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CASTING SHADOWS AND BALLOTS
CASTING SHADOWS AND BALLOTS: A man cast a shadow against a pillar as he entered a polling station in Wickenburg, Ariz., Tuesday. Voters cast ballots for Republican candidates in primaries in Arizona and Michigan. (Don Emmert/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)

OUT OF TUNE
OUT OF TUNE: Workers hauled away an old piano from an Occupy London site in front of St Paul’s Cathedral Tuesday. Police said 20 people were arrested as officers removed tents and equipment from outside the 300-year-old church, where demonstrators had camped since mid-October. (Matt Cetti-Roberts/London News Pictures/Zuma Press)

DIY PLANE
DIY PLANE: Farmer Li Jingchun, top, watched as his relatives checked out his self-made aircraft in Shenyang, Liaoning province, China, Tuesday. The plane, made mostly made of recycled iron, cost the aircraft enthusiast about $6,000 to make, according to local media. (Sheng Li/Reuters)

MOTHER VOTES
MOTHER VOTES: A woman held her baby as she showed her voter identification card in Noida, India, Tuesday. Voting is taking place over seven days in Uttar Pradesh, India’s most populous state. (Parivartan Sharma/Reuters)

SON MOURNS
SON MOURNS: Police officer Vinicius Figueiredo cried as he walked past the coffin of Roberto Lopes dos Santos in Rio de Janeiro Tuesday. Mr. Figueiredo’s father, Carlos Alberto Vieira Figueiredo, and Mr. Lopes dos Santos died in a fire at a Brazilian research station in the Antarctic. (Ricardo Moraes/Reuters)

SYRIA’S DEAD
SYRIA’S DEAD: Bodies of two people who were killed in heavy shelling by government forces were covered by a mat near Idlib, Syria, Tuesday. Oppositions members and the activist group Avaaz said they helped smuggle a wounded British photographer out of the country into Lebanon. (Zohra Bensemra/Reuters)

GOING THE DISTANCE
GOING THE DISTANCE: Louisiana State University cornerback Morris Claiborne ran a drill at an NFL football scouting combine in Indianapolis Tuesday. (Dave Martin/Associated Press)

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DOWNTIME
DOWNTIME: A man whose home was destroyed last week by Japan’s tsunami enjoyed a bath in a tent set up by the Self-Defense Forces in Kamaishi, Japan, Tuesday. Meanwhile, power had been reconnected Tuesday to all six of the reactors at Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. (Damir Sagolj/Reuters)

EN ROUTE
EN ROUTE: An Afghan army soldier wounded by gunfire lay in an ambulance in southern Afghanistan Tuesday. Elsewhere, President Hamid Karzai officially unveiled plans for his security forces to begin taking control over modest sections of the country in July. (Peter Parks/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)

RESOUNDING RING
RESOUNDING RING: Police held back demonstrators as a teacher rang a bell while thousands of educators demonstrated Tuesday in Kiev, Ukraine, against planned cuts to education funding. (Sergey Dolzhenko/European Pressphoto Agency)

WATERWORKS
WATERWORKS: A boy bathed in water gushing out of a broken water pipeline in Noida, India, Tuesday. March 22 is the United Nations World Water Day. (Parivartan Sharma/Reuters)

CLOAKED IN BLACK
CLOAKED IN BLACK: Shiite women cried during Bahiya al-Aradi’s funeral in Manama, Bahrain, Tuesday. Ms. Aradi, 51, was driving on a main road in Manama looking for gasoline when she was shot in the head last Wednesday as she approached a checkpoint, according to witnesses. (Joseph Eid/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)

SCANNING SHIPMENTS
SCANNING SHIPMENTS: Port workers practiced detecting radiation levels on shipments at Manila’s south harbor Tuesday. (Aaron Favila/Associated Press)

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