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Rescuers search for survivors from the capsized Eastern Star in the Yangtze River in China. The Eastern Star was carrying 458 people when it capsized Monday in the Jianli section of the Yangtze.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Getty Images

Staff in a Jianli funeral parlor prepare ice coffins for victims from the capsized passenger ship. Relatives of more than 400 people missing after the cruise ship capsized on China's Yangtze river were hoping for a miracle as authorities said they were racing against time to find survivors.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: AFP/Getty Images

Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes winner American Pharoah nips at his groom's hat during a bath after working out at Belmont Park in New York. American Pharoah will try for a Triple Crown when he runs in Saturday's 147th running of the Belmont Stakes horse race.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Julie Jacobson / Associated Press

Protesters blocked entrances to a slaughterhouse by filling a steel barrel with concrete and using it as a barrier during a rally in Munich, Germany. Animal liberation protesters blocked all the entrances to the slaughterhouse in protest against the upcoming G-7 summit.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: TOBIAS HASE / EPA

A demonstrator holds a sign in French reading "No to a third term" next to a burning barricade in the Ngagara neighborhood in Burundi. Demonstrators opposed to President Pierre Nkurunziza running for a third term tried to march but were prevented by police and soldiers firing tear gas, so they erected a burning barricade in their neighborhood instead.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Gildas Ngingo / Associated Press

Syrian men react and help the injured following a reported barrel bomb attack by Syrian government forces that hit an open market in the northern city of Aleppo.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: KARAM AL-MASRI / AFP/Getty Images

Pope Francis greets a nun as he arrives for his general audience in Saint Peter's square at the Vatican.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: VINCENZO PINTO / AFP/Getty Images

Afghan bodybuilders participate in the Mr Afghanistan nationwide bodybuilding competition in Kabul. Bodybuilding is one of the country's most popular sports, even permitted during the 1996-2001 Taliban regime.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: SHAH MARAI / AFP/Getty Images

Afghan brides and grooms attend a collective wedding ceremony in Ghazni, Afghanistan. The ceremony was arranged for 42 couples belonging to poor and lower-middle-class families.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: NAWEED HAQJOO / EPA

Cambodian Buddhist monks gather in front of the Royal Palace in Phnom Penh to attend a ceremony after Cambodia's King Norodom Sihamoni received the honorary title "Preah Sri Loka Dhammika Raja" from the World Buddhist Supreme Conference.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: TANG CHHIN SOTHY / AFP/Getty Images

An Indian boy looks at colored chicks for sale for 10 rupees (15 cents) each at a roadside stall in Amritsar, India.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: NARINDER NANU / AFP/Getty Images

Residents ride a bull cart to work near a farm in Karo district near the Mt. Sinabung volcano as it emits steam and ash. Indonesian authorities ordered evacuation of residents close to the volcano as Mt. Sinabung increased activity.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: SUTANTA ADITYA / AFP/Getty Images

An aircraft flies in front of the bright full moon in Teglas, Hungary.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: ZSOLT CZEGLEDI / EPA

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Elmont, N.Y.: Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes winner American Pharoah nips at his groom’s hat during a bath after working out at Belmont Park. American Pharoah will try for a Triple Crown when he runs in Saturday’s 147th running of the Belmont Stakes horse race.

Munich, Germany: Protesters in an animal liberation movement blocked entrances to a slaughterhouse by filling a steel barrel with concrete and using it as a barrier during a rally.

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Add stops in Afghanistan, Hungary, India, Cambodia and the Vatican to round out the report.

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