Christian Orthodox pilgrims attend a mass at the site on the Jordan River where it is believed Jesus Christ was baptized.
A cyclist pedals through the snow in Richmond Park, London.
People ride motorcycles through a flooded street in the business district in Jakarta, Indonesia, Friday. Emergency crews laboured to get the city back on its feet after a state of emergency was announced Thursday.
Roosters attack each other during a rooster fight as part of the Jonbeel festival near Jagiroad, India, Friday.
Performers dressed in Lama monk costumes blow horns during a ceremony marking the beginning of a winter fishing festival in Kangping county, Liaoning province, China.
A giant sculpture of a baby titled "Planet" is unveiled in Singapore at the Gardens By The Bay. "Planet" was created by British artist Marc Quinn in 2008 and represents a 7-month-old child and is made of painted bronze and steel, with the illusion of being weightless and suspended in mid-air.
Silver medallist Mark McMorris of Regina, Sask., competes in the men's Slopestyle finals at the FIS Snowboard World Championship in Stoneham, Quebec.
(Jacques Boissinot/THE CANADIAN PRESS)
Elanore Lee, 7, yells as she makes her way down Spring Road on a sled with friend Sam Mikkelson, 9, in Roanoke, Virginia. A winter storm deposited several inches of snow in the area.
Grand Chief Derek Nepinak of the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs talks to reporters on Parliament Hill in Ottawa. Aboriginal leaders are again asking for a meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Canadian Governor General David Johnston to discuss treaty issues.
People work on the Virgin of the Socavon (patron saint of miners) statue during its construction on the Santa Barbara hill on the outskirts of the Oruro, some 200 km south of La Paz, Bolivia. The statue measures 45 metres in height and is expected to be completed by February 2, 2013.
A man takes a dip in an icy spring as part of celebrations to mark the Epiphany east of Almaty, Kazakhstan, early Saturday morning. Orthodox believers immerse themselves in icy waters to commemorate the baptism of Jesus Christ in the Jordan River.
Jeremy Harder and his sons Cole, 9, and Kade, 6, play hockey in their homemade Jets arena in the basement of their home in Schanzenfeld, Manitoba.
(John Woods for The Globe and Mail)
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