Kelly Giddens helps University of Alabama law student Daniel Hinton remove belongings from his destroyed home in the Cedar Crest neighborhood in Tuscaloosa.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Jessica McGowan / Getty ImagesLink
Firefighters search the rubble of a home in the Alberta City section of Tuscaloosa. Dozens of tornadoes ripped through the South, flattening homes and businesses and killing at least 250 people in six states.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Jay Reeves / Associated PressLink
University of Alabama Air Force ROTC cadet Kristin Wolse, left, carries a dog she and other students rescued from a house hit by a tornado in the Alberta City area of Tuscaloosa. The dog died soon after this image was made.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Jay Reeves / Associated PressLink
Kate Middleton arrives at the Goring Hotel with her sister, Pippa, left, after visiting Westminster Abbey in London.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Christopher Furlong / Getty ImagesLink
Fans of the royals dressed as the king and queen of hearts walk along the Mall ahead of Friday's royal wedding, when Britain's Prince William will marry Kate Middleton at Westminster Abbey.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: PIERRE-PHILIPPE MARCOU / AFP / Getty ImagesLink
Students at Florence Nightingale Middle School students protest proposed cutbacks in the L.A. school's music program.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Irfan Khan / Los Angeles TimesLink
Supermodel Gisele Bündchen poses for pictures inside a shop window during the launch of her women's clothing collection.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Andre Penner / Associated PressLink
Gustavus Adolphus' Janey Helland hits the sand during the long jump event in the heptathlon at the Drake Relays meet.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Charlie Neibergall / Associater PressLink
Romeo Guzman places cameras prior to Friday's launch of the Endeavour at the John F. Kennedy Space Center.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Roberto Gonzalez / Getty ImagesLink
Yemeni anti-government protesters shout slogans during a demonstration demanding the resignation of Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh as Yemen's opposition accused Saleh's regime of massacring peaceful protesters in a bid to derail a transition plan.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: MOHAMMED HUWAIS / AFP / Getty ImagesLink
A follower of Ugandan opposition leader Kizza Besigye bleeds from his head moments after he and other sympathizers of Besigye are beaten. Besigye was arrested for the fourth time this month. Food and fuel prices have soared in the eastern African country recently, with President Yoweri Museveni blaming inflation on meteorological and global economic factors, but protesters see it as a result of bad governance.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: MARC HOFER / AFP / Getty ImagesLink
A zebra yawns at the Heidelberg Zoo.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: MARIUS BECKER / AFP / Getty ImagesLink
A Nigerian woman displaced during post-election violence that followed last week's presidential polls takes a nap on a mat at a military barracks where she and others went to seek refuge.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: TONY KARUMBA / AFP / Getty ImagesLink
An Indian Kashmiri boatman rows across Dal Lake during a rain shower. Spring has arrived after a long, harsh winter, and those in the local tourism industry are hoping that summer will herald a renewal of the tourist rush to the scenic region.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA / AFP / Getty ImagesLink
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