20 April 2012
Last updated at 13:21
A model of Air Force One, complete with red carpet and a marching band, glows at the airport of the miniature landscape at the Alexa shopping mall in Berlin, Germany.
Fatime Abd Rahmane looks at her daughter, Kaltouma Abdoulaye, who is recovering from severe malnutrition in the intensive care tent of a clinic in Mondo, Chad. UNICEF estimates that 127,000 children aged under five in Chad's Sahel belt will require lifesaving treatment for severe malnutrition this year.
Sixteen Amish women and men charged with beard and haircutting attacks against fellow Amish have pleaded not guilty in an Ohio court. Prosecutors say the attacks were part of a feud directed by a breakaway Amish bishop, Samuel Mullet.
Face Britain, a light show consisting of over 200,000 self portraits by children, is projected onto Buckingham Palace in London to form a montage image of Her Majesty the Queen in London.
Police and the FBI in New York are excavating a Manhattan basement as they seek clues into the 1979 disappearance of a six-year-old boy. Etan Patz vanished on his way to catch a school bus on the first day he was allowed to travel to school alone. His remains have never been found.
An Afghan shaves himself at a traditional bath house in Kabul. After a one-hour session inside the steam-filled rooms, people go on to the mosque for communal Friday prayers.
Workers stand together at a brick factory in Imadol on the outskirts of Kathmandu, Nepal.
A child looks at the Little Girl Giant, a giant marionette created as part of Sea Odyssey, a love story based around the sinking of the Titanic, in Stanley Park, Liverpool.
Firemen extinguish a blaze in Manila in the Philippines. According to local authorities, about 150 families lost their homes, but no one was reported killed in the incident.