Wong Maye-E | AP
A model showcases a creation by French designer Yin Yiqing Friday, Nov. 30, 2012 in Singapore during the French Couture 2012 Singapore fashion show.
Cliff Owen | AP
Derailed freight train cars lay in water in Paulsboro, N.J., Friday, Nov. 30, 2012. People in three southern New Jersey towns were told Friday to stay inside after the freight train derailed and several tanker cars carrying hazardous materials toppled from a bridge and into a creek.
Susan Walsh | AP
President Barack Obama waves after speaking at the Rodon Group, which manufactures over 95 percent of the parts for K'NEX Brands toys, Friday, Nov. 30, 2012, in Hatfield, Pa. The visit comes as the White House continues a week of public outreach efforts, while also attempting to negotiate a deal with congressional leaders.
Gemunu Amarasinghe | AP
Opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi reaches for supporters as she leaves after a public meeting close to Letpadaung mine in Monywa, northwestern Myanmar, Friday, Nov. 30, 2012. Suu Kyi is urging a negotiated resolution to protests over a military-backed copper mine in northwestern Myanmar after the government's biggest crackdown on demonstrators since reformist President Thein Sein took office last year.
Orlin Wagner | AP
Mark and Cindy Hill hold a Powerball check with their three of their four children, Jarod, left, Cody and six-year-old Jaiden in Dearborn, Mo., Friday, Nov. 30, 2012.
Jerome Delay | AP
M23 rebels withdraw from the Masisi and Sake areas in the eastern Congo town of Sake, some 27 kms west of Goma, Friday Nov. 30, 2012. Rebels in Congo believed to be backed by Rwanda postponed their departure Friday from the key eastern city of Goma by 48 hours for logistical reasons, defying for a second time an ultimatum set by neighboring African countries and backed by Western diplomats. The delay raises the possibility that the M23 rebels dont intend to leave the city they seized last week, giving credence to a United Nations Group of Experts report which argues that neighboring Rwanda is using the rebels as a proxy to annex territory in mineral-rich eastern Congo.
Amine Landoulsi | AP
A woman from the Tunisian town of Siliana demonstrates with a poster reading: "Justice is cheaper than gun fires" , Thursday, Nov. 30, 2012 in Tunis. Tunisia's Prime Minister accused opposition parties and unions Thursday of provoking three days of violent clashes in Siliana and pleaded for patience while the government tackles the nation's economic problems. The army had to intervene Thursday between police and protesters in the interior town of Siliana to stave off another day of clashes as striking residents demanded jobs, government investment and the resignation of the local governor.