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Day in pictures
Indonesian student protesters
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Indonesian students shout "Crush Malaysia" during a protest against a border dispute between the two countries, outside the Malaysian embassy in Jakarta.
Afghan refugees
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Afghan refugees huddle together inside an abandoned building in Kabul, which has become a temporary home for exiles returning to the country since the fall of the Taleban.
Philippines women in colourful masks
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Women parade in colourful masks at a rally in Manila on the eve of International Women's Day and the 100th year of the feminist movement in the Philippines.
A cave on Israel's border with the West Bank
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The discovery of stalactites in a cave during work on the West Bank barrier near Bataf, north-west of Jerusalem, has temporarily halted construction work by Israel.
Prince Charles, left, performs a traditional Maori greeting
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Prince Charles, left, performs a traditional Maori greeting called hongi with Lieutenant Donald Ripia of the Royal New Zealand Navy, during the prince's six-day visit to the country.
North Korean children
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Children at lunch in a nursery in Yomju county, North Korea. The UN reports that malnutrition among North Korean children has fallen, but many still suffer from lack of food.
Poster of ex-Bosnian Serb commander Ratko Mladic
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Posters praising Ratko Mladic in Belgrade, where he remains popular with many Serbs. The former Bosnian Serb army commander is wanted by The Hague war crimes tribunal.
Young girl wearing a tiara in honour of Denmark's Princess Mary
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Australian Mia Formica, 4, wears a tiara with a photo of Denmark's Princess Mary. The princess and Crown Prince Frederik are on their first visit to Australia.


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