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27 March 2017: Flowers are left on Westminster Bridge in memory of those who died in last week's terror attackDan Kitwood/Getty Images
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29 March 2017: Muslim men hold flowers as they stand in line on Westminster Bridge during an event to mark one week since a man drove his car into pedestrians then stabbed a police officerStefan Wermuth/Reuters
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25 March 2017: Tributes are seen in Westminster following the London terror attackPaul Hackett/Reuters
Westminster Bridge
29 March 2017: A man holds a flower and a message on a placard as he stands in line with others on Westminster Bridge during an event to mark one week since a man drove his car into pedestrians then stabbed a police officerStefan Wermuth/Reuters
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29 March 2017: Andrei Burnaz, boyfriend of Romanian tourist Andreea Cristea, who fell from Westminster Bridge during last week's terrorist attack, holds a flower as he attends a vigil to remember the victimsDan Kitwood/Getty Images
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27 March 2017: Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May and Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon meet in a hotel in GlasgowRussell Cheyne/Reuters
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30 March 2017: Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon works on the final draft of her Section 30 letter to Prime Minister Theresa May formally taking forward a mandate from the Scottish Parliament to hold an independence referendumStuart Nicol Photography/The Scottish Government via Getty Images
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28 March 2017: Prime Minister Theresa May, sitting below a painting of Britain's first Prime Minister Robert Walpole, signs the official letter to European Council President Donald Tusk invoking Article 50 and the United Kingdom's intention to leave the EUChristopher Furlong/Getty Images
Nigel Farage
29 March 2017: Nigel Farage, anti-EU campaigner and former leader of Ukip, stands outside the Houses of Parliament in LondonStefan Wermuth/Reuters
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29 March 2017: Anti-Brexit protesters take part in a demonstration near Parliament as Article 50 is triggered beginning the process that takes Britain out of the European UnionCarl Court/Getty Images
March for Europe
25 March 2017: Demonstrators pass the Houses of Parliament during an anti Brexit, pro-European Union (EU) march in Westminster, LondonChris J Ratcliffe/AFP
Article 50
29 March 2017: An anti-Brexit protester stands in Westminster on the day Prime Minister Theresa May will announce that she has triggered the process by which Britain will leave the European Union, in LondonStefan Wermuth/Reuters
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Road signs around London that have names associated with BrexitLeon Neal and Carl Court/Getty Images
March for Europe
25 March 2017: A performer wearing a halo with the stars of the flag of the European Union attends a 'March for Europe' gathering to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome, which created the precursor to the European Union in Berlin, GermanySean Gallup/Getty Images
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31 March 2017: A model showcase designs on the runway during the 95sy Collection by Chinese designer Deng Zhaoping show during Mercedes-Benz China Fashion WeekLintao Zhang/Getty Images
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29 March 2017: Stormzy performs to a sell-out crowd on the opening night of his tour promoting his Gang Signs and Prayer album at the Olympia Theatre in Dublin, IrelandCharles McQuillan/Getty Images
China Fashion Week
30 March 2017: A girl reacts as a model holds her and presents a creation by Tibetan designer AJ Namo during a fashion show at China Fashion Week in Beijing, ChinaJason Lee/Reuters
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30 March 2017: A child kisses Prince Charles as he arrives at the FARA Foundation in Popesti Leordeni to meet young people and children housed by the charity, during his tour of Bucharest, RomaniaChris Jackson/Getty Images
Abraham Poincheval
29 March 2017: French artist Abraham Poincheval is seen in a vivarium on the first day of his performance in an attempt to incubate chicken eggs, which takes from 21 to 26 days, at the Palais de Tokyo Museum in Paris, FranceGonzalo Fuentes/Reuters
Last day of Wimbledon Greyhound Stadium
25 March 2017: Bookmaker John Henwood works at Wimbledon Greyhound Stadium on the final night of racingJack Taylor/Getty Images
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31 March 2017: Martin Taupau of the Sea Eagles is tackled during the round five NRL match between the Sydney Roosters and the Manly Sea Eagles at Allianz Stadium in SydneyMatt King/Getty Images
ISU World Championships 2017
29 March 2017: Vanessa James of France falls down while competing with Morgan Cipres in the Figure Skating ISU World Championships 2017 in Helsinki, FinlandGrigory Dukor/Reuters
ISU World Championships 2017
29 March 2017: Angelina Kuchvalska of Latvia competes in the ISU World Championships 2017 in Helsinki, FinlandGrigory Dukor/Reuters
Cristiano Ronaldo
29 March 2017: A bust of Cristiano Ronaldo is seen before the ceremony to rename Funchal Airport as Cristiano Ronaldo Airport in Madeira, PortugalRafael Marchante/Reuters
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An earring is pictured on a man with tattoos on his face and neck during the Nepal Tattoo Convention in KathmanduNavesh Chitrakar/Reuters
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30 March 2017: George Lewys, age 5, poses with two Forest Giant Owl butterflies (Caligo eurilochus) at the Natural History Museum's Butterfly HouseJack Taylor/Getty Images
Royev Ruchey Zoo
27 March 2017: A zoo employee carries a rabbit named Chupakabra and Ralf, a one-year old red fox, after a training session which is a part of a programme of taming wild animals for research and interaction with visitors, at the Royev Ruchey Zoo in Krasnoyarsk, SiberiaIlya Naymushin/Reuters
Three legged mini horse
27 March 2017: Derrick Campana kneels beside Angel Marie, a three legged mini horse who wears a prosthetic leg made by Campana, at Animal Ortho Care in Sterling, VirginiaKevin Lamarque/Reuters
Thailand
30 March 2017: A chimpanzee drinks a sweet refreshment as it is sprayed with water on a hot day at Dusit zoo in Bangkok, ThailandChaiwat Subprasom/Reuters
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27 March 2017: Toys adorn the tomb of a pet dog at Wangzai pet cemetery in Wuhan, Hubei province, ChinaWang He/Getty Images
Cherry Blossom
27 March 2017: Women in kimonos take photos under the cherry blossoms along the Tidal Basin on a misty morning in WashingtonKevin Lamarque/Reuters
Cherry blossom
27 March 2017: Cherry blossom is seen along a road in Gui'an new district, Guizhou province, ChinaChina Daily/Reuters
China
26 March 2017: Women pose for pictures on a walkway along a cliff during an event in Chongqing Municipality, ChinaReuters
Vladimir Putin
29 March 2017: Russian President Vladimir Putin visits the cave of Arctic Pilots Glacier in Alexandra Land in the remote Arctic islands of Franz Josef LandAlexei Druzhinin/Reuters
China
28 March 2017: Paramilitary policemen attend a training session in Guigang, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, ChinaChina Daily/Reuters
Cyclone Debbie
31 March 2017: Local residents wade through floodwaters near their homes in the northern New South Wales town of Lismore, AustraliaAAP/Dave Hunt/Reuters
Cyclone Debbie
31 March 2017: Local resident Lennon Bartlett paddles a rowboat through floodwaters in the northern New South Wales town of Lismore, AustraliaAAP/Dave Hunt/Reuters
Mosul
23 March 2017: Displaced Iraqi people shelter from the rain on the street near the city of Mosul, IraqYoussef Boudlal/Reuters
Mosul
29 March 2017: An Iraqi displaced woman cares of her children after arriving to Hammam al-Alil camp in the south of MosulAndres Martinez Casares/Reuters
Mosul
26 March 2017: Displaced Iraqi children, who fled the violence of Mosul are seen at the Hasan Sham camp in the village of Hasan Sham, east of MosulAhmad Gharabli/AFP
Syria
25 March 2017: A Syrian boy cries while being held at a temporary refugee camp in the village of Ain Issa, that houses people who fled Islamic State group's Syrian stronghold RaqqaDelil Souleiman/AFP
Damascus
26 March 2017: Syrian Umm Ahmad, a seventy-three-year old widow, who was displaced from the al-Maliha area, lies in her home in the rebel-controlled town of Kafr Batna, in the eastern Ghouta region on the outskirts of the capital Damascus, SyriaAbd Doumany/AFP
Tauseef Ahmad Wagay
29 March 2017: People react as they sit in a window of a mosque during the funeral of Tauseef Ahmad Wagay, a suspected militant, who according to local media was killed in a gun battle with Indian army in Chadoora, in Yaripora, in south Kashmir’s Kulgam districtDanish Ismail/Reuters
Mosul
28 March 2017: Displaced Iraqis wait to get food supplies as Iraqi forces battle with Islamic State militants, in western MosulSuhaib Salem/Reuters
Mediterranean Sea
30 March 2017: A group of people share their first glimpse of Europe while aboard the former fishing trawler Golfo Azzurro, two days after they were rescued by the Spanish NGO Proactiva Open Arms in the central Mediterranean Sea, as they arrive at the port of Pozzallo in SicilyYannis Behrakis/Reuters
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30 March 2017: Police officers scuffle with protesters demanding the arrest of ousted South Korean President Park Geun-hye, in front of her private home in SeoulChung Sung-Jun/Getty Images
Cadereyta prison riot
27 March 2017: Riot policemen block the main access to the Cadereyta prison as relatives of inmates demand information about their loved ones after a riot broke out at the prison, in Cadereyta, on the outskirts of Monterrey, MexicoDaniel Becerril/Reuters
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30 March 2017: The newest members of the New York City Police Department attend their police academy graduation ceremony at Madison Square GardenDrew Angerer/Getty Images
Gudi Padwa
28 March 2017: People attend celebrations to mark the Gudi Padwa festival, the beginning of the New Year for Maharashtrians, in Mumbai, IndiaShailesh Andrade/Reuters
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29 March 2017: A mechanic from bike share company Ofo Inc stands among thousands of damaged bicycles that were pulled off the streets, at a repair depot in BeijingKevin Frayer/Getty Images

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