Dong Changsheng, 44, pulls a car for about 10m (30ft) with his lower eyelids in Changchun in Jilin Province, China, one of the stunts he performs with the help of breathing exercises.
A racing pig appears to fly through the air at the Royal Melbourne Show, Australia, where city dwellers get the chance to sample rural life.
A model wears a Moschino creation during Milan fashion week.
An explosives expert prepares to detonate a live unexploded "bomblet" dropped by Israel on the southern Lebanese village of Majdal Silm.
A diver follows a ray shark at Sydney Aquarium on a routine trip to clean tank windows.
In Istanbul, a Roma gypsy child stands in the street in Sulukule, an area earmarked for a revamp by local authorities.
Museum curators in Oslo display the lightly torn canvas of Edvard Munch's painting The Scream, recovered after being stolen in 2004 and due to be exhibited tomorrow.
In Manchester, a delegate to the governing Labour party's annual conference shows his support for embattled Prime Minister Tony Blair.
At a camp outside the Somali capital, Mogadishu, local militias receive firearms training from the Union of Islamic Courts, which controls most of the country's south.
A model on the catwalk in Wellington, New Zealand, at the World of Wearable Arts festival in the city.