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A young woman uses a pad in a stand on the opening day of the 41th edition of the Buenos Aires International Book Fair, in Argentine.

Afghan youth check their height and weight during the weekly Friday pastime at Bagh-e-Babur in Kabul.

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People join mothers from around the US, who lost their children to police brutality, and protest at the Million Mom March in Washington, DC. The march, organized by Mothers for Justice, was a call to action in the wake of recent murders by police officers around the country.2

A Yemeni youth stands amid the wreckage inside his house near the residence of ex-President Ali Abdullah Saleh, following reported air strikes on the residencies, in the capital Sanaa. Saleh, who stepped down in February 2012 following a year of deadly nationwide protests against his three-decade rule, is accused of siding with Shiite Houthi insurgents who have rebelled against UN-backed President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi.1

Workers sort books in a stand on the opening day of the 41th edition of the Buenos Aires International Book Fair, in Argentine. The Buenos Aires Book Fair is one of the busiest book expos in the world and the top among Spanish-speaking countries.3