2 April 2014
Last updated at 13:46
A woman lines up mannequin heads at a company making fashion wigs for export in Jimo city in east China's Shandong province.
Yeomen Warders examine the Tower of London's first working drawbridge since the 1970s. The bridge, which took five months to build, replicates the original, constructed in 1834 to allow munitions to be brought into the basement of the White Tower, once surrounded by a water-filled moat.
Online fashion retailer Asos has said sales for the first half of the year rose 34% to £482m as the firm attracted 2.2 million new customers.
South Korean army soldiers take part in an exercise in Yeoncheon, near the border with North Korea.
Crabs cover the floor at the Evidence exhibition, by Chinese artist Ai Weiwei, in Berlin.
People in northern Chile gather on the top floor of a building in fear of a tsunami in the wake of an 8.2-magnitude earthquake, which struck about 86km (52 miles) north-west of the mining area of Iquique, the US Geological Survey said. Two regions have been declared disaster zones, according to the US.
Pope Francis kisses a baby upon his arrival at St Peter's Square at the Vatican to lead his weekly general audience.
The Prince of Wales meets theatrical performers Aughakillymaude Mummers in their costumes during a visit to Fermanagh County Museum, Enniskillen, Northern Ireland.
Kameleh, seven, weaves a carpet in a house used as a traditional carpet workshop in Herat, Afghanistan. Carpets are the country's best-known export, woven mostly by women and children in the north of the country, once employing six million people, directly or indirectly.
A wax figure of singer Katy Perry, by studio artist Caryn Bloom, has been unveiled at Madame Tussauds in London. Fan Tansy Ratcliffe-James poses with the figure, on loan from Madame Tussauds in Sydney, which will be on display over Easter.