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Two eight-week-old white tiger (Panthera tigris) cubs are seen after a medical examination by veterinary surgeons at Bratislava Zoo. Three white tigers, a male named Adzaj and two females Adisa and Asira were presented to the media for the first time on Friday.

RADOVAN STOKLASA/REUTERS

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A protester, who opposes Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi, flashes the victory sign and shouts slogans at riot police in front of the presidential palace in Cairo. Egyptians marched and chanted against Islamist President Mursi in cities across the country on Friday and several hundred attacked the presidential palace with petrol bombs and rocks.

AMR ABDALLAH DALSH/REUTERS

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A man shovels snow as Toronto is gripped by a winter storm.

Chris Young/The Globe and Mail

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Indian women Hindu devotees dry their cloths after a dip at Sangam, the confluence of the Rivers Ganges, Yamuna and mythical Saraswati, in Allahabad, India. Millions of Hindu pilgrims are attending the Maha Kumbh festival, which is one of the world's largest religious gatherings that lasts 55 days and falls every 12 years. During the festival pilgrims bathe in the holy Ganges River in a ritual they believe can wash away their sins.

Manish Swarup/AP

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Robert Burck, aka the "Naked Cowboy," performs in Times Square as it snows in New York. Snow began falling across the Northeast on Friday, ushering in what was predicted to be a huge, possibly historic blizzard and sending residents scurrying to stock up on food and gas up their cars. The storm could dump 1 to 3 feet of snow from New York City to Boston and beyond.

Frank Franklin II/AP

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Thousands of Tunisians attend the funeral of slain opposition leader Chokri Belaid at el Jallez cemetery near Tunis. The Wednesday Feb. 6 assassination of prominent government critic Chokri Belaid plunged the country into one of its deepest political crises since the overthrow of the dictatorship in 2011.

Amine Landoulsi/AP

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A Tunisian woman walks past burning cars during clashes with the police near the cemetery where thousands of Tunisians are gathered to attend the funerals of slain opposition leader Chokri Belaid, near Tunis. The Wednesday Feb. 6 assassination of prominent government critic Chokri Belaid plunged the country into one of its deepest political crises since the overthrow of the dictatorship in 2011.

Amine Landoulsi/AP

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A reveller dances during the annual block party known as 'Carmelitas', one of the many carnival parties to take place in the neighbourhoods of Rio de Janeiro.

PILAR OLIVARES/REUTERS

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