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    MARCH 28: People walk their dog, called "Mc," during heavy surf at Newhaven Beach in southern Britain.

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    MARCH 28: Men throw water on a woman as part of traditional Easter celebrations in Szenna, Hungary.

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    MARCH 28: Inflatable ducks are seen in front of the National Congress during a protest against tax increases in Brasilia, Brazil. The campaign "I will not pay the Duck" is organized by the Federation of Industries of Sao Paulo and uses the duck as symbol for industries that pay high taxes.

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    MARCH 28: President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama perform a reading of "Where the Wild Things Are" for children gathered for the annual Easter Egg Roll on the South Lawn of the White House.

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    MARCH 29: A man looks into a sinkhole that appeared in his fish pond in Guiping, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, China.

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    MARCH 29: Children play at a makeshift camp for migrants and refugees at the Greek-Macedonian border near the village of Idomeni, Greece,

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    MARCH 30: Delivery men attend a training session in Shanghai, China.

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    MARCH 30: Paramilitary policemen attend a training session in Chuzhou, Anhui Province, China.

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    MARCH 31: A burst water main shoots water into the air behind a house in Halewood, in Liverpool, Britain.

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    MARCH 31: Bamboo logs are transported down the river Howrah near Chakmaghat village in the northeastern state of Tripura, India.

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    MARCH 31: A model presents a creation by Chinese designer Hu Sheguang from Sheguang Hu collection at China Fashion Week in Beijing.

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    MARCH 31: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's unorthodox socks are visible during a question and answer session after a speech at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in Washington, D.C.

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    MARCH 31: Kenyan Member of Parliament Millie Adhiambo shouts in protest as she leaves the National Assembly during President Uhuru Kenyatta's annual State of the Nation address in Nairobi.

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    MARCH 31: Supporters cheer as U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders takes the stage during a campaign rally at Saint Mary's Park in the Bronx.

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    MARCH 31: Youths use a mattress to shield themselves from tear gas grenades in Nantes, France, as high school and university students take part in nationwide labor reform protests and strikes.

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    MARCH 31: Crushed ivory coming from confiscated ivory objects and elephant tusks shoots out from a crusher during the first Italian Ivory Crush event at the Circus Maximus in downtown Rome.

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    MARCH 31: Railroad workers push a trolley at 'Constitucion' train station in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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    MARCH 31: A rebel fighter jumps through a fire loop as he demonstrates his skill during a graduation ceremony at a camp in the north of Hama province, Syria.

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    APRIL 1: Anfisa, an 11-year-old female chimpanzee, reacts to Yaroslav Osipov, an employee of the interactive museum of science "Newton Park," as he demonstrates the effects of liquid nitrogen for an April Fools' Day segment on local TV in Krasnoyarsk, Siberia.

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    APRIL 1: New police officers take the oath of office during the New York City Police Department Police Academy graduation ceremony at Madison Square Garden.

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    APRIL 1: Spectators share a good vantage point for watching a cultural carnival parade in Gaza City.

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    APRIL 1: Palestinian Mohammad Baraka, a.k.a. Gaza Samson, pulls a bulldozer by a rope tied around his waist as he carries a clown during a cultural carnival in Gaza City.

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    APRIL 1: A dog poses wearing the "Plunge Pawfect Bra" in this photo provided by ThirdLove in New York. In a political year when reality has often seemed stranger than fiction, pranksters had to work particularly hard to come up with April Fools Day jokes that rose above the daily noise of the U.S. presidential campaign. But the age-old art of the hoax was alive and well on Friday with bogus ad campaigns hawking everything from dog brassieres to employment agencies for babies.

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