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Week in pictures: 19-25 April

Plastic popes

Souvenir shops turned out an array of mementos to mark Pope Benedict XVI's visit the United States.

Calzaghe and Hopkins exchange blows

Joe Calzaghe recovered from a first-round knockdown to claim a contentious split decision light-heavyweight victory over Bernard Hopkins in Las Vegas.

Lugo supporters cheering in Asuncion

Opposition supporters in Paraguay have been celebrating victory in the country's presidential election.

Harry Hill

Comedian Harry Hill was a double winner at the Bafta TV Awards in London on Sunday. His zany TV Burp show earned him best entertainment performance and best entertainment programme.

Hillary Clinton celebrates her primary win in Philadelphia on 22 April 2008

Hillary Clinton told supporters she was no quitter as she celebrated her expected victory over Democratic rival Barack Obama in the state of Pennsylvania.

People throwing stones at police at protest in Colombia

People threw stones towards police during clashes at a protest in northern Colombia by coca farmers, angry at government plans to eradicate illegal crops.

Musicians on a floating theatre on the River Thames

Musicians travelled on a floating theatre on the River Thames to the Globe Theatre to celebrate William Shakespeare's 444th birthday, which coincides with St George's Day.

Spain’s Rafael Nadal hits a return at the Monte Carlo ATP Masters Series tennis tournament in Monaco

Spain's Rafael Nadal hits a return to his countryman, Juan Carlos Ferrero, during a match at the Monte Carlo ATP Masters Series tennis tournament in Monaco.

A farmer holds a banner saying “nullify the beef deal" at a protest in Baghdad

South Korean farmers held up banners saying "Nullify the beef deal" during a protest against the importation of US beef. Seoul agreed to relax on Friday the restrictions in place since 2003.

Crowds in Auckland, New Zealand

Across the world, crowds have gathered to commemorate the 93rd Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (Anzac) Day.




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