The British protests legal aid cuts, Newsweek's Bitcoin story challenged, Sochi Winter Paralympics and more.
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Dorian Nakamoto, the man that Newsweek claims is the founder of Bitcoin, denied he had anything to do with it in an AP interview Thursday in Los Angeles. He says he had never even heard of the digital currency until his son told him he had been contacted by a reporter three weeks ago.
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Lawyers participate in a rally to protest legal aid cuts across from the Houses of Parliament on Friday in London.
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Dogs and their owners arrive at Day 2 of the Crufts dog show on Friday in Birmingham, England.
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Texas Gov. Rick Perry speaks at CPAC Friday in National Harbor, Md.
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German President Joachim Gauck pays respects at the monument in memory for dozens of villagers massacred by German army troops in 1943, in retaliation for the killing of a German officer by partisans, on Friday at the village of Ligiades in northwestern Greece.
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A woman draped with a Ukrainian national flag looks at flowers and messages left to those killed in recent clashes at Independence Square on Friday in Kiev, Ukraine.
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Biathlete Mykhaylo Tkachenko of Ukraine bears the flag as he enters the stadium during the opening ceremony of the 2014 Sochi Paralympic Winter Games at Fisht Olympic Stadium on Friday in Russia.
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United States' Sharon Day-Monroe holds the shot the women's pentathlon at the 2014 IAAF World Indoor Championships on Friday in Sopot, Poland.
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A worker cleans an election campaign vehicle of the country's ruling Congress party Friday in Hyderabad, India, which will hold national elections from April 7 to May 12.
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Exhaust rises in the air as Mark Fernald heads out Friday from Northeast Harbor, Maine. The official beginning of spring is less than two weeks away but temperatures still remain in the low teens at dawn.