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Journalists in Zaman's Ankara and Istanbul offices; China's National People's Congress begins; An estimated half a million people attend the Mardi Gras festival in city of Sydney.
(Photo: Turkish riot police use water cannon and tear gas to disperse supporters at Zaman daily newspaper headquarters in Istanbul. Credit: ZAN KOSE/AFP/Getty Images)
Brazilian police detained former president Lula in corruption probe; Mediterranean people-smugglers; why has Canada sold all of its gold reserves?
Photograph shows Brazil"s former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva speaks during a press conference at the Workers Party headquarters in Sao Paulo. (Credit: Associated Press)
What can history tell us about the likelihood of a Trump presidency?; Following the Russians in Northern Syria; New cancer discovery.
(Photo: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump greets reporters in the spin room following a debate sponsored by Fox News at the Fox Theatre on March 3, 2016 in Detroit, Michigan. Credit: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
How Donald Trump is picking up voters angry at the state of the economy; An activist describes life in Raqqa; A bromance lasting 15 years between a bear, a tiger and a lion.
(Photo: Former presidential candidate Mitt Romney speaking at the Hinckley Instutite of Politics on the campus of the University of Utah; Credit: EPA/Tom Smart)
David Kilcullen, chief strategist in the Office of the Coordinator for Counter-terrorism between 2005 and 2006, on the West's counter-terrorism strategy; Former Republican governor of New Jersey, Christine Todd Whitman, on the Republican plan to stop Donald Trump; The piano on which Ralph Vaughan Williams' wrote some of his most famous pieces has been restored.
(Photo: U.S. Army 10th Mountain Division soldiers walk across the tarmac as they prepare to enter a Chinook helicopter March 13, 2002 at the Bagram Air Base near Kabul, Afghanistan. Credit: Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
United Nations votes to impose toughest sanctions yet on North Korea; Eddie Izzard on 27 marathons in 27 days for charity, and as a homage to Nelson Mandela; Bob Dylan's secret archive to go on show in Tulsa.
(Photo: Kim Jong-un visits factory in Pyongyang; Credit: Reuters / KCNA)