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Pope Francis washes the foot of a prisoner at Casal del Marmo youth prison in Rome. Two young women were among 12 people whose feet Pope Francis washed and kissed at a traditional ceremony in a Rome youth prison on Holy Thursday, the first time a pontiff has included females in the rite.

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An employee works at a textile mill in Jiujiang, Jiangxi province, China.

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Members of the Catholic clergy hold candles as they take part in a procession at the Washing of the Feet ceremony during Holy Week in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem's Old City.

Ammar Awad/Reuters

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Shirwane, an Indian Lion, growls at someone approaching her six-week-old cubs at the Budapest Zoo.

Bernadett Szabo/Reuters

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Residents protest outside the National Shooting Sports Foundation in Newtown, Connecticut, after receiving robocalls from the NRA, trying to enlist them in efforts to defeat new statewide gun control proposals. Residents began receiving the calls three months after a gunman killed 20 students and six adults at Sandy Hook elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut December 14, 2012.

Michelle McLoughlin/Reuters

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A gaucho falls from a wild horse during the annual celebration of Criolla Week in Montevideo, Uruguay.

ANDRES STAPFF/REUTERS

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Former Calgary Flames Captain Jarome Iginla speaks at a press conference in Calgary after it was announced he is being traded to the Pittsburgh Penguins. Iginla spent 16 seasons in Calgary, recording 575 goals and 570 assists over 1,219 games.

Chris Bolin/The Globe and Mail

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Evening mass is celebrated at St. Michael's Cathedral in Toronto, Ontario.

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Cyclists on a tandem bike and pedestrians are seen in silhouette on the seawall along False Creek in Vancouver, B.C.

Darryl Dyck/The Canadian Press

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