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Saurabh Harit Director of Security Research and Senior Security Consultant at Security Compass seen here in Vancouver during a security computer conference in Vancouver March 10, 2014.

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Nepalese police personnel detain Tibetan activists during their protest near the Chinese Embassy Consular office in Kathmandu March 10, 2014. With a growing Chinese influence over Nepal, the Nepalese government stands strong against Tibetan exiles whose protests in support of their homeland have increased in recent years. Nepal ceased issuing refugee papers to Tibetans in 1989 and recognizes Tibet to be a part of China.

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Oscar Pistorius covers his head as he listens to cross questioning about the events surrounding the shooting death of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, in court during his trial in Pretoria, South Africa, Monday, March 10, 2014. Pistorius is charged with the shooting death of his girlfriend Steenkamp in 2013.

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Natalie Phillips 14 waits outside Old City Hall courthouse on the off chance Justin Bieber shows up for a court date on March 10 2014.

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A larger-than-life image of Honest Ed Mirvish peeks out from behind customers lined up on the stairwell inside his landmark store. A large crowd of people waited in line, inside and out, to have a chance to purchase some of the many hand-made signs at Honest Ed's in Toronto on March 10, 2014. Even an hour after the doors opened the line still stretched around the entire block which Ed's sits upon. Staff said they expect there will be another sign sale in the future. The store is expected to remain at Bloor and Bathurst for another three years. Proceeds from the sales today are going to Victim Services Toronto.

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A Sadhu or Hindu holy man leans against a closed door at the Nandagram Temple famous for Lord Krishna during Lathmar Holi festival in Nandgaon 120 kilometers ( 75 miles) from New Delhi, India, Monday, March 10, 2014. According to tradition which has its roots in Hindu mythology men from Barsana arrive at the temple where they are soaked in colored water by men from Nandgaon, believed to be Lord Krishna's village, and then beaten by the women of the village with wooden sticks as they depart the town.

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A man covered in coloured powder sings a hymn at a temple during "Lathmar Holi" at village Nandgaon in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, March 10, 2014. In a Holi tradition unique to Nandgaon and Barsana villages, men sing provocative songs to gain the attention of women, who then "beat" them with bamboo sticks called "lathis". Holi, also known as the Festival of Colours, heralds the beginning of spring and is celebrated all over India.

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Sergei Aksyonov, Crimea's pro-Russian prime minister, stands as a member of a pro-Russian self defence unit takes an oath to Crimea government in Simferopol March 10, 2014. Russian forces consolidated their hold on Ukraine's Crimea peninsula on Monday, taking over a military hospital and a missile base as officials geared up for a referendum on the region's future.

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