Opening ceremony of the traditional Vienna Opera Ball at the Vienna State Opera.
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Maria Fernandez draws a picture on the ice at the Ice Arena in the Planten un Blomen Park. Several artists attend the action taking place under the motto 'Hamburg on Ice'.
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A model prepares backstage before the Fyodor Golan show during London Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2012 at Somerset House.
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A Filipino fan signs a message wall with the portrait of the late singer Whitney Houston at a mall. Houston, a Grammy Award-winning singer, having sold over 170 million albums, singles and videos worldwide, was found dead in her hotel room in Beverly Hills. Her funeral will be Saturday.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: DENNIS M. SABANGAN / EPALink
The sun is shining over a snow-covered tree in Obermaiselstein near Oberstdorf.
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A nearly 200-foot-long yacht is adrift and taking on water between the islands of Skyros and Psarra in the central Aegean Sea. All the passengers and crew, eight French nationals, were airlifted from the distressed yacht and are safe.
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Sri Lankan opposition protesters are pushed over by a police water cannon during a demonstration against higher fuel prices. A wave of protests has swept across Sri Lanka since the government increased fuel prices a week ago because of rising world oil prices. A liter of gasoline rose 10 cents to $1.25 (about $5 per gallon) and diesel went up 26 cents.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Eranga Jayawardena / Associated PressLink
A Japanese sumo wrestler fights with Thai children during the sumo practice session as part of The Grand Thailand Sumo Tournament. The traditional Japanese sport of sumo, which has been an essential part of Japan's cultural heritage for eight centuries and is rarely seen outside the country, is held to celebrate Thai King Bhumibol Adulyadej's 84th birthday and promote cultural exchanges to strengthen the two countries' relationship.
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Falloujah residents wave Syrian revolutionary flags and Iraqi flags, chanting slogans against Syrian President Bashar Assad during a demonstration. According to local sources, thousands of residents of Fallouja, in Anbar province, demonstrated in support of the Syrian people with the participation of tribal sheikhs, religious leaders and mass organizations to show their solidarity with anti-government protesters in Syria.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: MOHAMMED JALIL / EPALink
Internally displaced Somali children at their camp in the war-torn capital. At least 2.34 million people, or about a third of the country, still need support across Somalia, while hunger will grow in the lean period before the next harvest in the conflict-ridden Horn of Africa nation. A third of Somalia's population needs emergency aid and the mortality rates remain among the highest in the world, the U.N. warns.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: TONY KARUMBA / AFP / Getty ImagesLink
British actor Robert Pattinson poses for fans as he arrives for the photo call for the film "Bel Ami" at the Berlinale film festival. The 62nd Berlinale, the first major European film festival of the year, kicked off with 23 productions screening in the main showcase.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: JOHANNES EISELE / AFP / Getty ImagesLink
Fairview and McKean firefighters extinguish a fire that engulfed a tractor-trailer and the nine cars that it was hauling in the westbound lanes of Interstate 90 near Erie. State police say a tractor-trailer caught fire and was destroyed, along with nine cars it was carrying. The driver escaped the truck unharmed.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Jack Hanrahan / Associated PressLink
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