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BOXED IN: Protesters rallied against Spain’s economic crisis and its high jobless rate at the Puerta del Sol Square in Madrid Sunday. The Popular Party trounced the Socialists in local elections Sunday. (Pedro Armestre/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)

TRACING HIS ROOTS: President Barack Obama jokingly swung a hurley, a stick used in the sport of hurling, as Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny looked on in Dublin Monday. Mr. Obama, whose great-great-great-grandfather on his mother’s side is Irish, is on a four-nation European tour. (Kevin Lamarque/Reuters)

SAFETY CHECK: A U.S. Marine secured wrist restraints on a detainee arrested in an operation in Helmand Province, Afghanistan, Monday. (Massoud Hossaini/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)

WINDSHIELD WIPER: A man cleaned ash from the erupting Grimsvötn volcano off his car in Kirkjubaejarklaustur, Iceland, Monday. Icelandair Group said if there are no more eruptions, the country’s main Keflavik International Airport will reopen and flights will be back on schedule Tuesday. (Vilheldm Gunnarsson/European Pressphoto Agency)

PROCEEDING WITH CAUTION: Lynn Mosley carefully stepped over downed power lines in Minneapolis Monday. A tornado that ripped a path from suburban St. Louis Park, Minn., through north Minneapolis killed one person and injured at least 29. (Jerry Holt/The Star Tribune via Associated Press)

EXHUMED: Authorities carried the coffin of former Chilean President Salvador Allende in Santiago, Chile, Monday. The deposed leader’s remains were exhumed for an autopsy to determine whether he committed suicide or was assassinated during the 1973 military coup that ousted him. (Ian Salas/European Pressphoto Agency)

BEACH PATROL: Mounted police patrolled a beach near beachgoers Monday ahead of the G8 summit in Deauville, France. (Pascal Rossignol/Reuters)

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A deadly spring continued in the American South and Midwest as more tornadoes cut swaths of destruction through Missouri and Minnesota. The death toll in Joplin, Mo. was near 100 and expected to rise. As much as 30 percent of the town was damaged. In Minneapolis, a tornado killed one resident as it caused heavy damage and led to school closures and a curfew. The death toll from 2011 tornadoes stands now at 455, the deadliest year for tornados since 1953. -- Lane Turner (24 photos total)
Residents begin digging through the rubble of their home after it was destroyed by a tornado that hit Joplin, Mo. May 22. The tornado tore a path a mile wide and four miles long destroying homes and businesses. (Mike Gullett/AP)

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