Protesters ride their bikes and hold flags reading "Nuclear power? No thanks" during a demonstration at the nuclear power plant of Biblis in Germany on April 25. Germany canceled plans to build new plants in the aftermath of the nuclear disaster in Japan.
Janet Ohlsen, pictured here in 2009 after completing a triathalon, has battled depression, anxiety and bipolar disorder. After a long search for mental health care, Ohlsen found a psychotherapist with whom she clicked.
Courtesy of Janet Ohlsen
Green car technology is still in its infancy in China, and there's little uniformity in the way of infrastructure to support the vehicles, like this concept car with solar panels, made by Roewe, seen at the Shanghai auto show.
Philippe Lopez/AFP/Getty Images
This 4th century B.C. stone sculpture of Aphrodite, goddess of love, was illegally excavated from Sicily. The Getty Museum purchased it in 1988. In 2007, the Getty agreed to return it — along with 40 other disputed artifacts — to the Italian government. The goddess will be officially installed at her new home — a small museum in Sicily — on Tuesday.
The arrest of the IMF chief and French presidential hopeful Dominique Strauss-Kahn ricocheted through the French political world. Riders of the Paris subway Monday read news coverage of the arrest.
Franck Prevel/Getty Images