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PROTECTION MODE
PROTECTION MODE: A woman protected a child during a demonstration in Aisén, Chile, Thursday. Aisén leaders are holding meetings with government representatives in order to help residents attain a better quality of life. (Felipe Trueba/European Pressphoto Agency)

ON THE RUN
ON THE RUN: A man competed in the United Nations-sponsored Gaza Marathon Thursday. Some 2,200 children and 300 adults traversed the Gaza Strip north to south. The children ran segments of one kilometer (0.6 miles), while some of the adults ran full marathons, a spokesman said. (Ali Ali/European Pressphoto Agency)

HEADED HOME
HEADED HOME: Ethnic South Sudanese people prepared to board a train home from Khartoum, Sudan, Thursday. They have until April 8 to return home or acquire documents that allow them to stay in the north. (Ashraf Shazly/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)

HUMOR IN TRAGEDY
HUMOR IN TRAGEDY: Alli Ferrell and Christian Murray waited as Lindsey Murray painted ‘For sale! Fixer upper’ on the side of their grandmother’s tornado-stricken home in Harrisburg, Ill., Wednesday. Their grandmother wasn’t at home at the time of the tornado. (Stephen Lance Dennee/Associated Press)

PEEKABOO
PEEKABOO: A woman peeked around a corner as casino owner Milton McGregor, behind his attorneys, walked to a courthouse in Montgomery, Ala., Thursday. The jury began deliberations in a gambling-corruption trial against Mr. McGregor and five others, including a state senator. (Amanda Sowards/Montgomery Advertiser/Associated Press)

PILEUP
PILEUP: Men tussled for a leather ball during an annual event in Jedburgh, Scotland, Thursday. The event, which started in the 1700s, involves ‘Uppies’ and ‘Doonies,’ residents from the upper and lower parts of Jedburgh, trying to get the ball to a part of town. (Jeff J. Mitchell/Getty Images)

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CARNIVAL QUEEN
CARNIVAL QUEEN: Carmen Gil, wearing a costume called ‘Imperio,’ by designer Santi Castro, celebrated as she was crowned Carnival queen on the Spanish Canary Island of Tenerife Wednesday. (Santiago Ferrero/Reuters)

FACEDOWN
FACEDOWN: Police arrested a man outside a hotel as British Prime Minister David Cameron gave a speech in Edinburgh Thursday. Mr. Cameron hinted at transferring more powers to Scotland, but he also argued in favor of maintaining Scotland’s union with the United Kingdom. (Jeff J. Mitchell/Getty Images)

REMEMBERING WHITNEY
REMEMBERING WHITNEY: A fan scribbled a message in memory of Whitney Houston at a shopping mall in Quezon City, Philippines, Thursday. The singer’s funeral will be held Saturday in Newark, N.J. (Rolex Dela Pena/European Pressphoto Agency)

KISSING MUBARAK
KISSING MUBARAK: A supporter of ousted Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak kissed his picture during a rally outside a police academy in Cairo Thursday. The trial continues for Mr. Mubarak, who is accused of ordering the killing of demonstrators during an uprising. (Carsten Koall/Getty Images)

SCARRED
SCARRED: Sudanese man Mutasim Qamrawi, 22 years old, showed scars—from the four months he says he was held captive by smugglers in Egypt’s Sinai Desert—at a shelter in Tel Aviv Thursday. Thousands of Africans have entered Israel in recent years, fleeing conflicts and poverty. (Oded Balilty/Associated Press)

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