Protesters win victory in Kiev, bombing kills police in Afghanistan, Winter Olympics and more.
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Competitors, from left, Canada's Marielle Thompson, Switzerland's Sanna Luedi, and Australia's Katya Crema take a jump during a women's ski cross quarterfinal at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics on Friday in Russia.
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Police detain people outside Zamoskvoretsky District Court on Friday in Moscow. A Russian court has convicted eight people for their role in a 2012 protest against Vladimir Putin that turned violent, following a trial seen as part of the Kremlin's efforts to stifle dissent.
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Men carry the body of an anti-government protester killed in clashes with the police on Independence Square Friday in Kiev, Ukraine.
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Ukrainian lawmakers celebrate Friday after voting for new laws in parliament in Kiev, Ukraine. In a fast-moving day that could change Ukraine's political destiny, opposition leaders reached a deal with the country's beleaguered president to change the constitution and opened the way for the release of ex-Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko.
Andrew Kravchenko/AP - Pool
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A Hindu pilgrim performs evening rituals at Sangam, the confluence of rivers Ganges, Yamuna and Saraswati, during the annual traditional fair of "Magh Mela" on Friday, Feb. 21, 2014, in Allahabad, India.
Rajesh Kumar Singh/AP
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A People's Liberation Army guard stands in front of a door way during a meeting between U.S .Army Chief of Staff Gen. Raymond Odierno and Fan Changlong, deputy chaiman of the Central Military Commission, on Friday, Feb. 21, 2014, in Beijing.
Lintao Zhang/AP - Pool
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GRAPHIC - Afghan security forces stand near the body of one of the suicide bombers who attacked a police compound Friday in the Surobi district of Kabul, Afghanistan. At least one police officer was killed and two were wounded, according to officials. The Taliban reportedly claimed responsibility for the attack.
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Thai policewomen check their mobile phones as they are free from duty while guarding the Command Management for Peace and Order on Friday in Bangkok after angry farmers driving hundreds of tractors called off a threatened protest at Thailand's main airport. The move offered a reprieve to the country's embattled prime minister and security efforts.
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