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Hillary Clinton visits the Philadelphia Suburb of Conshohocken

Here is our weekly selection of photographs sent in by readers. We begin with a picture from John Burnetski of Hillary Clinton visiting the Philadelphia suburb of Conshohocken.

New born lamb

Jim Conlin: "A new-born Spring lamb, Coatbridge, UK."

Spring blossom

Mandy Lowe: "Spring blossom taken on a day out at Paignton Zoo, England."

Cyclists rest during the 'Critical Mass' demonstration

Santa Istvan Csaba: "About 80,000 cyclists were participating in Critical Mass on 20 April, a demonstration against cars, in Budapest."

People frolic in the Hooghly river at Hooghly, India

Rajib Singha: "People frolic in the shallow water of the Hooghly River at Hooghly, India."

Bar El Floridita, Havana, Cuba

Steven Greaves: "Bar El Floridita - Ernest Hemingway drank in this famous bar in Havana, Cuba."

Whitby Abbey, Yorkshire

Peter Scott: "Whitby Abbey, Yorkshire. Founded in 657 by St Hilda."

National Track and Field Championships in Agadir, Morocco.

Stiv Twigg: "National track and field championships in Agadir, Morocco, 16-18 April, 2008, 110m hurdles, heat one."

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