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In today’s pictures, a firefighter careens through rapids in Kentucky, a dancer stretches before an audition in Madrid, riot police secure an embassy in Yemen, and more.

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ALL WHITE
ALL WHITE: Indian milkmen poured milk on their leaders during a protest in New Delhi Wednesday. The milkmen are angry about a decision by dairy companies to reduce the price milk and demanded a minimum support price for milk procurement. (Manish Swarup/Associated Press)

ALL WET
ALL WET: Filipino protesters braced themselves as they were hit by water fired from water cannons by riot police outside the Malacanang presidential palace in Manila Wednesday. (Aaron Favila/Associated Press)

A NIGHT’S SHELTER
A NIGHT’S SHELTER: A homeless family prepared to sleep under an overpass in New Delhi Wednesday. (Tsering Topgyal/Associated Press)

IN THE WEEDS
IN THE WEEDS: Chicago Cubs center fielder Tony Campana leapt into the ivy at Wrigley Field in Chicago Tuesday in pursuit of St. Louis Cardinals left fielder Matt Holliday’s two-run home run in the eighth inning. The Cubs won, 3-2. (Brian Cassella/Chicago Tribune/MCT/Zuma Press)

FALLEN
FALLEN: A child wrapped in an Australian flag walked past graves at the Australian War Memorial in Villers-Bretonneux, France, Wednesday, during memorial services marking the role of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps at the Battle of Gallipoli in World War I. (Philippe Huguen/AFP/Getty Images)

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KNEE-DEEP IN THE NETHERLANDS
KNEE-DEEP IN THE NETHERLANDS: A man watched water rise around his home in Dordrecht, Netherlands, Thursday. The nation—25% of which lies below sea level—has been drenched by heavy rains and buffeted by strong winds for days. (Robin Utrecht/European Pressphoto Agency)

TANGLED UP
TANGLED UP: Librada Martinez, a member of the Ava Guarani ethnic group, scuffled with police officers who worked to clear a square in Asuncion, Paraguay, Thursday. People have been occupying the square, demanding government aid. (Jorge Saenz/Associated Press)

DISTRAUGHT
DISTRAUGHT: Estranged couple Matthew and Madonna Badger cried at the funeral for their three daughters in New York Thursday. Authorities say discarded fireplace ashes started a blaze at a Connecticut home where the girls died. Mrs. Badger and her friend escaped, but the girls and her parents were killed. (John Moore/Getty Images)

MOVING ON
MOVING ON: Boeing employees left a meeting Wednesday in Wichita, Kan., where it was announced that the company would relocate all of its Wichita operations by 2013. The closure will affect 2,160 workers. (Travis Heying/Wichita Eagle/MCT/Zuma Press)

DOWNTIME
DOWNTIME: Switzerland’s Dario Cologna lay down after crossing the finish line to win the FIS World Cup men’s cross-country skiing free-pursuit race from Cortina d’Ampezzo to Dobbiaco, Italy, Thursday. (Alessandro Garofalo/Reuters)

GOP ENDORSEMENT
GOP ENDORSEMENT: Sen. John McCain (R., Ariz.) listened as Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney spoke at a Boys and Girls Club in Salem, N.H., Thursday. Mr. McCain, the 2008 GOP nominee, endorsed Mr. Romney. (Matt Rourke/Associated Press)

LANDSLIDE LOSS
LANDSLIDE LOSS: The body of a girl who was killed when a mountainside collapsed early Thursday morning in Pantukan, Philippines, lay in a funeral parlor. Dozens of people were killed in the gold-mining village. The government had warned that the mountain was certain to crumble. (Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)

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