Actor Brendan Paul carries a cross through Sydney's central business district during a re-enactment of Jesus' journey to the cross in Australia. Christians all over the world marked the Holy Week with re-enactments and episodes of Jesus of Nazareth's life ahead of Easter Sunday celebrations.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: David Moir / EPALink
An Indian penitent dressed as Jesus Christ takes part in a re-enactment of the Stations of the Cross on Good Friday in Mumbai, India.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Divyakant Solanki / EPALink
Penitents march and sing during a Good Friday procession in Sorrento, Italy.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Mario Laporta / AFP/Getty ImagesLink
Worshippers walk the way of the cross, or Via Crucis, during the procession of La Subida al Monte Calvario in Pastrana, Spain.
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A hooded member of the Cristo de la Sangre (Christ of the Blood) brotherhood carries a baby during an Easter procession, in Palma de Mallorca, Spain.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Jaime Reina / AFP/Getty ImagesLink
Pilgrims walk with crosses as the Northern Cross pilgrimage makes its final leg of the journey to Holy Island, Berwick Upon Tweed, England. For more than 30 years, groups of pilgrims celebrate Easter by crossing the tidal causeway during the annual Christian cross-carrying pilgrimage to Holy Island. The pilgrims walk around 100 miles through Northumberland and the Scottish Borders during Holy Week.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Scott Heppell / Associated PressLink
Pope Francis is helped to lie on the floor during a Mass to celebrate the Lord's Passion, in St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Andrew Medichini / Associated PressLink
Ultra-Orthodox Jews collect water from a mountain spring near Jerusalem to be used in baking unleavened bread, known as Matzoth, during the Maim Shelanu (Rested Water) ceremony. Due to the haste with which the Jews left Egypt some 3,500 years ago, the bread they had prepared for the journey did not have time to rise, therefore to commemorate their ancestors' plight, religious Jews do not eat leavened food products throughout the eight-day Pesach holiday (Passover).
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Thomas Coex / AFP/Getty ImagesLink
Students evacuated from Moi University listen to an address by Interior Minister for Security Joseph Ole Nkaissery before they are transported to their home regions from a holding area. Kenya's interior minister vowed that the country would not bow to terrorist threats, a day after the massacre of 147 students by Somalia's Al Qaeda-linked Shebab fighters.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Carl de Souza / AFP/Getty ImagesLink
Workers protest a McDonald's decision to raise minimum wage only at their company-owned stores, saying it should also include workers at franchised stores.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Barbara Davidson / Los Angeles TimesLink
Kevin Mansfield, right, helps Simone Wester and her 7-month-old son Jeremiah from her flooded apartment building at the Guardian Court Apartments in Louisville, Ky. Authorities made more than 100 water rescues early Friday as storms flooded roads and prompted at least one evacuation.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Timothy D. Easley / Associated PressLink
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif greets people as the nuclear negotiating committee arrives at Mehr Abad Airport in Tehran, hours after announcing they had the elements of a historic nuclear deal with world powers.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Borna Ghasemi / AFP/Getty ImagesLink
Chinese tourists take photographs at Red Square during a snowfall in Moscow.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Alexander Zemlianichenko / Associated PressLink
A general view taken at night shows a checkpoint during the 25th edition of the "Rallye Aicha des Gazelles" between Foum Zguid and Mhamid El Ghizlane in Morocco's western Sahara desert. Participants in the women's race can navigate their own route and the winner is the team that covers the shortest distance to pass the checkpoints.
PHOTOGRAPH BY: Fadel Senna / AFP/Getty ImagesLink
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