Newsbeat's favourite pictures from around the world

16 April 2014 Last updated at 07:31 BST

A "blood moon" is visible across the Americas.
People in the Americas have been treated to a rare celestial show as the Earth's shadow fell across the Moon.
People in the Americas, including in Uruguay (pictured), have been treated to a rare show of a "blood moon" as the Earth's shadow fell across the Moon. The Moon appeared to change colour from orange to blood red during a total lunar eclipse.
Picture of three shadowy figures eavesdropping on a telephone box
Banksy is believed to be behind a piece of street art depicting three shadowy figures eavesdropping - three miles from the Government listening post GCHQ.
American astronaut Steven Swanson
The crew of the International Space Station (ISS) have posted, what is reportedly, the first Instagram picture from space.
David Hasselhoff poses with a giant model of himself
David Hasselhoff is a 12ft life-like replica statue of himself to raise money for charity.
Cupcake ATM
A 24-hour cupcake vending machine has opened in New York. The ATM, which has been created by Sprinkles bakery, holds up to 800 cakes which cost $4.25 (£2.50).
Baby gorilla Jengo
Baby gorilla Jengo relaxes in his enclosure at the zoo in Leipzig, Germany. The baby gorilla was born on 2 December 2013.
Baby polar bears with an adult polar bear
Twin polar bears have been photographed for the first time since their birth on 9 December at Munich Zoo in Germany.
Baby hippopotamus with adult hippopotamus
A newborn baby hippopotamus rests next to its mother at Chapultepec Zoo in Mexico City. The animal, born on 24 February, is the first hippo born at the zoo in the last 16 years.
Storm over Sydney
Sydney was hit by a severe storm on Wednesday as huge clouds rolled in over Sydney Harbour bringing lightning and heavy rain.
A large Winnie the Pooh teddy block a drain in Scotland
A large Winnie the Pooh teddy (pictured), a bike, a fax machine and a snake were among some of the items found in Scotland's sewers last year.