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Jason Froese general manager of JD Farmers with three month old turkeys at his farm in Langley April 2, 2014. JD Farmers farmers produces turkeys which are grain fed and antibiotic free.

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Ukrainian acting President Oleksandr Turchynov (C) visits a military exhibition near the settlement of Desna in Chernigov region, April 2, 2014. Russia has massed all the forces it needs on Ukraine's border if it were to decide to carry out an "incursion" into the country, and it could achieve its objective in three to five days, NATO's top military commander said on Wednesday.

VALENTYN OGIRENKO/REUTERS

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Fishermen try to salvage their boats in the aftermath of an earthquake and tsunami that hit the northern port of Iquique, April 2, 2014. The earthquake, with a magnitude of 8.2, struck off the coast of northern Chile near the copper exporting port of Iquique on Tuesday evening, killing six and triggering the tsunami that pounded the shore with 2-meter (7-foot) waves.

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Teodocio Perez, 71, covered with a thin layer of wet sand, looks out at the Pacific Ocean during his morning exercises on the Playa de Pescadores shore in Lima, Peru, Wednesday, April 2, 2014. Chilean authorities discovered surprisingly light damage Wednesday from a magnitude-8.2 quake that struck in the Pacific Ocean, Tuesday evening, near the mining port of Iquique, about 87 miles from the Peruvian border. Tsunami warnings issued for Chile, Peru and Ecuador have been lifted. Six deaths have been reported.

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An Afghan family spends their time outdoors observing the ancient festival of Sizdeh Bedar, an annual public picnic day on the 13th day of the Iranian new year, in Tehran, Iran, Wednesday, April 2, 2014. Sizdeh Bedar, which comes from the Farsi words for “thirteen” and “day out,” is a legacy from Iran’s pre-Islamic past that hard-liners in the Islamic Republic never managed to erase from calendars. People in Turkey, Azerbaijan, Iraq, Afghanistan and some central Asian countries also celebrate the festival.

Ebrahim Noroozi/AP

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David Gould picks up his order from the Hogtown Smokes food truck set up on Nathan Phillips Square on April 2.2014. Inside city hall, councillors were debating loosening restrictions for food trucks in the city.

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Toronto Mayor Rob Ford greets the people working in food trucks that were set up on Nathan Phillips Square on April 2.2014. Inside city hall, councillors were debating loosening restrictions for food trucks in the city.

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Fighters from Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) burn confiscated cigarettes in the city of Raqqa April 2, 2014.

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A Harbour Air seaplane takes off from the harbour in Vancouver, B.C., as buildings in North Vancouver are seen in the distance on Wednesday April 2, 2014.

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Emily Herren takes a picture with her phone as she visits the Flower Fields, Wednesday, April 2, 2014, in Carlsbad, Calif. A longtime Southern California attraction, the April blooms of colorful Ranunculus flowers at this roadside farm are a springtime tradition.

Gregory Bull/AP

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This image provided by the San Diego Zoo shows a 4-day-old hippopotamus calf poking its head out of the water at the San Diego Zoo, Wednesday, April 2, 2014, in San Diego. This is the mothers, Funani’s fifth calf and the first one in three years since she gave birth to Adama in 2011. The calf is on exhibit now with its parents Otis and Funani.

Tammy Spratt/AP

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Cristiano Ronaldo of Real Madrid (L) falls over Henrikh Mkhitaryan of Borussia Dortmund during their Champions League quarter-final first leg soccer match at Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid April 2, 2014.

JAVIER BARBANCHO/REUTERS

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