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Internally displaced people wait in Pibor. The World Food Programme (WFP) started distributing food to 60,000 internally displaced people in South Sudan.
Indian soldiers train on stunt motorcycles in preparation for an upcoming Republic Day parade in New Delhi, India.
A boy runs to receive alms from pilgrims near the banks of the river Ganges at Harwood Point, south of Kolkata, India.
(Rupak De Chowdhuri/REuters)
A boy selling homemade biscuits and doughnuts waits for customers at his brother's woollen scarf and trousers stall, by the roadside in Quetta , Pakistan.
A refugee waits at a clinic during a visit by UN High Commissioner for Refugees Antonio Guterres to the Shagarab Eritrean Refugees camp at Kassala in East Sudan.
Anti-government protesters run through tear gas during clashes between protesters and riot police in the village of Diraz, Bahrain.
(Hamad I Mohammed/Reuters)
A volunteer feeds a herring to a seal at the Pieterburen seal creche, north of the town of Groningen, northern Netherlands. Storms that have lashed the Dutch coast this year have created a wave of orphaned baby seals.
A 700-year-old letter, believed to have been in the possession of William Wallace, is displayed at the National Records of Scotland. The letter from King Philip of France to his officials at the Vatican will go on display until 2014.
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper speaks to workers at the Halifax Shipyard in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Harper announced an agreement in principle for the yard to construct warships for the Canadian Navy.
A horse-drawn carriage makes its way down a street in Old Montreal during a snowfall.
(Paul Chiasson/The Canadian Press)