When Life Gives You Lemons
People play dominos in a flooded street in Higuerote, Venezuela. Flooding and landslides have killed at least 30 people in Venezuela and forced thousands from their homes.
Just Like Mom
A baby giant panda born Nov. 3, has his paw measured during a check up at Zoo Atlanta.
Tattooist Victor Peralta looks on during "Tattooame", a tattoo exhibition where professionals show their designs and tattoos to visitors in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
A robin comes to the attention of a snow leopard during feeding time in Dublin Zoo as heavy snowfalls and freezing conditions continue in the Republic of Ireland.
Cat In The Snow
Heavy snowfalls and freezing conditions continue in the Republic of Ireland.
The Light Shines
A lamp covered with frozen snow shines on top of the Feldberg mountain, near Frankfurt in Central Germany.
And People Think Our Elections Are Bad
Gunmen attacked an office of presidential candidate Alassane Ouattara, killing four people, authorities said Thursday. The Ivory Coast was tensely waiting for election results, which were blocked by the president's followers.
Just A Trip To The Ole Brick Factory
An Afghan man rides on his horse drawn cart to collect bricks from a brick factory on the out skirts of Kabul, Afghanistan.
Shiite women listen to the speech of Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah during their graduation ceremony in Beirut's southern suburb of Dahiyeh, Lebanon.
Laika Valcoure, 16 months old and suffering from cholera symptoms, is held by her mother at a local hospital in Limbe, near Cap Haitien, Haiti.
Where Did I Park Again?
A man holds his mask-wearing child in the haze of Beijing.
South Korea's President Lee Myung-bak took responsibility for failing to protect his citizens from a deadly North Korean artillery attack last week, vowing tough consequences for any future aggression and expressing outrage over the "ruthlessness of the North Korean regime."
A day for dominos, the savage art of the tattoo, beautiful pollution, an election and a heartbreak.