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Today in Pictures: April 1

See the best photos from Friday.

New police officers embrace at the end of the New York City Police Department Police Academy graduation ceremony, on April 1, 2016, at Madison Square Garden in New York. Mary Altaffer / AP

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau talks with U.S. President Barack Obama during the closing session of the Nuclear Security Summit, focusing on the Counter-ISIL campaign, in Washington.

KEVIN LAMARQUE / Reuters

Villanova's Mikal Bridges shoots during a practice session for the NCAA Final Four college basketball tournament in Houston.

Eric Gay / AP

Flames erupt from an apartment building following an explosion on Rue de Berite in Paris. A gas explosion caused minor injuries to five people, according to police sources.

DOMINIQUE FAGET / AFP - Getty Images

A woman with a child sits in front of their tent at a makeshift camp for migrants and refugees at the Greek-Macedonian border near the village of Idomeni, Greece.

MARKO DJURICA / Reuters

Palestinians climb over a tree as they watch a cultural carnival organized by Gaza Municipality in Gaza City.

MOHAMMED SALEM / Reuters

Syrian army soldiers stands on the ruins of the Temple of Bel in the historic city of Palmyra, in Homs Governorate, Syria. The Fakhreddin's Castle is seen in the background.

OMAR SANADIKI / Reuters

Moses Lodou, from Magwi county, South Sudan, recovers with his new prosthesis at the Physical Rehabilitation Reference Centre (PRRC), in Juba South Sudan. Moses Lodou, father of four children, was injured by a landmine near his hometown during the war between Sudan and South Sudan in 1996 and his left leg was amputated.

The PRRC, together with two other centers in Wau and Rumbek, is run by the Government of South Sudan and supported by the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC). These are the only places in the country that give care to victims of amputations and provide prosthesis to them. More than two decades of armed conflict between North and South Sudan left a deadly legacy of unexploded ordnance, especially mines. The civil war that started in December 2013 has in turn also increased the number of victims of landmines.

ALBERT GONZALEZ FARRAN / AFP - Getty Images

A man lays a flower as religious leaders attend a ceremony organized by the Belgian Muslim Executive at a memorial site for the victims of the Brussels attacks at the Place de la Bourse in Brussels, Belgium.

Geert Vanden Wijngaert / AP

Republican presidential candidate, Ohio Gov. John Kasich, left, takes a moment to pray with Bryce Bashore, 16, right, of Harrisburg, Pa., and his mother Amy Anderson after speaking at a town hall, at the Antique Automobile Club of America Museum in Hershey, Pa.

Julio Cortez / AP