Today in Pictures: May 6

See the best 10 news pictures from the past 24 hours.

Manuela Herzer, the former girlfriend of 92 year-old Sumner Redstone, controlling shareholder of Viacom and CBS, heads back into court where she is suing to be reinstated as the person in charge of Redstone's health care, in Los Angeles, Calif.

Redstone made nasty comments about Herzer in a videotaped deposition played in court on Friday.

Kevork Djansezian / Reuters

 A swing set with the swings burned away sits in a residential neighborhood destroyed by wildfire on Friday in Fort McMurray, Alberta.

Photos: Entire City Flees Raging Wildfire in Canada

Scott Olson / Getty Images

A Pakistani boy holds wheat crop overhead in a field in Peshawar, Pakistan.

Wheat is the leading grain of Pakistan and occupies a central position in agricultural policy.

Mohammad Sajjad / AP

Vehicles are flooded after heavy rain in Yongzhou, Hunan Province, southern China. Picture was taken on May 5.


People take pictures of the installation 'Affluent No. 2' (2016) by Humberto Diaz in the exhibition 'Kuba Libre,' at the Kunsthalle museum in Rostock, Germany.

Bernd Wuestneck / dpa via AP

Plain clothes police officers point their guns at an assailant who attempted to shoot prominent Turkish journalist Can Dundar, outside a courthouse in Istanbul, Turkey on Friday.

Can Erok / Cumhuriyet via Reuters

Five-month-old Laura undergoes a medical test at the University of Sao Paulo (USP) in Brazil on April 28, 2016. Photo was made available on May 6.

Laura was born with microcephaly while her twin brother Lucas does not suffer from the condition. Among the mysteries facing doctors in Brazil battling Zika virus are cases of women giving birth to twins with only one suffering from microcephaly.

Nacho Doce / Reuters

Gang truce mediator Raul Mijango, right, is secured by the police in a court after his arrest on allegations of bringing banned objects into prisons and being an associate of gang members, in San Salvador, El Salvador.


Members of the Israeli urban artist group 'Ensemble Prizma' perform during a walking tour as part of the 'Jane's Walk' festival in central Jerusalem, Israel. 

Jane's Walk is a global walking tour movement, inspired by U.S.-Canadian author and activist Jane Jacobs.


Paper offerings featuring a pair of shoes and a hand bag are displayed at a store in Hong Kong. Gucci and its parent company apologized Friday after drawing heavy criticism for a warning to some Hong Kong shops not to sell paper offerings for the deceased resembling the fashion brand's luxury products.

See the best news photos of the week here.

Kin Cheung / AP