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The Week in Photos: Let There Be Light

This is the week that was, in photos…

Image: PA Wire/Press Association Images

THIS IS THE week that was, in photos…

The Week in Photos: Let There Be Light
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    A partially eclipsed full moon sets behind a statue of a Kansa Indian at the Kansas Statehouse in Topeka, Kan. The moment when the moon was completely obscured by Earth's shadow lasted several minutes, making it the shortest lunar eclipse of the century. Source: AP/Press Association Images
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    People take part in a mass pillow fight in Trafalgar Square in London which is being hosted by PETA, to mark International Pillow Fight Day.Source: Jeff Moore/EMPICS Entertainment
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    A full moon is seen as it rises over the New York City skyline seen from West Orange, New Jersey. Source: AP/Press Association Images
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    Egyptian Orthodox Christians celebrate Palm Sunday during a service in the Samaan el-Kharaz Church in the Mokattam district of Cairo, Egypt. For Christians worldwide, Palm Sunday marks Jesus Christ's entrance into Jerusalem, when his followers laid palm branches in his path, prior to his crucifixion. Western Christian churches and most Orthodox Christian churches follow different calendars and observe Easter on different dates. Source: AP/Press Association Images
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    A swan splashes about in a pond in Middlesbrough as the warm weather continues across the UK.
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    Pakistani men bathe in a stream to beat the heat on the outskirts of Islamabad.Source: AP/Press Association Images
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    A Kashmiri fisherman prepares to bring to shore his Shikara, or traditional boat, after a days work at the Dal Lake on the outskirts of Srinagar, Indian controlled Kashmir. Nestled in the Himalayan mountains and known for its beautiful lakes and saucer-shaped valleys, the Indian portion of Kashmir, is also one of the most militarized places on earth.(AP Photo/Dar Yasin)Source: Dar Yasin
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    Impoverished Indians walk next to burning trash after relieving themselves in the open at Dharavi, one of the world's largest slums, in Mumbai, India. Air pollution kills millions of people every year, including more than 627,000 in India, according to the World Health Organization. The WHO puts 13 Indian cities in the world's 20 most polluted. Source: Rafiq Maqbool
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    A seagull enjoys the sunshine on the beach in Broadstairs, Kent.Source: PA Wire/Press Association Images
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    Six year old Kadie Lane strolls through the Daffodils at Warkworth Castle in Northumberland.Source: PA Wire/Press Association Images
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    Jake Messham rides the Messham's Wall of Death at the Rua Red arts centre in Tallaght, Dublin, as part of the exhibition A Matter of Life and Death by Stephen Skrynka which celebrates Ireland's famed Wall of Death, as immortalised in the film Eat The Peach.Source: PA Wire/Press Association Images

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