Student protesters burn tires during a protest against the government's plans to raise fuel prices in Medan, Indonesia. (Tarmizy Harva/Reuters)
Men throw water onto a woman as part of traditional Easter celebrations in Holloko, Hungary. Watering of the girls is a Hungarian tribal fertility ritual rooted in the area's pre-Christian past. (Laszlo Balogh/Reuters)
People peer over a fence to watch a soldier from The Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment during a riding lesson at the Hyde Park Barracks in London. The Regiment will play a significant role in the Diamond Jubilee celebrations, Trooping the Colour and the London 2012 Olympics. (Suzanne Plunkett/Reuters)
Canadian ice dancers Kharis Ralph and Asher Hill perform during their ice dance short program at the 2012 World Figure skating Championships in Nice, France. (Lionel Cironneau/AP)
Pope Benedict XVI meets with Fidel Castro in Havana, Cuba. (Osservatore Romano/AP)
Country music legend Ian Tyson attends a ceremony in Calgary. To honour Tyson's contribution to the music world and cowboy culture, Calgary Transit have inscribed a portion of the lyrics of his song, Land of Shining Mountains, on a CTrain signals building wall. (Jeff McIntosh/The Canadian Press)
Rebeka Darylin, who taught herself to knit using library books, decided to help support the library workers in their contract dispute with the city by participating in a Knit-In at Nathan Phillips Square in Toronto. (Kevin Van Paassen/The Globe and Mail)
Liberal Member of Parliament Justin Trudeau (L) and Conservative Senator Patrick Brazeau gesture after weighing-in for a charity boxing match in Ottawa. Trudeau and Brazeau will face-off against each other March 31. (Chris Wattie/Reuters)
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