The worlds most tattooed man, Gregory Paul Mclaren, performs as Lucky Diamond Rich during a photo session on March 14 in Vienna, Austria. / AFP PHOTO / APA / HANS KLAUS TECHT / Austria OUT        (Photo credit should read HANS KLAUS TECHT/AFP/Getty Images)

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Pipeline protests in Canada, Hindu rituals in Indonesia and India, and slinging chainsaws in Vienna.

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Britain's Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson (l) and his Polish counterpart Jacek Czaputowicz lay wreaths during a visit to a Battle of Britain bunker in Uxbridge, west London on March 16, 2018.   / AFP PHOTO / POOL / Tolga Akmen        (Photo credit should read TOLGA AKMEN/AFP/Getty Images)

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson (left) and his Polish counterpart, Jacek Czaputowicz, lay wreaths during a visit to a Battle of Britain bunker in Uxbridge, west London on March 16.

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A picture taken on March 14, shows a view of destruction surrounding the Roman Catholic Church of Our Lady of the Hour (l) in the old city of Mosul, eight months after it was retaken by Iraqi government forces from the control of Islamic State (IS) group fighters. / AFP PHOTO / AHMAD AL-RUBAYE        (Photo credit should read AHMAD AL-RUBAYE/AFP/Getty Images)

An aerial view of the old city of Mosul on March 14 showing the destruction surrounding the Roman Catholic Church of Our Lady of the Hour eight months after it was wrested from Islamic State control by Iraqi government forces.

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Photocopies of ballots for one of the two main political blocs holding primary elections at the same time of the parliamentary elections in Colombia, are available at a polling station after the originals ran out, in Medellin, Antioquia Department, Colombia, on March 11.
Colombians went to the polls Sunday to elect a new Congress with a resurgent right, bitterly opposed to a peace deal that allows leftist former rebels to participate, expected to poll strongly. The election is set to be the calmest in half a century of conflict in Colombia, with the former rebel movement FARC spurning jungle warfare for politics, and the ELN -- the country's last active rebel group -- observing a ceasefire.
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Photocopies of primary-election ballots available at a polling station after the originals ran out in Medellín, Colombia on March 11.

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BERLIN, GERMANY - MARCH 09:  (EXCLUSIVE COVERAGE) 2018 Calgary Stampede Princess Jaden Holle poses at the Brandenburg Gate as the group visits Germany to participate in the Internationale Tourismus-Boerse Berlin (ITB) tourism trade fair, where they present Canadian Western culture and First Nation Heritage, on March 9, 2018 in Berlin, Germany. The Calgary Stampede is an annual ten-day rodeo festival in Canada. The event, featuring one of the world's largest rodeos, attracts over one million visitors per year. Each year, an Indian Princess is selected from one of the five nations group of Native Americans as part of the Stampede's 'royalty.'  (Photo by Adam Berry/Getty Images)

Calgary Stampede 2018 Princess Jaden Holle poses at the Brandenburg Gate as her group visits Germany to participate in the ITB Berlin tourism trade fair, where they highlight western Canadian culture and First Nations heritage, on March 9. The Calgary Stampede is an annual 10-day rodeo festival in Canada. The event, featuring one of the world's largest rodeos, attracts over 1 million visitors per year.

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Concepcion Gimenez, physical anthropologist and academic responsible of the "Osteoteca" (osteological collection), at the Anthropology National Museum (MNA), shows the skull of the "Man of Tepexpan" approximately 6,000 years old, in Mexico City, on March 9.
The MNA houses one of the most important osteological collections in the world, with more than 25,000 skeletons, and more than 30 mummies. / AFP PHOTO / RONALDO SCHEMIDT        (Photo credit should read RONALDO SCHEMIDT/AFP/Getty Images)

Anthropologist Concepción Gimenez holds the fossilized skull of the "Man of Tepexpan" at Mexico's National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City on March 9.

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Harriet Prince (r), 76, of the Anishinaabe tribe marches with Coast Salish Water Protectors and others against the expansion of Texas-based Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline project in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada on March 10, 2018.  / AFP PHOTO / Jason Redmond        (Photo credit should read JASON REDMOND/AFP/Getty Images)

Harriet Prince of the Anishinaabe indigenous group marches with Coast Salish Water Protectors and others against the expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline project in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada on March 10.

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View of a tunnel at the construction site of a hydroelectric dam, in Reitoca, Honduras on March 12, 2018.

Lenca indigenous people have been camping by the Reitoca river since January to protest against the construction of a hydroelectric dam in the "Dry Corridor" of Honduras.  / AFP PHOTO / Orlando SIERRA / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY NOE LEIVA	        (Photo credit should read ORLANDO SIERRA/AFP/Getty Images)

View of a tunnel at the construction site of a hydroelectric dam in Reitoca, Honduras on March 12.

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Steel is melted at 3000 degrees Fahrenheit in an electric arc furnace (EAF) at the NLMK Indiana steel mill on March 15, in Portage, Indiana. The mill, which is projected to produce up to 1 million tons of steel from recycled scrap in 2018, is considered a "mini mill" by U.S standards. NLMK Indiana is a subsidiary of NLMK, one of Russia's largest steel manufacturers, responsible for nearly a quarter of Russia's steel production and producing nearly a quarter of the worlds slab steel. Steel producers in the U.S. and worldwide are preparing for the impact of the recently-proposed tariffs by the Trump administration of 25 percent on imported steel.  (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Steel melting at 3,000 degrees Fahrenheit in an electric arc furnace at the NLMK Indiana steel mill in Portage, Indiana on March 15.

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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi (r) and French President Emmanuel Macron pose for photographers at the opening of a solar power plant in Mirzapur on March 12.
French President Emmanuel Macron March 11 pledged hundreds of millions of dollars for solar projects in developing countries, as world leaders met in India to promote greater investment in renewable energy.
 / AFP PHOTO / POOL / Ludovic MARIN        (Photo credit should read LUDOVIC MARIN/AFP/Getty Images)

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and French President Emmanuel Macron pose at the opening of a solar power plant in Mirzapur, India on March 12.

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Anti-Trump protesters rally outside the InterContinental Los Angeles Downtown hotel where U.S. President Donald Trump is spending the night during his first visit to California since taking office on March 13, in Los Angeles, California. Earlier today, the president visited border wall prototypes, addressed Marines and held a high-dollar fundraiser. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)

Anti-Trump protesters rally outside the U.S. president's hotel in downtown Los Angeles on March 13.

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Spanish national police officers attend a protester who had fallen down during a police charge during a protest following the death of a street vendor at Lavapies district in Madrid on March 15, 2018.
Migrants clashed with security forces in central Madrid today following the death of a Senegalese man whom they said was chased through the streets by police. Riot police and firefighters were deployed to Lavapies, a district in the centre of the Spanish capital with a large immigrant population, as angry protesters set fire to dustbins and a motorbike, and threw stones at security forces. / AFP PHOTO / Olmo CALVO        (Photo credit should read OLMO CALVO/AFP/Getty Images)

Spanish national police officers attend to a protester in Madrid's Lavapiés district on March 15.

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Iraqi Kurdish actors perform in a play on March 16, 2018, in Erbil, the capital of the northern Iraqi Kurdish autonomous region, as they commemorate the 30th anniversary of the Iraqi regime's chemical attack on the Kurdish city of Halabja.
Some 5,000 civilians, mostly women and children, were killed in the chemical gas attack by Saddam Hussein's airforce as part of a campaign to crush a Kurdish rebellion. / AFP PHOTO / SAFIN HAMED        (Photo credit should read SAFIN HAMED/AFP/Getty Images)

Iraqi Kurdish actors commemorate the 30th anniversary of the Saddam Hussein regime's chemical attack on Halabja by performing in a play in Erbil on March 16.

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Men fish on the edge of the Bosporus amid a heavy fog on March 11, 2018 in Istanbul, Turkey. (Photo by Chris McGrath/Getty Images)

Men fish along the Bosporus strait amid a heavy fog in Istanbul on March 11.

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Hindu devotees prepare wash their faces with sea water as they pray during the Melasti ritual ceremony at Parangkusumo beach on March 11, 2018 in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.The Melasti ritual is held annually ahead of the Nyepi Day of Silence, a ceremony intended to cleanse and purify the souls of the Balinese Hindu participants. Nyepi is a Hindu celebration observed every new year according to the Balinese calendar. The national holiday is one of self-reflection and meditation and activities such as working, watching television or travelling are restricted between the hours of 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. (Photo by Ulet Ifansasti/Getty Images)

Hindu devotees wash their faces with sea water as they pray during the Melasti ritual ceremony in Yogyakarta, Indonesia on March 11.

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A stroller walks along the beach of Warnemuende near Rostock, northeastern Germany, where waves of the Baltic Sea are lashed by the wind on March 16, 2018.
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A stroller walks along the Baltic Sea in Warnemünde, Germany on March 16.

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A picture taken on March 15, 2018 shows a man wearing red and white cloth tied around his wrists during a demonstration in Bamako organized by Jeunesse Tabital Pulaaku-Mali, the youth chapter of an organization dedicated to preserving the rights of Mali's Fulani people, who have became victims of retaliatory violence after being accused of attacks against farmers in central Nigeria's Plateau state.  / AFP PHOTO / Annie RISEMBERG        (Photo credit should read ANNIE RISEMBERG/AFP/Getty Images)

A man wears red and white cloth on his wrists at a Fulani rights demonstration in Bamako, Mali on March 15.

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DOWNPATRICK, NORTHERN IRELAND - MARCH 11: Marty Burns who plays Saint Patrick is brought to shore past Downpatrick cathedral as the re-enactment of Saint Patrick's first landing in Ireland takes place at Inch Abbey on March 11, 2018 in Downpatrick, Northern Ireland. The Irish annals for the fifth century date Patrick's arrival in Ireland in the year 432. The patron saint of Ireland's remains are believed to be buried at Down Cathedral. Saint Patrick's Day is celebrated on the 17th of March. (Photo by Charles McQuillan/Getty Images)

A re-enactor portraying St. Patrick in Downpatrick, Northern Ireland on March 11.

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Indian Hindu devotees carry holy water on a pot to perform Yagya, a ritual of devotion and worship, in front of a sacred fire to restore peace and harmony across the state over post poll violence in Agartala, the capital of northeastern state of Tripura on March 10, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / Arindam DEY        (Photo credit should read ARINDAM DEY/AFP/Getty Images)

Hindu devotees carry potted holy water to perform a ritual of devotion and worship in front of a sacred fire in Agartala, India on March 10.

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Knud Knudsen (l), 63, delivers the mail from the post office on Pellworm Island to the nearby Hallig Suederoog Islet on March 10, on Pellworm, Island, Germany. (Alexander Koerner/Getty Images)

A mailman takes his delivery from the post office on Pellworm island to nearby Süderoog in the North Sea's German Bight on March 10.

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Seagulls gather on the "Love Beach" at Los Cabos, Baja California Sur state, Mexico on March 10 (DANIEL SLIM/AFP/Getty Images)

Seagulls gather on Lover's Beach in Los Cabos, Mexico on March 10.

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A rope remains tied to a tree at the scene of an apparent suicide in Aokigahara forest, on March 13, 2018 in Fujikawaguchiko, Japan. Aokigahara forest lies on the on the northwestern flank of Mount Fuji and in recent years has become known as one of the world's most prevalent suicide sites. The density of the forest is believed to be a contributing factor with people often tying string to trees to find their way back to a path in case they change their mind. In 2010, officials recorded more than 200 attempted suicides in the forest with attempts said to increase during the end of the Japanese fiscal year. In recent years, local officials have stopped publicising the numbers in an attempt to decrease Aokigahara's association with suicide.  (Photo by Carl Court/Getty Images)

A rope remains tied to a tree at the scene of an apparent suicide in Aokigahara, the "suicide forest," in Fujikawaguchiko, Japan on March 13.

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A man wearing a mask of Tengu, a legendary creature in Japanese folklore, holds a flaming torch during a ceremony held ahead of the Tsunan Sky Lantern event on March 10, in Tsunan, Japan. About 2,000 lanterns were released at the event which began in commemoration of victims of the earthquake that hit the region March 12, 2011 and has grown to attract tourists marking the end of the town's snow season, known as one of the heaviest snowfall areas in Japan. (Photo by Tomohiro Ohsumi/Getty Images)

A man wearing a mask of Tengu, a legendary creature in Japanese folklore, holds a flaming torch during a ceremony held ahead of the Tsunan Sky Lantern event in Tsunan, Japan on March 10.

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Patrons enjoy the privacy of the "Intelligence" spy themed bar near the famous KGB and current FSB building on Lubyanka square in Moscow on March 15. (MLADEN ANTONOV/AFP/Getty Images)

Patrons enjoy the privacy of the spy-themed bar near the Federal Security Service building in Moscow's Lubyanka Square on March 15.

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This photo taken on March 15, shows jeans artistically displayed at a textile exhibition in Shanghai. /AFP/Getty Images

Jeans artistically displayed at a textile exhibition in Shanghai on March 15.

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The worlds most tattooed man, Gregory Paul Mclaren, performs as Lucky Diamond Rich during a photo session on March 14 in Vienna, Austria. / AFP PHOTO / APA / HANS KLAUS TECHT / Austria OUT        (Photo credit should read HANS KLAUS TECHT/AFP/Getty Images)

The worlds most tattooed man, Lucky Diamond Rich, performs in Vienna, Austria on March 14.

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