Al Hilal soccer team players celebrate with the trophy after clinching the Saudi Zain Premier League. Al Hilal defeated Ettifaq in their match at King Fahd Stadium in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, on Thursday.
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Michael Kandler (l.) and Thomas Ulrich (r.) measure the sand tiger shark Sharkline at the sea center in Burg, Germany, on Thursday. The center was conducting its annual inventory with some 1,500 marine animals from 250 species living there.
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Andy Murray of Britain reacts after winning a point against Marin Cilic of Croatia in their semi-final match at the Australian Open tennis tournament in Melbourne on Thursday.
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Panda cubs from the Wolong Giant Panda Reserve Center in Sichuan, China are seen at the Shanghai Zoo on Thursday. Ten giant panda cubs, all born after the deadly earthquake that hit China's Sichuan province in 2008, were sent to the zoo for this year's World Expo.
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Ghanaian Olympic skier Kwame Nkrumah-Acheampong skis through a gate during a photo opportunity at the Snow Center in Hemel Hempstead, England. Nkrumah-Acheampong, known as the Snow Leopard, will compete in the slalom and giant slalom in the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver.
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A supporter of China's Li Na watches her semi-final match against Serena Williams at the Australian Open Tennis Tournament in Melbourne, Australia, on Jan. 28.
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A model presents a creation by Pilar Vera during the International Flamenco Fashion Show in Seville, Spain, Thursday.
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Fans try to get the attention of football players for autographs as they leave the NFL's AFC football practice at the Pro Bowl on Thursday in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
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Cuban school children carry a flag during Thursday's celebrations of the 157th birth anniversary of Cuban independence hero Jose Marti, in Havana.
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Band members of the National Cadets Corp (NCC) march during a parade in New Delhi, India, on Thursday. Founded in 1948, the NCC is an organization composed of the army, navy, and air force to support and promote patriotism among Indian youths.
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The press are briefed on weapons and suspects apprehended after an early morning police operation in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, on Thursday. The new government of Porfirio Lobo began its first day ordering police raids in the capital city as a way to combat high crime rates.
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Indonesian protesters shout slogans during a rally marking the 100th day since President Yudhoyono's second term in Jakarta, Indonesia, on Thursday. Thousands of Indonesians rallied across one of the world's most corrupt nations to demand that the government take action to end widespread corruption and violence among politicians, police, and other public officials.
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Damaged buildings are flooded by the Vilcanota river near Machu Pichu in Cuzco, Peru, on Thursday. Hundreds of tourists faced sleeping outdoors or in train carriages near Peru's ancient Incan city as they wait to be airlifted out after flooding and mudslides stranded them.
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A South Korean woman walks past a second hand electronics shop in Seoul, South Korea, on Thursday as TVs broadcast President Barack Obama's State of the Union address.
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Survivors of Haiti's earthquake wait to get rice from Argentinian UN troops at the Cite Soleil in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, on Thursday. The International Monetary Fund said Wednesday it will disburse $114 million to Haiti by Friday to help the government get back on its feet and restart the economy devastated by the earthquake.
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Residents ride their bicycles across a street amid heavy fog in Hefei, China, on Jan. 28.