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Flowers at the feet of Saif Islam Kadafi, the son of Libyan leader Moammar Kadafi. He addressed a group of supporters in Tripoli, pledging to take the fight to the rebels. "We are coming," he said.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Rick Loomis / Los Angeles Times

Rebels monitor traffic at a checkpoint in Port Brega, where the ragtag revolutionary army was in full retreat by late Thursday.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times

A mourner at the funeral for a rebel killed in Bin Jawad during clashes with forces loyal to Libyan leader Moammar Kadafi.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: SUHAIB SALEM / REUTERS

Egyptian Coptic Christians grieve over the coffins of seven victims of sectarian clashes during a mass funeral at Manshiet Nasser, a squatter settlement on the eastern outskirts of Cairo.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: AMR ABDALLAH DALSH / REUTERS

Iditarod musher Hans Gatt washes dog-food trays near the hot-water barrel at the Takotna checkpoint during the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Bob Hallinen / Anchorage Daily News/AP

English Pointers have a snooze on the first day of the Crufts Dog Show in Birmingham.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: EDDIE KEOGH / REUTERS

A worker at the Vasa Museum replaces an iron bolt, originally installed on the ship in the 1960s, with one made from stainless steel, part of a major refurbishment of the Swedish 17th century warship. The vessel sank less than a nautical mile into her maiden voyage in 1628 and was salvaged in 1961, over three centuries later.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: JONATHAN NACKSTRAND / AFP/Getty Images

A child rests on a pile of oranges at a local fruit market.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: FAYAZ AZIZ / REUTERS

Abraham Wilson of Pensacola carries his surfboard along the beach on a sunny day. With spring break approaching, crews continue to remove oil from Gulf Coast beaches after last year's spill.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Eric Thayer / Getty Images

Gerald Robinson of the University of Georgia shoots over Adrian Forbes of Auburn University during the first round of the SEC tournament.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Kevin C. Cox / Getty Images

A worker updates the leader board during the first round of the Puerto Rico Open golf tournament.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Ricardo Arduengo / Associated Press

Cars are parked on higher ground along railroad tracks as residents brace for possible flooding from the Pompton River. Heavy rain is expected in the area.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Julio Cortez / Associated Press

South Korea's Hwang Hyun-Sun crashes into a barrier during a training session for the World Short Track Speed Skating Championships. She was not hurt in the crash.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Matt Dunham / Associated Press

Members of the U.S. men's and women's teams are framed by arena drapes during a training session for the World Short Track Speed Skating Championships.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Matt Dunham / Associated Press

Striking dockworkers spray police with water cannons as officials try to unblock access to the port.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: JEAN-PAUL PELISSIER / Reuters

People play in front of a wave crashing into a seaside promenade as high winds sweep through ahead of an impending storm.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: JAMAL SAIDI / Reuters

Officials search for survivors in a collapsed building after a magnitude 5.8 earthquake. At least 22 people died in the quake, and 200 others were injured, authorities said.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: XIAO FANG / Featurechina

Residents wade through a flooded street after heavy rains. No casualties were reported, officials said.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Nickee Butlangan / Associated Press

Shrapnel flies through the air as a tank shell explodes near rebel fighters defending a position against Moammar Kadafi's forces.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ROBERTO SCHMIDT / AFP

Protesters throw a comrade into the air as they demand an end to the regime of President Ali Abdullah Saleh

PHOTOGRAPH BY: AHMAD GHARABLI / AFP

Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources officers walk past a sleeping protester in the state Capitol rotunda as they walk to their checkpoints. Dozens of protesters flooded the Capitol following a Senate vote approving restrictions on collective bargaining by public employees.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ALLEN FREDRICKSON / Reuters

The aurora borealis fills the sky above the Kenai Mountains.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: M. Scott Moon / Peninsula Clarion

A Pointer dog is seen in a show ring during the first day of the annual Crufts dog show.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: BEN STANSALL / AFP

A 2011 Volkswagen Golf Cabrio is lifted into a storage tower at the Autostadt customer reception center at the carmaker's factory. Customers who come to pick up their car receive it after a robot extracts the vehicle from one of the two towers and brings it to them via an automated underground transport system.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Sean Gallup / Getty Images

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Saif Islam Kadafi, the son of Libyan leader Moammar Kadafi, addresses a group of supporters in Tripoli, pledging to take the fight to the rebellious east of the country; a rebel killed in Bin Jawad during clashes with Libyan forces is buried at the cemetery at Benghazi; at the squatter settlement of Manshiet Nasser on the outskirts of Cairo, Egyptian Coptic Christians grieve over the coffins of seven victims of sectarian clashes during a mass funeral.

A magnitude 5.8 earthquake hits China; heavy rains cause flooding in the southern Philippines and may do the same along the Eastern Seaboard of the U.S.; in Stockholm, restoration work begins on the Vasa, Sweden’s ill-fated, incorrectly proportioned 17th century warship that listed and sank less than a nautical mile into her maiden voyage in 1628 and salvaged more than three centuries later.

In the southern port city of Marseille, French police unwittingly find themselves at the business end of a fire hose; English Pointers take a nap on the first day of the Crufts Dog Show in Birmingham, England; and the 2011 Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race is well underway in Alaska.

You snooze, you lose.

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