energy use and climate change.
Relatives apply makeup to a boy's face Wednesday, April 1, during the Poy Sang Long festival in Mae Hong Son, Thailand. Poy Sang Long is a rite-of-passage ceremony for the Shan people in Myanmar and northern Thailand. Boys between 7 and 14 are ordained as novices to learn the Buddhist doctrines.
Heavy fog surrounds buildings in Qingdao, China, on Friday, March 27.
A man walks under a bridge in Athens, Greece, on Monday, March 30. Greece and its international creditors are still struggling to agree on a list of economic reforms that are deemed necessary for the country to unlock emergency funds and stay afloat.
Tracy Foster cries after Gov. Bill Haslam's Insure Tennessee proposal, which would extend health coverage to about 280,000 low-income Tennesseans, was voted down by a Senate committee Tuesday, March 31, in Nashville, Tennessee. Foster is a cancer patient who has no insurance.
A gaucho rides a wild horse Tuesday, March 31, during the annual celebration of Criolla Week in Montevideo, Uruguay.