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This week we go all over the world, from New York City to Libya. We watch Muammar Gaddafi’s ongoing battle between the rebels trying to overthrow him and those that support him. We check in on the St. Patrick’s Day in Belfast where the Irish faithful come out in all their glory.

As Japan continues on their road to recovery the pictures showing people rebuilding their life reminds us that there is still work to be done.  

It was a great week for pictures and we have the flicks to prove it.

ABOVE: A Libyan woman fires a weapon in the air as people gather to celebrate in the eastern rebel-held city of Benghazi on March 18, 2011.

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Black Wave…

The wave from a huge tsunami crashes over a street in Miyako, Iwate prefecture in northeastern Japan after a magnitude 9.0 earthquake struck on March 11.

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Tears…

A woman cries while sitting on a road in the destroyed city of Natori, Miyagi prefecture, northern Japan, on March 13, two days after a massive earthquake and tsunami devastated the area.

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Arms Of Safety…

Thai soldiers carry children out of an area where suspected Muslim separatists shot dead three Muslim men in the troubled southern province of Pattani on March 15. 

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Cross Colors…

Workers clean up the roadway after a tractor-trailer carrying ink overturned on the ramp from 128 North to 95 North in Peabody, Mass., on March 9.

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Arms Up…

A rebel fighter brandishes his handgun in the eastern Libyan city of Ajdabiya.

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Fearless Leader…

Gaddafi supporters celebrate the recapture of a key town held by anti-government forces.

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Still Turning Heads…

Darlene Larson, 74, poses for a picture during an open call for models at The Wilhelmina 40+ Model Search in New York on March 12. The winner of the contest, which is open to women above age 40, gets a professional makeover and a modeling contract. 

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Irish Leggings…

A girl in shamrock tights joins the St Patrick’s Day celebrations in Belfast, Northern Ireland.