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Malaysian opposition supporters climb on a gate as they listen a speech by Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim during a rally at a stadium in Petaling Jaya, near Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The rally was to protest what they say are fraud-marred election results that enabled the long-ruling coalition to cling to power.

Lai Seng Sin/AP

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A man feeds pigeons outside the Hazrat Ali, or Blue Mosque, in Mazar-e-Sharif, Afghanistan.

OMAR SOBHANI/REUTERS

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Tourists sail traditional boats in the Beihai military water tunnels on the island of Nangan in the Matsu archipelago, off northern Taiwan. The Matsu archipelago, which was once front line against China, is now a military tourist spot.

Pichi Chuang/Reuters

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Christian supporters of Imran Khan, Pakistani cricketer-turned-politician and chairman of political party Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), hold placards as they light candles next to a portrait of Khan in Lahore. Khan injured his head after falling off a mechanical lift raising him onto a stage at a rally on Tuesday four days before national elections.

STRINGER/PAKISTAN/REUTERS

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Five-year-old Sophia Ciano Gwin collects fallen magnolia petals from the ground beneath a flowering tree at the University of Wisconsin Arboretum during a visit to the Madison, Wis., nature preserve with her mother.

John Hart/AP

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Gina DeJesus arrives at her home in Cleveland, Ohio. DeJesus, Michelle Knight, Amanda Berry and Berry's 6-year-old daughter escaped a Cleveland home where they were held captive. DeJesus, now 23, vanished aged 14 in 2004.

JOHN GRESS/REUTERS

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A bumblebee lifts off a rapeseed flower in Duisburg, Germany.

Frank Augstein/AP

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A government employee shouts slogans from inside a police vehicle after he was detained by police during a protest in Srinagar, Kashmir. Indian police detained dozens of employees on Wednesday during a protest demanding a greater regularization of temporary jobs and a hike in salary, according to protesters.

DANISH ISMAIL/REUTERS

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Schoolgirls collect their free mid-day meals, distributed by a government-run primary school, in New Delhi. India may soon pass a new law to give millions more people cheap food, fulfilling an election promise of the ruling Congress party that could cost about $23 billion a year and take a third of annual grain production.

MANSI THAPLIYAL/REUTERS

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Hundreds of participants take park in a giant yoga class during the lunch hour on the front lawn of Parliament Hill in Ottawa. The photo was made with a tilt shift lens.

Dave Chan/The Globe and Mail

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Toronto-based artists Daniel Borins and Jennifer Marman unveil their artwork which covers the hoarding surrounding a condominium under construction in Toronto's Yorkville neighbourhood.

Michelle Siu/The Globe and Mail

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