A man wades through a flooded street as residents are evacuated from a neighborhood of Bogota, Thursday, April 2, 2009. Several apartment blocks in the Fontibon district were flooded after heavy rains caused the Fucha river to burst its banks.
A tourist enjoys the sun at the Holocaust Memorial site in Berlin, Friday, April 3, 2009. Spring has brought sunny and warm weather.
South Korean soldiers perform with their machine guns for honor guard at Korea War Memorial Museum in Seoul, South Korea, Friday, April 3, 2009. The honor guard ceremony attracts more than 400,000 visitors every year.
A male race goer, center, is seen wearing a dress during Aintree Ladies Day at the Grand National horse race meeting at Aintree racecourse in Liverpool, England, Friday April 3, 2009.
A close up of the shoes of a group of race goers during Aintree Ladies Day at the Grand National horse race meeting at Aintree racecourse in Liverpool, England, Friday April 3, 2009.
Bosnian Catholics, parishioners of the Bila community near the western Bosnian town of Livno, dressed in traditional costume, prepare to lift a statue Jesus Christ on a crucifix, on Friday April 3, 2009. The wooden statue of Jesus Christ on the crucifix was made by local artist, Branko Ivankovic, 55. The crucifix is 9 meters (29 feet six inches) tall and and 4 meters (13 feet) wide and carries the 2.25 meters (7 feet 3 inches) body of Jesus Christ. This is believed to be world's biggest statue of Christ carved out of single piece of solid wood. Ivankovic delegated his statue to enter The Guinness Book of Records.
An Anti-NATO activist throws a piece of wood onto a burning barricade during clashes with a squad of riot police nedar the so-called anti-NATO village in the Neuhoff district of Strasbourg, eastern France, Friday April 3, 2009, during NATO's 60th-anniversary summit.
Mary Jean Lacaba, second left, a Filipino International Red Cross worker kidnapped by Muslim extremist Abu Sayyaf Group, waves prior to boarding her chartered plane for a flight to Manila from Zamboanga city in southern Philippines, a day after her release Friday April 3, 2009 after ten weeks in captivity in the jungles of Jolo in southern Philippines. Lacaba told authorities her two kidnapped colleagues, Andreas Notter from Switzerland and Eugenio Vagni of Italy, are still alive raising hopes for continuing negotiations for their release. At right is Philippine National Red Cross Chair Richard Gordon.
Sebastien Loeb of France and his co-driver Daniel Elena drive their Citroen C4 during the first stage of the WRC Portugal Rally in Silves, Portugal, Friday, April 3, 2009.
Two geese chatter in the hippo enclosure in the Zoo in Berlin, Friday, April 3, 2009 on a sunny day in Germany.
Two joeys look out of a mother wallaby's pouch at the small zoo of Gettorf, northern Germany, on Friday, April 3, 2009. One of the two young animals was adopted by the mother, a Tammar Wallaby, (macropus eugenii), zoo officials said.
Plaintiffs in a lawsuit that challenged Iowa's ban against gay marriage, react after hearing that after the Iowa Supreme Court has legalized same-sex marriage, Friday April 3, 2009 in Des Moines, Iowa.
Elderly supporter of the opposition Party of Regions, listen to leaders during a rally at Independence Square in Kiev, Ukraine, Friday, April 3, 2009. Thousands of Ukrainians are protesting government polices amid a worsening financial crisis and demanding early parliamentary elections. About 15,000 to 20,000 protesters waved the Party of Regions blue flags and chanted "No!" on Kiev's main square Friday. This was the latest round of opposition rallies in this ex-Soviet republic struggling to avoid an economic collapse.
The Michigan State mascot stands on the court during a practice session at the men's Final Four NCAA college basketball tournament, Friday, April 3, 2009, in Detroit.
A young Malawian holds up a handwritten sign saying "Adopt me" outside Lilongwe High Court, where the ruling on US pop star Madonna's bid for adoption of 3 year old Chifundo James was taking place, Friday April 3, 2009. A judge has rejected Madonna's request to adopt a second child from Malawi because of a requirement that prospective parents live in the southern African nation for at least 18 months, another judge and a lawyer said Friday.
U.S. singer Madonna visits a devolvement project in Gumulira, Malawi, Friday, April 3, 2009. In a surprise move, a judge on Friday rejected Madonna's request to adopt a second child from Malawi and said it would set a dangerous precedent to bend rules requiring that prospective parents live here for some period.