A boy stands next to some pieces of decoration at an underground shelter in the rebel-held city of Douma, outskirts of Damascus.
Abu Omar, 29, who used to work in construction before the Syrian war, says he dug the underground shelter under his kitchen on his own. He added some pieces of decoration to comfort those afraid of the airstrikes, including some dolls and teddy bears for the kids. Children in his neighborhood use the shelter during airstrikes.
Mount Sinabung on Sumatra Island is seen from Karo unleashing gas and fine rock as it erupts.
Sinabung roared back to life in 2010 for the first time in 400 years and after another period of inactivity it erupted once more in 2013, and has remained highly active since.
Leanna Taylor cries as defense attorney Maddox Kilgore shows the jury a picture of her son Cooper during a murder trial in Brunswick, Georgia for her ex-husband Justin Ross Harris who is accused of intentionally killing Cooper in June 2014 by leaving him in the car in suburban Atlanta.
A coffin is seen in the rubble of the collapsed cemetery of Campi near Norcia a day after a 6.6 magnitude earthquake hit central Italy. It came four days after quakes of 5.5 and 6.1 magnitude hit the same area.
Nine weeks earlier, nearly 300 people died in an August 24 quake that devastated the tourist town of Amatrice at the peak of the holiday season. Italy's most powerful earthquake in 36 years dealt a new blow Sunday to the country's seismically vulnerable heart, sending terrified residents fleeing for the third time in nine weeks and flattening a revered six-century-old church.
A migrant carries a mattress at a makeshift camp at the Boulevard de la Villette, near the Jaures and Stalingrad metro stations, in northern Paris during a police operation aiming at a future evacuation of the camp.
An operation of "administrative control" was underway in the Jaures/Stalingrad quarter before a future evacuation, whose date has not yet been set, according to a police source. The makeshift camp on the outskirts of the 10th and 19th arrondissements in the north of the capital numbers today 2,500 people, according to the City of Paris.