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  1. Mudslide volunteers

    Niki Stinson and her son, Mack, bow their heads at home in Oso, Wash. The family's home has become a stopover point for family and friends volunteering to help those affected by the devastating mudslide. (Lindsey Wasson/Seattle Times/MCT)
  2. Jewish center shootings

    U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder speaks Thursday at a service in Overland Park, Kan., for victims of Sunday's shooting at a Jewish center. (Tammy Ljunglbad/Kansas City Star/MCT)
  3. Weapon pickup

    The Gioia Tauro port in southern Italy as seen in February from nearby hills. The port, nicknamed the Cathedral of the Mafia, will be where a U.S. military ship picks up the most dangerous parts of the Syrian chemical weapons arsenal. (Claudia Himmelreich/MCT)
  4. NHL playoffs

    The puck bounces of the Anaheim Ducks' Matt Beleskey, middle, for a second-period goal against the Dallas Stars during Game 1 of the opening round of playoffs at the Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif., Wednesday. (Michael Goulding/Orange County Register/MCT)
  5. Biking Vietnam

    Wounded Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans Yancy Baer (left) and Chris Rosebrock (center) bicycle down the Hai Van Pass in central Vietnam as part of a recent six-day, 320-mile trip to raise money for Vietnam veterans who want to return for the first time since the war, but who cannot afford to make the trip. (Drew Brown/MCT)
  6. China bears

    An Asiatic black bear looks out from a cage at the bear farm operated by Flower World in the southern Chinese city of Nanning, March 2014. Government-run Flower World agreed this week to convert its facility into a bear sanctuary. That means its occupants will never again face the risks posed by bear bile extraction for traditional medicine in China. (Courtesy of Animals, Asia/MCT)
  7. Flamingos

    Zoo Miami's communications director, Ron Magill, captures one of the zoo's flamingos for temporary relocation on the zoo's grounds in Miami Thursday. The zoo plans a new entrance that will include a state-of-the-art home for the birds. (Patrick Farrell/Miami Herald/MCT)

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