Saturday in Pictures: January 16
See a refugee rescue, a valley of clouds and more of Saturday's best news photos.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif addresses a news conference at the United Nations building in Vienna on Jan. 16, 2016. International sanctions on Iran were lifted Saturday after the United Nations nuclear agency declared Tehran had fulfilled their commitment to scale back its nuclear program.
A German Air Force transport plane carrying the coffins of 10 German tourists killed Tuesday in a suicide bomb attack in Istanbul arrives in Berlin. The suicide bomber set off the explosion just steps away from the landmark Blue Mosque. Authorities said the victims ranged in age from 51 to 73.
Soldiers take position outside the Hotel Splendide during an attack on the hotel and a cafe by Al-Qaeda linked militants early on Jan. 16.
Ahmad Zarour, 32, from Syria, reacts after his rescue by MOAS (Migrant Offshore Aid Station) while attempting to reach the Greek island of Agathonisi in the Agean Sea early on Jan. 16. Maltese-based MOAS rescued 48 migrants and refugees near Agathonisi island.
Cars make their way through snow near Hanover, Germany, early on Jan. 16.
North Carolina's Kennedy Meeks celebrates during a game against North Carolina State in Chapel Hill. North Carolina won 67-55.
A family looks out over thick clouds blanketing the country's prominent wine-growing region, Tokaj, from the top of Mountain Nagykopasz, Hungary.
People watch the inauguration of a giant fountain at a park in Lima, Peru, on Jan. 15.