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STAYING COOL
STAYING COOL: A boy cooled off with water from a hose on a hot day in Manila Tuesday. (Cheryl Ravelo/Reuters)

MOURNING A LOSS
MOURNING A LOSS: A Shiite Muslim woman cried during the funeral of Salah Abbas, 36, whose body was found late last week after he was allegedly shot dead by security forces, in the Shiite village of Bilad Al-Qadim, Bahrain, Monday. (AFP/Getty Images)

LARGER THAN LIFE
LARGER THAN LIFE: North Korean leader Kim Jong Eun was shown on a giant screen during a concert on the eve of the 80th anniversary of the founding of the North Korean army in Pyongyang, North Korea, Tuesday. (Ng Han Guan/Associated Press)

AWKWARD PHASE
AWKWARD PHASE: A girl helped her boyfriend squeeze a pimple while standing on a street in downtown Shanghai Tuesday. (Aly Song/Reuters)

STILL SEARCHING
STILL SEARCHING: Bystanders looked at a billboard in Herat, Afghanistan, promising a reward for information leading to the recovery of former FBI agent Robert Levinson Tuesday. Mr. Levinson disappeared some five years ago in Iran. (Jalil Rezayee/European Pressphoto Agency)

LOOKING BACK
LOOKING BACK: People laid flowers at a memorial Tuesday in Yerevan, Armenia, to people killed by Ottoman Turks during World War I, marking the 97th anniversary of the Armenian genocide. (Karen Minasyan/AFP/Getty Images)

STORM CLOUDS GATHER
STORM CLOUDS GATHER: Dark clouds hung over cranes at a construction site in Munich Tuesday. (Stephan Jansen/AFP/Getty Images)

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DAY IN COURT
DAY IN COURT: Betty Dukes, left, and Christine Kwapnoski, right, plaintiffs in a sex-discrimination class action against Wal-Mart spoke outside the Supreme Court Tuesday in Washington. The 2001 suit appeared unlikely to survive after Tuesday’s arguments. (Jacquelyn Martin/Associated Press)

IN TREATMENT
IN TREATMENT: A woman received treatment for burns in Herat, Afghanistan, Tuesday. Some independent human-rights watchdog groups and other organizations have been saying that gender violence has reached an alarming level in the country. (Jalil Rezayee/European Pressphoto Agency)

IN LINE
IN LINE: Displaced women waited in line for food distributed by a local nongovernmental organization near the airport in Mogadishu, Somalia, Monday. The organization feeds about 2,500 people daily. (Mustafa Abdi/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)

FLOWERS IN HAND
FLOWERS IN HAND: A girl held flowers in a train station in Moscow Tuesday. One year ago, two women set off bombs on trains, killing dozens. (Alexander Natruskin/Reuters)

LEAVING IVORY COAST
LEAVING IVORY COAST: Foreigners sat with their belongings Tuesday in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, as they waited for transportation to return to their home countries amid post-election violence in Ivory Coast. (Luc Gnago/Reuters)

LIBYA IN LONDON
LIBYA IN LONDON: Pro-Gadhafi supporters tried to destroy a flag taken from anti-Gadhafi demonstrators as world leaders discussed Libya Tuesday in London. They agreed that Libyan leader Col. Moammar Gadhafi should step down, but did not discuss arming rebels who seek to oust him. (Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)

CAPTURING NATURE
CAPTURING NATURE: On a cold morning, photographers set up tripods to photograph cherry blossom trees in Washington Tuesday. (Jim Lo Scalzo/European Pressphoto Agency)

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