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02/04/2015 - Artists perform in central Saint Petersburg to mark April Fools' Day

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02/04/2015 - A woman wearing a traditional "Mantilla" coverchief stands during the "Cristo de los Gitanos" (The Gypsy) brotherhood parade, an Easter procession in Granada

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02/04/2015 - Lufthansa CEO Carsten Spohr (L) and Germanwings CEO Thomas Winkelmann lay a wreath near a memorial to the victims of the Germanwings Airbus A320 crash, in the small village of Le Vernet, French Alps

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02/04/2015 - The FIFA 2015 Women's World Cup Trophy is unveiled by officials in Ottawa, Canada at a news conference

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02/04/2015 - An Afghan shopkeeper sits in his carpet shop as he waits for customers in the courtyard of the Hazrat-e-Ali shrine

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02/04/2015 - Taichi practitioners practice their martial art at sunrise in front of the financial district of Lujiazui in Shanghai

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02/04/2015 - A man installs shark-shaped balloons enclosed in a plastic globe in a water fountain in Nice

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02/04/2015 - Militarized police commandos patrol in the Mare shantytown in Rio de Janeiro

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02/04/2015 - A sandstorm blows over Kuwait City as the Meteorological Department issued a warning saying that wind speed could reach over 70 kilometres per hour

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02/04/2015 - A man mourns by a memorial of flowers and candles in front of the Joseph-Koenig-Gymnasium secondary school in Haltern am See, western Germany, from where some of the Germanwings plane crash victims came

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