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Four-year-old bengal tiger "Mulan Jamila" plays with keeper Soleh at Al Khaffah Islamic school in Malang, Indonesia's East Java province. The tiger, a gift from a friend, is kept as a pet at the school under a government permit, according to the school.

SIGIT PAMUNGKAS/REUTERS

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An anti-Mursi protester stands with the national flag after protesters burn Muslim Brotherhood buses during clashes near the Muslim Brotherhoodís national headquarters in Cairo’s Moqattam district.

AMR ABDALLAH DALSH/REUTERS

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Women wait to participate in the "Miss Spring with Disabilities" beauty contest in Tlaquepaque. Some 14 women and girls from low-income neighbourhoods with different disabilities participated in the beauty contest to mark World Down Syndrome Day.

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A local fisherman stands in his boat on the shores of Lake Ilopango in Ilopango, on the outskirts of San Salvador. Fishermen and members of the Friends of Lake Ilopango periodically clean the lake for weekend visitors and also to keep the fish population healthy.

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A student of Rabindra Bharati University reacts as her fellow students apply coloured powder to her face during celebrations for Holi, also known as the festival of colours in Kolkata. The traditional event heralds the beginning of spring and is celebrated all over India.

RUPAK DE CHOWDHURI/REUTERS

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Policemen are deployed to provide security amid riots in Meikhtila. Unrest between Buddhists and Muslims in central Myanmar has reduced neighbourhoods to ashes and stoked fears that last year's sectarian bloodshed is spreading into the country's heartland in a test of Asia's newest democracy.

Soe Zeya Tun/REUTERS

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A woman visits a World War Two memorial, with tombs seen covered with snow, in the former village of Khatyn, some 60 km northeast of Minsk. Nazi troops killed 149 villagers on March 22, 1943, most of them children and women, and burned down their houses and the village was never restored again, according to historians.

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A man surfs in floodlight on the artificial wave of the ice stream in the English Garden in Munich, southern Germany.

Peter Kneffel/AP

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Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge cooks bread twists during her visit to the Great Tower Scout Camp at Newby Bridge in Cumbria, northern England.

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A girl wearing a hood as a penitent sits in her classroom at a school on the eve of Holy Week in the Andalusian capital of Seville, southern Spain.

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Indian Hindu devotees smeared with colors sing at the Nandagram temple, famous for Lord Krishna and his brother Balram, during Lathmar holy festival, in Nandgaon, India.

Manish Swarup/AP

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Fishermen collect young fishes in their net during the traditional Poutine fishing in Cagnes-Sur-Mer, southeastern France. Poutine are minute baby sardines which are exclusively fished between Antibes and Menton on the French Riviera for only 45 days each year at the end of the winter and fetch around 30 Euros per kilos at market.

ERIC GAILLARD/REUTERS

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A native Indian reacts as military police officers evict a native Indian community living at the Brazilian Indian Museum in Rio de Janeiro. Brazilian military police took position early morning outside the abandoned museum, where the community of around 30 native Indians have been living in since 2006.

RICARDO MORAES/REUTERS

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Gabriela Castro, 7, watches a 7-month-old female sea otter that was found stranded in Alaska swim at the Vancouver Aquarium in Vancouver, B.C. The otter was flown to Vancouver this week and unveiled to the public Friday.

DARRYL DYCK/THE CANADIAN PRESS

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