Our favorite Images from around the world which are making the news!
Check out the best news photos from around the world. From War Ridden Syria to Happily Ever After- here is the week in photos!
Syria in Ruins
Syria is worn down by the ravages of civil war, but life continues, as painfully depicted in the image!
It's not Art, nor Culture, is Torture
Brazilian artist Eduardo Kobra poses at the entrance of a house, decorated with an anti-bullfight artwork by him to protest against the game.
It's Not Over Till It’s Over
A Palestinian protester uses a slingshot to throw a stone during clashes with Israeli soldiers in the West Bank city of Hebron.
This image of a tablet shows one of the pictures posted in the official North Korean Flickr account which was targeted by hackers and some of the pictures were replaced by a caricature of North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un.
Wipe Away Signs of Tolerance!
The image shows a pedestrian walking across a rainbow pedestrian crossing painted on Sydney's Oxford Street, the city's main gay district. Officials have ordered the removal of the rainbow crossing setting off fierce debate in a city known for its annual Mardi Gras gay pride event!
The Dark Art
Visitors look at a latex russet-coloured sack designed to feel like a human body bag commonly used by killers to dispose off bodies in Pakistan. The display was made at an exhibition in Islamabad depicting Pakistan's sectarian crisis.
Caught In The Moment!
Chicago Bulls point guard Nate Robinson and forward Carlos Boozer (top) react after Robinson made a go ahead basket against the Brooklyn Nets late in the fourth quarter of their NBA basketball game in New York.
When Grannies Get Going, People Better Straighten Up!
Members of the group "Grandmothers Against the War" hold signs as they protest against the use of drone strikes by the U.S.
Residents sit on a bench at a flooded public square after a rainstorm in Buenos Aires where thunderstorms damaged property and vehicles and cost precious lives
Love Thy Neighbor!
South Korean soldiers participate in military drills near the demilitarized zone separating the two Koreas. South Korea plans to strike back quickly if the North stages an attack.
The President In Action
U.S. President Barack Obama is seen playing tennis during the 135th annual Easter Egg Roll on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington.
Carrying On Life!
Egyptian Women carry gas cylinders to be refilled on the outskirts of Cairo.
Wallas Wiens (R), the first American to receive a full face transplant, and Jamie Nash (L), a burn victim, enjoy their first dance at their reception. They met at a burn victim support group! We wish them many years of a blissful life!