Vehicles destroyed by the March 11, 2011 earthquake and tsunami are seen piled up in Ishinomaki, Miyagi prefecture, Japan. (Issei Kato/Reuters)
A participant clambers on a rope during a regional tourism competition among school students in a forest in Stavropol, Russia. (Eduard Korniyenko/Reuters)
A girl and her mother gather dried shrubs for use in cooking and heating in Bagram, north Afghanistan. (Erik De Castro/Reuters)
A man rides a pedicab that carries an advertisement for properties in Kabul, Afghanistan. (Erik De Castro/Reuters)
People stand at a public tram stop, designed to look like a goalpost, as part of preparations for the Euro 2012 soccer championship in Donetsk. Donetsk is one of four Ukrainian cities, which will host matches of the Euro 2012 soccer championship from June 8 to July 1. (Valeriy Bilokryl/Reuters)
Boys sit and crawl over glass tiles in the cinema room of the Titanic Belfast building in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The building, which opens in April, will tell the story of the Titanic from the ship's construction in Belfast to her sinking. (David Moir/Reuters)
A woman enjoys the unusually warm weather as she relaxes in a deck chair in Kensington Gardens in London. (Alastair Grant/AP)
A worker gathers hand-picked giant tecolote ranunculus flowers at the Flower Fields in Carlsbad, California. (Mike Blake/Reuters)
Seventeen-year-old Alex Haraga, a grade 11 student at Richmond Green Secondary School, tries his hand at welding while attending the Future Building 2012 show in Toronto. (Fred Lum/The Globe and Mail)
A duckling tries to climb a curb near Ellis Lake in Marysville, Calif. (David Bitton/AP)
Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty, left, and Finance Minister Dwight Duncan smile after Duncan delivered the budget in the Legislature at Queen's Park in Toronto. (Peter Power/The Globe and Mail)
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