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A man walks past a mural by street artists Stik and Thierry Noir in East London.
Abayed, a six-year-old herding dog, walks with a specially-made wheeled walking aid outside the Humane Center for Animal Welfare near Amman. The dog, whose name means "white", was hospitalised and treated after a bullet pierced his spine and paralysed him some two years ago.
Police advance on a group of protesters as they march the streets following the Summit of Higher Education in Montreal.
Indian commuters travel in a local train in Kolkata, India. Indian Railway Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal is presenting the country's rail budget for next fiscal year in the parliament Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2013. Indian railway network is one of the world's largest, with some 14 million passengers daily and some 64,000 kilometers of railway track cut through some of the most densely populated cities.
Stacy Crain and Al Giannini, both from Rockford, Ill., walk under Anish Kapoor's stainless steel Cloud Gate sculpture in Chicago's Millennium Park, as a winter storm of rain and snow begins. Forecasters expect the storm to leave behind three to six inches of snow in the greater Chicago area.
(Charles Rex Arbogast/AP)
Stephen Knapp (L) is comforted by Charles Maikish, former World Trade Center Director, as mourners and family members of victims participate in a 20th anniversary memorial for victims of the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center in New York.
A pedestrian passes snow covers cars and trees in Kansas City, Mo. The second major snowstorm in a week battered the nation's midsection Tuesday, dropping a half-foot or more of heavy, wet snow across Missouri and Kansas and cutting power to thousands.
(Keith Myers/The Kansas City Star/AP)
Wes Anderson clears the driveway in front of his grandparent's house in Sedalia, Mo. The second major snowstorm in a week battered the nation's midsection Tuesday, dropping a half-foot or more of snow across Missouri and Kansas with gusting winds blew drifts more than 2 feet high creating treacherous driving conditions for those who dared the morning commute.
(Sydney Brink/Sedalia Democrat/AP)
Minnesota Twins first baseman Justin Morneau, left, runs into a fan and spills his drink as Morneau misses a pop foul during first inning MLB Grapefruit League baseball action Dunedin, Fla.
(Nathan Denette/THE CANADIAN PRESS)
Jordan Green, 11, wears a hooded sweatshirt, as he joins other attendees in a candlelight vigil at the exact moment when teenager Trayvon Martin was shot one year ago by neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman in Sanford, Florida. The fatal encounter between Martin and Zimmerman has thrown the spotlight on gun control and Florida's much criticized "Stand Your Ground" statute, also known as a "shoot first" law, which was signed into law by former Governor Jeb Bush in 2005. The attendees symbolically wore hooded sweatshirts as Martin was wearing one at the time of his death.
Ultra-Orthodox Jewish men gather at a yeshiva, a rabbinical seminary, during Purim celebrations in Jerusalem. The Jewish holiday of Purim commemorates the Jews' salvation from genocide in ancient Persia, as recounted in the Book of Esther which is read in synagogues.
A dog looks at Pakistani Kushti wrestlers, right, reflected on a mirror, attend their daily training session in Lahore, Pakistan. Kushti, an Indo-Pakistani form of wrestling, is several thousand years old and is a national sport in Pakistan.