Myanmar's pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi waves at her supporters from her car as she leaves after a brief visit to the headquarters of her National League for Democracy Party. Suu Kyi claimed victory Monday in Myanmar's historic by-election, saying she hoped it would mark the beginning of a new era for the long-repressed country.
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Greenpeace activists wearing protective suits in kayaks and holding placards reading "Mexican Rivers. Toxic Rivers. Greenpeace" to mark World Water Day near the Salto de Juanacatlan waterfall on the Santiago River. Activists demand that the Mexican authorities clean up Mexico's waterways.
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Russian investigators and rescue workers at the site of an ATR-72 airliner crash outside Tyumen in western Siberia. Reports state that more than 30 people were killed when the Russian plane carrying 43 people crashed and caught fire shortly after takeoff from Tyumen in central Siberia on Monday, media reports quoting the government said.
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Models present creations by designer Song Hye Myung during the 2012-13 Fall/Winter Seoul Fashion Week.
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Scotland's skip Tom Brewster, center, delivers a stone while lead Michael Goodfellow, left, and second Scott Andrews are sweeping during a round robin match between Scotland and Switzerland at the World Men's Curling Championship 2012 in the St. Jakobshalle in Basel.
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Sara Jones, widow of Col. "H" Jones, views his name at the National Memorial Arboretum after a service for the 30th anniversary of the start of the Falklands War. In the battle for the South Atlantic islands, 255 British and 650 Argentine troops die.
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Tiger Woods hits an approach shot during a practice round prior to the start of the 2012 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club.
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A soldier of the Presidential Regiment takes part in the Change of Guard ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier just outside the Kremlin wall.
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A woman looks at a creation by British artist Damien Hirst titled "The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living," 1991, during the opening of his solo exhibition showcasing work spanning more than two decades at the Tate Modern in central London.
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A jewelry industry worker shouts anti-government slogans as he urges the government to roll back a spate of taxes introduced on jewelry products, including higher excise duties, at a rally.
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A Syrian boy watches as a Free Syrian Army fighter stands guard in a neighborhood of Damascus. Government and opposition forces clashed across Syria as international envoy Kofi Annan prepared to brief the U.N. Security Council on the progress of his mission to ease the Syrian crisis.
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British students in fancy dress walk through the streets during the first night of parties during the SalouFest. Saloufest is a sporting tour event in which thousands of British university students take part in different sport competitions and join parties during the Easter holidays in the Catalan village of Salou.
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The twin reflecting pools, center, of the National September 11 Memorial are illuminated at the World Trade Center in New York.
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