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Members of the Samaritan sect take part in a traditional pilgrimage marking the holiday of Passover atop Mount Gerizim near the West Bank city of Nablus April 30, 2013. The Samaritans, who trace their roots to the biblical Kingdom of Israel in what is now the northern occupied West Bank, observe religious practices similar to those of Judaism.

AMMAR AWAD/REUTERS

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Charlie Cole tends to one of his Cabrito goats on Broughgammon Farm near the town of Ballycastle in northern Ireland April 30, 2013. Cole takes the kid goats which are a by product of the dairy industry and farms them for their meat, which has become more popular after the recent horsemeat scandals.

CATHAL MCNAUGHTON/Reuters

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Demonstrators scuffle with the police after lawmakers by majority vote approved an EU bailout, outside the parliament in the Cypriot capital of Nicosia April 30, 2013. Cyprus's parliament approved an EU bailout on Tuesday which will force it to wind down its second-largest bank and impose heavy losses on uninsured depositors at another, conditions that have intensified calls from islanders to exit the euro. The sign in the background reads, "No."

ANDREAS MANOLIS/Reuters

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A Christie's member of staff displays a pear-shaped, D colour, flawless diamond of 101.73 carats during an auction preview in Geneva April 30, 2013. The successful buyer will have the privilege to give the gemstone a name as it is the first time this item is offered on sale. It is expected to sell around CHF 28,000,000 (US$ 30,000,000) when it goes into auction May 15, 2013 in Geneva.

DENIS BALIBOUSE/REUTERS

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Trainer Rudy Rodriguez watches Kentucky Derby hopeful Vyjack get a bath after a workout at Churchill Downs Tuesday, April 30, 2013, in Louisville, Ky.

Charlie Riedel/AP

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A worker climbs outside an Apple store in Hong Kong April 10, 2013. Apple apologised to Chinese consumers last Monday and altered iPhone warranty policies in its No. 2 market after more than two weeks of condemnation in the state-run media of its after-sales service. With its rare apology, Apple Inc went from pariah to praiseworthy in the eyes of China's state-controlled media, a lesson for other foreign firms not to underestimate the speed and power of the government press.

BOBBY YIP/REUTERS

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A boy spits water from his mouth as he swims on the Bagmati River to cool off on a hot day in Kathmandu April 30, 2013.

NAVESH CHITRAKAR/REUTERS

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Dancers audition to join the world famous Rockettes at New York City's Radio City Music hall, April 30, 2013. Hundreds of aspiring dancers try out each year for a spot with the dance company to star in the Radio City Christmas Spectacular.

MIKE SEGAR/REUTERS

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A woman wearing orange, the royal color, celebrates the new King Willem-Alexander which succedes his mother Queen Beatrix, in Amsterdam's Dam Square April 30, 2013. Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands abdicated on Tuesday, handing over to her eldest son, Willem-Alexander, who became the first King of the Netherlands in over 120 years.

LAURENT DUBRULE/REUTERS

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People watch Queen Beatrix's abdication ceremony on a giant screen in Amsterdam's Dam Square April 30, 2013. Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands abdicated on Tuesday, handing over to her eldest son, Willem-Alexander (R), who became the first King of the Netherlands in over 120 years.

Kevin Coombs/REUTERS

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Astronaut Chris Hadfield poses for a photo with a new polymer $5 bank note on Tuesday, April 30, 2013.

Sean Kilpatrick/THE CANADIAN PRESS

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Afghani women look out over Kabul from the Naderkhan hill in Kabul, Afghanistan, Tuesday, April, 30, 2013. The Taliban were thrown out 12 years ago ending five years of rule and regressive laws that enforced a tribal tradition and culture more than religious compulsions, denying girls schools and ordering women to stay indoors unless accompanied by a male.

Ahmad Jamshid/AP

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Bahraini anti-government protesters are reflected in rain water during a protest in support of Hisham al-Sabbagh, a jailed leader of the recently banned opposition Amal society, who was arrested last week in Sanabis, Bahrain, Tuesday April 30, 2013.

Hasan Jamali/AP

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A window washer cleans the glass exterior of Belmont House, a commercial office building, in downtown Dartmouth, N.S. on Tuesday, April 30, 2013.

Andrew Vaughan/THE CANADIAN PRESS

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