Maria Sharapova of Russia signs autographs after defeating Alize Cornet of France during their third round match at the Australian Open tennis championship in Melbourne, Australia, Saturday, Jan. 18, 2014. (Aaron Favila/AP)
Anti-Balaka fighters pose at their base in the Boeing district of the Central African Republic's capital Bangui January 16, 2014. (REUTERS)
Saim Karadzic smokes in a crater, 70 metres (230 feet) from his house in Sanica, near Sanski Most January 17, 2014. The area was once a cottage with a small lake, a fish pond and some trees. In recent months, however, it has become a crater wider than 50 meters and deeper than 30 meters. (DADO RUVIC/REUTERS)
A helicopter dumps water on a bushfire burning in the Grampians bushland in the southeastern Australian state of Victoria, about 300 km (186 miles) west of Melbourne, January 17, 2014. (HANDOUT/REUTERS)
People pose for a photo with their dogs next to a statue of San Anton (rear), Spain's patron saint of animals, after a priest blessed their pets inside San Anton church in Churriana, near Malaga, southern Spain, January 17, 2014. (JON NAZCA/REUTERS)
Anti-government protesters help a fellow protester injured in a grenade attack during a rally in Bangkok January 17, 2014. (REUTERS)
Canadian Darcy Sharpe during the slopestyle men's qualifications at the FIS World Championships at Stoneham Mountain Resort. Sharpe qualified for the semi-final. (Jean-Yves Ahern/USA Today Sports)
Female participants of the 27th International Islamic Unity Conference stand as they listen to the Iranian national anthem in Tehran, Iran, Friday, Jan. 17, 2014. (Vahid Salemi/AP)
Dewey Park, with a Seattle Seahawks logo shaved into his hair, wears one bright green contact lens during a rally for the NFL football team at Westlake Park on Friday, Jan. 17, 2014, in Seattle. (Mark Harrison/AP)
Lightning bolts strike through the sky near Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, late Thursday, Jan. 16, 2014. A violent lightning and rain storm swept across Rio de Janeiro, flooding streets and knocking out power in some neighborhoods. (Renata Brito/AP)
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