Roberto Silva, 31, holds his 3-year-old son, Adil Noe Silva, at the CURE Orthopedic Pediatric Hospital in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. Adil has spina bifida, and the doctors straightened his legs so that hopefully he will be able to walk with braces on his legs. The nonprofit hospital treats children with bone deformities such as clubfeet, dislocated hips and fused fingers.
This Sept. 26, 2009, satellite image shows a facility under construction inside a mountain located about 20 miles north northeast of Qom, Iran. It's believed Iran plans to start enriching uranium at the previously secret facility in 2011. The recent revelation of a document purportedly from Iran about a nuclear trigger device further fuels suspicions about the country's nuclear ambitions.
AP/GeoEye Satellite Image, IHS Jane's Analysis
Nick Bairatchnyi, 12, has been a member of the National Cathedral Boy Choristers for four years. Nick, now a seventh-grader, first tried out for a solo in the fourth grade.