A Romanian boy brushes his teeth in a tent camp after floodwaters from the swollen Danube forced the village of Rast to be evacuated.
A worker attaches a Buddhist name card with a wish on it to a lotus lantern at a temple in Seoul, South Korea. A range of events is planned to mark Buddha's birthday on 5 May.
A believer crosses herself during a re-enactment of Christ being taken down from the cross, near Athens.
In Kathmandu, protesters daub the words "Democracy Square" at a crossroads, after days of protests forced King Gyanendra to say he would return power to the people.
An Iraqi boy examines a soldier's rifle at a checkpoint in the country's capital, Baghdad.
Zeba, a Kashmiri Bakarwal nomad, carries her son at a camp near Srinagar, in Indian-controlled Kashmir. The Bakarwal tribe wanders in search of good pasture for its cattle.
In Baghdad, an Iraqi man shows a snake he has for sale.
A sniffer dog checks out a corgi balloon as crowds gather in Windsor, UK, to mark the Queen's 80th birthday. The Queen is well-known for her love of corgis.
One thousand "trash people" sculptures by artist HA Schult are installed outside Cologne Cathedral in Germany. The work has already been on display in China, Russia and Egypt.