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A dog looks out of an opening in the whitewashed wall of a house in the depressed Perama area, on the fringes of Athens' port of Piraeus, Friday, Feb. 7, 2014. Perama has one of the highest unemployment and poverty rates in Greece.

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Federal Finance Minister Jim Flaherty was in Toronto on Friday morning to get a new pair of shoes at Mellow Walk on Feb. 7, 2014. The President of Mellow Walk, Andrew Violi, sat with Flaherty while he put on his new brogues.

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India's Ravindra Jadeja avoids a bouncer on day three of the first international test cricket match against New Zealand, at Eden Park in Auckland, February 8, 2014.


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Anti-government protesters clash with police in Sarajevo February 7, 2014. Protesters across Bosnia set fire to government buildings and fought with riot police on Friday as long-simmering anger over lack of jobs and political inertia fuelled a third day of the worst civil unrest in Bosnia since a 1992-95 war.


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Dogs are seen at the Hotel Pennsylvania as part of the Westminster Dog Show in New York February 7, 2014.


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Civilians and rebel fighters are seen on a boat in Sobat river in town of Ulang in Upper Nile State February 7, 2014.


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A villager holds his younger brother as Mount Sinabung erupts at Beras Tepu village in Karo district, Indonesia's North Sumatra province February 7, 2014. Indonesia's Mount Sinabung volcano erupted and killed at least 15 people on the western island of Sumatra on Sunday, the first time it is known to have claimed any lives, local newspaper reported.


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Children enjoy a water fountain during a summer day at the Exposition Park in downtown Lima February 6, 2014.


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Detroit police use the scoop of a front-end loader to carry two people stranded in a minivan to safety after street flooding caused by a water main break on Friday, Feb. 7, 2014 on Detroit's east side. Several vehicles were stuck in water and ice, prompting a rescue by police officers on construction equipment. The break was reported about 5 a.m. Friday in the area of Gratiot Avenue at Conner Street. The scoop of a front-end loader was used to carry two people stranded in a minivan. Crews also worked to clear ice and water from the area, which is closed to traffic. No injuries were reported. (

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A gallery assistant poses with "Cracked Egg (Magenta)" by Jeff Koons on display at Christie's in London February 7, 2014. The painting is expected to earn 15 million GB pounds (24 million U.S. dollars) when it is auctioned in London on February 13, 2014.


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People play in the snow at the Tiananmen Square in Beijing, February 7, 2014. Long-awaited snow has been falling on Beijing since early Friday. It is the first snowfall to the city since winter started months ago - 107 days, to be exact.


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A paramilitary policeman stands guard in front of the giant portrait of late Chinese Chairman Mao Zedong at the main entrance of the Forbidden City in the snow in Beijing February 7, 2014. Beijing saw this year's first winter snow on Friday.


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A woman and a child are seen through an art installation in the shape of the horse at a snow covered park in Beijing February 7, 2014. Beijing saw this year's first winter snow on Friday.


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Protesters splash red paint at Kosovo police officers preventing students from storming the building of the main public Pristina University on Friday, Feb. 7, 2014. Hundreds of protesters are trying to break through a police cordon and reach offices of the dean of the public university, who protesters say fake his teaching credentials. Police say over thirty protesters have been detained dozens of police and protesters injured.


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A family walks along a damaged street in Deir al-Zor, eastern Syria February 7, 2014.


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In this Feb. 5, 2014 photo, Carlos Pineiro plays two trumpets during the celebration of a mock funeral known as the Burial of Pachencho in Santiago de Las Vegas, Cuba. The tradition was born on Feb. 5, 1984, when villagers got the idea of putting on a mock burial to mark the end of local carnival season. It took its name from the title of a play that had showed in what was then the town theater.

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In this Feb. 5, 2014 photo, Divaldo Aguiar, who plays the part of Pachencho, lies inside a mock coffin as villagers splash rum into Aguiar's mouth during the Burial of Pachencho celebration at a cemetery in Santiago de Las Vegas, Cuba. The bash kicked off Wednesday with the slow procession to the local cemetery. Pallbearers carried the coffin of "Pachencho," who's known the other 364 days of the year as Divaldo Aguiar, to an open grave and used ropes to lower it six feet under.

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