Urbana Warfel, 81, places a rose on the casket of her brother, Korean War solider U.S. Army Sgt. Wilson Meckley, Jr., during his burial ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia. Meckley, of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, was declared missing, then dead, after his unit was overwhelmed by Chinese forces in the late autumn of 1950 but his body was never found. Through DNA testing it was determined that Meckley's remains were among those of at least 600 U.S. servicemen who fought in the Korean War and were returned to the United States by North Korea between 1990 and 1994.
People dressed as Austrian soldiers of the Habsburg dynasty take part in the re-enactment of the battle against Hungary in Tapiobicske, Hungary.
Cincinnati Reds right fielder Jay Bruce reaches for but misses a two-run home run hit by Philadelphia Phillies' Freddy Galvis in the second inning of their opening day baseball game, in Cincinnati.
Pakistani residents cross a flooded street following heavy rain on the outskirts of Peshawar. At least 53 people were killed and 60 injured after heavy rain across northwest Pakistan and areas of Kashmir caused landslides and the roofs of dozens of homes to collapse, officials said.
People pay respect to the dead at Cape Collinson cemetery during the annual Ching Ming Festival in Chai Wan, Hong Kong. Ching Ming literally translates as 'clean and bright', and this is the day that Chinese people sweep the graves of their ancestors. The festival is an important ancestor worship ritual which also requires families to weed graves, touch up headstone inscriptions, make food offerings and light incense.
Visitors row boats in a moat surrounding Edo Castle to admire full-bloom cherry blossoms in Tokyo. Viewing cherry blossoms is a national pastime and cultural event in Japan, where millions of people turn out to admire them annually.
French President Francois Hollande stands near the flag-draped coffin of French writer and academic Alain Decaux during his funeral ceremony at Les Invalides in Paris. French writer and academic Alain Decaux died in Paris at the age of 90, his wife said on March 27.
A mother holds her child as migrants arrive on a Greek coast guard boat at the port of Mytilene, on Lesbos island, after being collected from the sea by the Greek coast guards. Greece sent a first wave of migrants back to Turkey on April 4 under an EU deal that has faced heavy criticism from rights groups. Under the agreement, designed to halt the main influx which comes from Turkey, all "irregular migrants" arriving since March 20 face being sent back, although the deal calls for each case to be examined individually. For every Syrian refugee returned, another Syrian refugee will be resettled from Turkey to the EU, with numbers capped at 72,000.
A family walks through a field at a makeshift camp for migrants and refugees at the Greek-Macedonian border near the village of Idomeni, Greece.