An Iranian boy flies a kite during the ancient festival of Sizdeh Bedar at the Pardisan Park in Tehran, Iran, April 2, 2015. Iranians flocked to parks and wilderness on the 13th day of the Iranian new year to mark the festival, a legacy from pre-Islamic era. Sizdeh means 13 and Bedar means day out in Persian and it is believed unlucky to stay indoors on Sizdeh Bedar which means getting rid of number 13.
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A home with a swimming pool sits near a hillside, April 2, 2015, in Altadena, Calif. On April 1, California Gov Jerry Brown ordered a mandatory 25 percent overall cutback in water use by cities and towns, but not farms. The water crackdown comes as California moves toward its fourth summer of drought after record low winter snowfall.
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New Ford trucks are seen at a parking lot of the Ford factory in Sao Bernardo do Campo, Brazil, April 2, 2015.
More than 120 Louisville Firefighters continue to battle the blaze in building six at the General Electric Appliance Park complex in Louisville, Ky., April 3, 2015. The fire broke out in a non-production building, creating huge columns of smoke. GE spokeswoman Kim Freeman says there are no known injuries.
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U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, U.S. Under Secretary for Political Affairs Wendy Sherman, second right and staff watch a tablet in Lausanne, Switzerland as President Barack Obama makes a state address on the status of the Iran nuclear program talks, April 2, 2015. A preliminary nuclear deal between Iran and six world powers is a firm basis for a future accord that could end a 12-year nuclear standoff between Tehran and the West.
Camels race during Al Marmoom Heritage Festival at the Al Marmoom Camel Racetrack, April 2, 2015, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The festival promotes the traditional sport of camel racing within the region.
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Paramedics help a student who was injured during an attack by gunman from Al-Shebab, the al-Qaeda linked group, on the Garissa University College campus in Garissa, Kenya, April 2, 2015. A reported 147 students were killed, according to the Kenya'??s National Disaster Operation Center.
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A Catholic devotee carries a cross as a form of penance during holy week, April 2, 2015, in Mabalacat, Philippines. The brutal practice is a form of reenactment of Christ's suffering before being nailed to the cross with thousands of Filipino faithfuls still practicing the act to this day as a form of popular piety.
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Supporters with painted bodies sit on a vehicle as they celebrate outside the office of the All Progressives Congress (APC) party after president-elect Muhammadu Buhari won the presidential election, Abuja, Nigeria, April 1, 2015.
Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Chirlane McCray, the wife of New York City mayor Bill De Blasio, share a laugh while they attend the early childhood development initiative “Talk to You Baby" in Brooklyn, New York, April 1, 2015.
Relatives apply makeup to the face of a Tai Yai boy during the Poy Sang Long Festival, April 1, 2015, in Mae Hong Son, Thailand. Poy Sang Long is a Buddhist novice ordination ceremony of the Tai Yai, an ethnic group of Shan State in Myanmar and northern Thailand. Young boys aged between 7 and 14 are ordained as novices to learn the Buddhist doctrines.
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A man from the La Mar district of Ayacucho sings in Quechua with a Peruvian national flag as he performs in the Vencedores de Ayacucho dance festival in Lima, Peru, March 29, 2015. The different dance troupes that perform during the one-day competition typically bring a representation of Peru's national flag to assert their nationality as well as their ethnic background.
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Heather Mack holds her baby in a cell before her sentence demand trial, March 31, 2015, in Bali, Indonesia. Indonesian prosecutors asked a court to sentence Heather Mack to 15 years and Tommy Schaefer to 18 years in jail. The pair are accused of murdering Mack's mother, Sheila von Wiese-Mack, whose body was found stuffed inside a suitcase in the back of a taxi outside a luxury Bali hotel in August 2014.
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Agricultural greenhouses are damaged by gale winds, April 1, 2015, in Yuncheng, China.
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A cargo ship plies up the Mississippi River towards New Orleans in Plaquemines Parish, La., March 31, 2015.
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Georgia Ball Keely, 4, holds still as a Danaus Chrysippus or 'plain tiger' butterfly lands on her nose during a media opportunity at the Natural History Museum in London, March 31, 2015. Some hundreds of live tropical butterflies will fill the butterfly house for the returning exhibition called 'Sensational Butterflies' open at the museum from April 2 until Sept.13.
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A general view shows solar panels to produce renewable energy at the photovoltaic park in Les Mees, France, March 31, 2015. The solar farm of the Colle des Mees, the biggest in France, consists of 112,780 solar modules covering an area of almost 500 acres of land and representing 100 MW of power.
Relatives of landslide victims mourn during a funeral in the village of Laden at Chadoora, Kashmir, March 31, 2015. Emergency workers in Indian Kashmir have recovered 15 bodies including that of a three-week-old baby after a landslide triggered by heavy rains buried several houses.
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SS. James and John School principal Marilyn McWhorter carries the monstrance, used to display the consecrated Eucharist, in front of a burned out St. John Catholic Church in Benwood, W.Va., March 31, 2015, after flames ripped through the church on Monday night.
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View of smoke billowing from the Villarrica volcano, in Pucon, Chile, March 29, 2015. Part of southern Chile is on orange alert because of an increase in activity at the Villarrica volcano, just weeks after it erupted and forced thousands of people to evacuate.
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A young Nigerian girl walks past election posters, some showing presidential candidate, Muhammadu Buhari, in Kaduna, Nigeria, March 30, 2015. Nigerians are waiting in hope and fear for results of the tightest and most bitterly contested presidential election in the nation's turbulent history.
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Hooded penitents from the La Paz brotherhood walk to the church to take part in a procession in Seville, Spain, March 29, 2015. Hundreds of processions take place throughout Spain during the Easter Holy Week.
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Women throw their bras up in the air during the ‘Pink Bra Bazaar Rally’ at Trocadero Square next to the Eiffel, March 29, 2015, in Paris. Pink Bra Bazaar is a charitable organization that aims to educate about breast health and supports women with breast cancer.
Young boys play on a destroyed building near a sign reading "Kobane" in the Syrian town of Kobane, also known as Ain al-Arab, on March 28, 2015. Islamic State (IS) fighters were driven out of Kobane on Jan. 26 by Kurdish and allied forces.
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Young boys play on a destroyed building near a sign reading "Kobane" in the Syrian town of Kobane, also known as Ain al-Arab, on March 28, 2015. Islamic State (IS) fighters were driven out of Kobane on January 26 by Kurdish and allied forces.
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A paddleboarder floats by Lone Rock on Lake Powell, March 29, 2015, near Big Water, Utah. As severe drought grips parts of the Western United States, a below average flow of water is expected to flow through the Colorado River Basin into two of its biggest reservoirs, Lake Powell and Lake Mead.
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A paddleboarder floats by Lone rock on Lake Powell on March 29, 2015 near Big Water, Utah. As severe drought grips parts of the Western United States, a below average flow of water is expected to flow through the Colorado River Basin into two of its biggest reservoirs, Lake Powell and Lake Mead. Lake Powell is currently at 45 percent of capacity and is at risk of seeing its surface elevation fall below 1,075 feet above sea level by September, which would be the lowest level on record.
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