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Herminia Hernandez gathers trash on the beach while volunteering to pick up trash on Earth Day, Tuesday, April 22, 2014, in Miami Beach, Fla. People across the globe held events on Earth Day to celebrate the earth's environment and spread awareness on how to conserve its natural resources.
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A gunman guards during a news conference by Vacheslav Ponomarev leader of the pro-Russian gunmen, alongside a local reporter, in Slovyansk, eastern Ukraine, Tuesday, April 22, 2014. In town after town in the beleaguered east, itÕs hard to tell whoÕs in control - and the situation in Slovyansk is just one of the most dramatic examples. Since the unrest began, pro-Russia insurgents have adopted a strategy of electing so-called peopleÕs leaders: mayors and regional governors who claim to represent the peopleÕs will, despite their questionable background and skills for the job. One reportedly is under criminal investigation, another is an Internet blogger.
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Nearly three dozen sea turtles that were rescued on Cape Cod last fall are released off Florida waters Tuesday, April 22, 2014, in Jacksonville, Fla. The group was transported in a caravan of three cars to the sand dunes of Jacksonville's Little Talbot Island State Park, where three aquarium biologists and six rescue volunteers unloaded the sea turtles in their individual padded plastic crates and placed each one about 30 feet from the breaking waves, the aquarium said in a statement.
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An aerial view shows the Sacramento River and the Tower Bridge, Tuesday, April 22, 2014 in Sacramento, Calif.
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An older member of the Air Force launches a fire cracker during a protest in La Paz, Bolivia, Tuesday, April 22, 2014. Hundreds of low ranking soldiers from Bolivia's Armed Forces marched against the military high command's dismissal of four of its leaders who defended their call for more career opportunities. Soldiers who study three years to be sergeants and then warrant officers want to be given the opportunity to rise in rank, according to Felix Jhonny Gil, president of the National Association of Warrant Officers and Sergeants. The soldiers' wives started a hunger strike in solidarity.