Today in Pictures: May 1

See Sunday's top 10 news photos.

Alleged Peruvian drug trafficker Gerson Galvez shouts at the press as he is escorted by police officers into a Peruvian Air Force plane, in Bogota, Colombia. Galvez who is one of Peru's most wanted criminals was captured by the Colombian police in Medellin on Saturday and was handed over to the Peruvian authorities. Fernando Vergara / AP

One of the 33 Lions enjoys his new enclosure at the Emoya Big Cat Sanctuary in Vaalwater, South Africa. 22 male and 11 female circus lions from Peru and Colombia were airlifted to South Africa yesterday, before being released today to live out their lives on the private reserve in the Limpopo Province.

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Chris Buescher, driver of the #34 Love's Travel Stops/CSX-Play it Safe Ford, has an on track incident during the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series GEICO 500 at Talladega Superspeedway in Talladega, Alabama. Jerry Markland / Getty Images
Riot police run as a woman falls down during a May Day rally in the Kreuzberg district of Berlin. KAY NIETFELD / EPA
Wizz Air's Airbus A-321 flies along the Danibe river during an air show in Budapest, Hungary. LASZLO BALOGH / Reuters
Scorch marks are seen in a residential building in Eisleben, Germany. Local police suspect arson with a potential xenophobic background since German, Syrian and Afghan families are currently residing in the building. JENS WOLF / EPA
Iraqi women walk past a damaged car following a twin suicide bombing attack, claimed by the Islamic State group, in the southern Iraqi city of Samawah, situated deep in Iraq's Shiite heartland. HAIDAR HAMDANI / AFP - Getty Images
Iraqi supporters of Shiite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr gather in the parade grounds outside the parliament the day after breaking into Baghdad's heavily fortified "Green Zone" after lawmakers again failed to approve new ministers. AHMAD AL-RUBAYE / AFP - Getty Images
Police stand in formation as they clash with protesters at a traditional May Day demonstration in Paris. MIGUEL MEDINA / AFP - Getty Images
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta set fire to the world's largest ivory bonfire, after demanding a total ban on trade in tusks and horns to end "murderous" trafficking and prevent the extinction of elephants in the wild. FREDRIK LERNERYD / AFP - Getty Images