Bangalore, April 26: US President Barack Obama arrived in South Korea today where he addressed U.S. military personnel at U.S. military base Yongsan Garrison.
Meanwhile, a fire broke out in Manila that gutted more than a dozen apartments on Saturday. Authorities said no one was injured in the incident but estimated the damaged to be at least 3 million pesos ($67,000).
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Explosion rocks North Bend
Debris is strewn over the roadway at the scene of a large explosion in North Bend. A big explosion and fire destroyed three buildings, damaged several others, sent debris flying for blocks and jolted people awake early Friday, firefighters and North Bend residents said.
Fire in Manila
Firemen train their hose at a still-smoldering row of houses following an early morning fire that gutted more than a dozen apartments in Manila, Philippines.
Friends, family remember Maren Sanchez
Friends and family including many students from Jonathan Law High School attend a memorial service at the First United Church of Christ in Milford for Maren Sanchez who was killed at the school on Friday April 25, 2014.
Barack Obama in Seoul
U.S. President Barack Obama addresses U.S. military personnel at U.S. military base Yongsan Garrison in Seoul, South Korea.
Let's fight little ones !
Held by college sumo wrestlers, a couple of babies get ready for their Naki Sumo or Crying Baby Contest at Sensoji Buddhist temple in Tokyo.
Following the lead
Ducklings follow their parents on Friday, April 25, 2014, in Santa Clara, California.
Michael Tinsley wins in Drake Relays athletics
Javier Culson, from left, Johnny Dutch and Michael Tinsley clear the final hurdle during the men's special 400 hurdles at the Drake Relays athletics meet in Des Moines, Iowa. Tinsley won, with Culson second and Dutch third.
MIchael Phelps in action
Michael Phelps, foreground, dives into the pool during the men's 50-meter freestyle preliminaries at the Arena Grand Prix swim meet in Mesa, Arizona.
Virgin Airlines is all smiles
Virgin America flight attendants kick up their shoes during a news conference at Dallas Love Field. The airline said on Friday that it had won the rights to fly from Dallas to New York, Washington, D.C., Los Angeles and San Francisco.