A lot has been happening this week around the world, as the search for the missing Malaysian airplane still continues, another disaster has also struck the pacific, searchers and divers are now also looking for bodies believed to be trapped in the sunken Sewol ferry.
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A Greater Adjutant Stork flies by a ragpicker looking for recyclable items at a garbage dump on Earth Day, on the outskirts of Gauhati, India. People across the globe hold events to celebrate the Earth’s environment and spread awareness on how to conserve natural resources on Earth Day. (Anupam Nath / AP)
A woman cries while praying during a candlelight vigil in Ansan, to commemorate the victims of capsized passenger ship Sewol and to wish for the safe return of missing passengers. (Kim Hong-Ji/Reuters)
Christ the Redeemer, the giant monument and tourist magnet that looms atop Mount Corcovado, is surrounded by clouds in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Christophe Simon/AFP)
Unidentified women try to comfort a wailing relative, center, of Ghulam Nabi, a rural body head of a pro-Indian party, during a joint funeral procession of Ghulam and his son Firdous Ahmad at Batgund village, some 40 kilometers (25 miles) south of Srinagar, India. Police say suspected rebels have killed three men in Indian Kashmir ahead of voting in general elections this week.More than a dozen rebel groups have been fighting for Kashmir’s independence from India or merger with Pakistan since 1989. (Mukhtar Khan/AP)
A resident gestures during a protest against the death of a man in Pavao-Pavaozinho slum, in the Copacabana neighborhood in Rio de Janeiro. (Lucas Landau/Reuters)
An E.T. doll is seen while construction workers prepare to dig into a landfill in Alamogordo, N.M.. Producers of a documentary are digging in the landfill in search of millions of cartridges of the Atari ‘E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial’ game that has been called the worst game in the history of videogaming. A New York Times article from 1983 reported that Atari cartridges of “E.T. The Extraterrestrial” were dumped in the landfill in Alamogordo. (Juan Carlos Llorca/AP)
U.S. President Barack Obama acts out the line “gnashed their terrible teeth” from the children’s book “Where the Wild Things Are” during the 136th annual Easter Egg Roll on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington. (Kevin Lamarque/Reuters)
Searchers and divers look for bodies believed to be trapped in the sunken Sewol ferry near buoys marking the vessel’s location off the southern coast near Jindo, South Korea. Divers made their way deeper Thursday into the submerged wreck of a ferry that sank more than a week ago. The death toll continues to rise and relatives of the more than 140 still missing pressed the government to finish the grim task of recovery soon. (Yonhap)
Turkish soldiers stand in line during a ceremony celebrating the 99th anniversary of Anzac Day in Canakkale, Turkey. The day marks the first time the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) landed on the Gallipoli peninsula in the ill-fated Allied campaign to take the Dardanelles Strait from the Ottoman Empire. About 11,500 ANZAC troops were killed during the campaign. (Bulent Kilic / AFP – Getty Images)
Police try to disperse protesters with fire hoses as they approached the U.S. Embassy in Manila during a rally against a visit by President Barack Obama in the Philippines. Police armed with truncheons, shields and a fire hose clashed with more than 100 left-wing activists. (Bullit Marquez / AP)
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un guides a rocket launching drill of women’s sub-units under KPA Unit 851, in this undated photo released by North Korea’s Korean Central News Agency. (KCNA)
Pro-Russian protesters throw eggs at pro-Ukrainian activists in Donetsk, eastern Ukraine. (Sergei Grits / AP)