April 20: Day in pics

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Finance minister Pranab Mukherjee speaks at a news conference during the spring International Monetary Fund (IMF)-World Bank meetings in Washington. Reuters/Yuri Gripas

Finance minister Pranab Mukherjee speaks at a news conference during the spring International Monetary Fund (IMF)-World Bank meetings in Washington. Reuters/Yuri Gripas

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A child goes through a textbook printed in Hindustan Times and gifted to him by a reader. Hindustan Times is distributing over 10 lakh textbooks with its newspapers

A child goes through a textbook printed in Hindustan Times and gifted to him by a reader. Hindustan Times is distributing over 10 lakh textbooks with its newspapers

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Protesters outside the Rio Tinto AGM at the Queen Elizabeth II conference centre demonstrate against the company's sponsorship of the London 2012 Olympic Games. Mining unions have urged the London 2012 Olympic committee to drop resources giant Rio Tinto as its medals supplier and official sponsor due to an ongoing dispute with workers in Canada. (AFP/Justin Tallis)

Protesters outside the Rio Tinto AGM at the Queen Elizabeth II conference centre demonstrate against the company's sponsorship of the London 2012 Olympic Games. Mining unions have urged the London 2012 Olympic committee to drop resources giant Rio Tinto as its medals supplier and official sponsor due to an ongoing dispute with workers in Canada. (AFP/Justin Tallis)

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Mahmoud Ali inspects his destroyed car during a sandstorm after a car bomb explosion in Haifa Street, Baghdad, Iraq. A wave of morning bombings across several cities on Thursday, killing and injuring dozens of Iraqis, police said, shattering weeks of calm in a reminder of the nation's continued insurgency. (AP Photo/Karim Kadim)

Mahmoud Ali inspects his destroyed car during a sandstorm after a car bomb explosion in Haifa Street, Baghdad, Iraq. A wave of morning bombings across several cities on Thursday, killing and injuring dozens of Iraqis, police said, shattering weeks of calm in a reminder of the nation's continued insurgency. (AP Photo/Karim Kadim)

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Anjali Gopalan, child and animal rights activist, has been shortlisted in this year's list of Time Magazines's 100 most influential people in the world. HT Photo/Jasjeet Plaha

Anjali Gopalan, child and animal rights activist, has been shortlisted in this year's list of Time Magazines's 100 most influential people in the world. HT Photo/Jasjeet Plaha

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Tom Furlong, Vice President of Site Operations at Facebook, points out servers during a tour of the new Facebook Data Center in Forest City, North Carolina. (AFP/Rainier Ehrhardt)

Tom Furlong, Vice President of Site Operations at Facebook, points out servers during a tour of the new Facebook Data Center in Forest City, North Carolina. (AFP/Rainier Ehrhardt)

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New York police spokesman Paul Browne holds up an original Etan Patz missing person poster while speaking to reporters near an apartment building in Soho. Police officers and FBI agents began tearing apart a New York City basement Thursday as part of a decades-old investigation into the disappearance of 6-year-old Etan Patz, who disappeared May 25, 1979, after leaving his family's Manhattan apartment for a short walk to catch a school bus. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)

New York police spokesman Paul Browne holds up an original Etan Patz missing person poster while speaking to reporters near an apartment building in Soho. Police officers and FBI agents began tearing apart a New York City basement Thursday as part of a decades-old investigation into the disappearance of 6-year-old Etan Patz, who disappeared May 25, 1979, after leaving his family's Manhattan apartment for a short walk to catch a school bus. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)

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Neymar of Brazil' Santos challenges Pablo Escobar of Bolivia's The Strongest during their Copa Libertadores soccer match in Santos. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker

Neymar of Brazil' Santos challenges Pablo Escobar of Bolivia's The Strongest during their Copa Libertadores soccer match in Santos. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker

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Apple's new iPad is displayed at a branch of KT, a Korean distributor of iPhones and iPads, in Seoul. The new iPad went on sale in tech-savvy South Korea, about one month after it made its international debut. (AFP/ Jung Yeon-Je)

Apple's new iPad is displayed at a branch of KT, a Korean distributor of iPhones and iPads, in Seoul. The new iPad went on sale in tech-savvy South Korea, about one month after it made its international debut. (AFP/ Jung Yeon-Je)

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Members of a Thai bomb squad unit inspect a damage roadside caused from a bomb attack by separatist militants in Narathiwat province. AFP/Madaree Tohlala

Members of a Thai bomb squad unit inspect a damage roadside caused from a bomb attack by separatist militants in Narathiwat province. AFP/Madaree Tohlala

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Uruguay's Penarol's Rodrigo Mora, left, celebrates with teammate Uruguay's Penarol's Maximiliano Perez after scoring during a Copa Libertadores soccer match in Montevideo, Uruguay. (AP Photo/Matilde Campodonico)

Uruguay's Penarol's Rodrigo Mora, left, celebrates with teammate Uruguay's Penarol's Maximiliano Perez after scoring during a Copa Libertadores soccer match in Montevideo, Uruguay. (AP Photo/Matilde Campodonico)

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Fire fighters try and douse out a fire at the the main market square of Darjeeling town. HT Photo/Amitava Banerjee

Fire fighters try and douse out a fire at the the main market square of Darjeeling town. HT Photo/Amitava Banerjee

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