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Today in Pictures: March 2

See Wednesday's top photos.

Pittsburgh Pirates third baseman Sean Rodriguez flies through the air after Detroit Tigers' James McCann was picked off at third base by catcher Chris Stewart during a spring training baseball game in Bradenton, Fla. Chris O'Meara / AP

U.S. astronaut Scott Kelly reacts after landing near the town of Dzhezkazgan, Kazakhstan. Kelly and Russian cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko returned to Earth after spending almost a year in space in a ground-breaking experiment foreshadowing a potential manned mission to Mars. 

Photos: A Look Back at Kelly's Year in Space

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Children wrapped in blankets stand in a harbor as migrants and refugees arrive on the Greek island of Lesbos after crossing the Aegean Sea from Turkey. The EU on March 2 proposed 700 million euros in emergency aid for Greece and other states as it began to tackle the migrant crisis within its borders like humanitarian disasters in developing countries. So far, more than 131,000 migrants have crossed the Mediterranean to reach Europe this year, UN figures show -- more than the total number for the first five months of 2015. Last year, a million landed on Europe's shores. ARIS MESSINIS / AFP - Getty Images
A young girl holds a child in front of a ruined house in Cizre, Turkey. The stench of death and the smell of gunpowder rose from mounds of rubble Wednesday as residents of the Turkish town of Cizre returned to find many of their homes obliterated amid Turkey's efforts to crush Kurdish militants. At least one body was still lying inside a ruined house. Ayse Wieting / AP
Former professional boxer and coach George Khosi poses for a portrait in the ring at the boxing club in the dilapidated neighborhood of Hillbrow in Johannesburg. GIANLUIGI GUERCIA / AFP - Getty Images
A tourist walks inside the Ice Palace glacier hollow at Hintertux glacier, more than 10,000 feet above sea level, in Zillertal, Austria. The hollow's temperature remains constant at 32 degrees Fahrenheit, in summer and winter alike, and is also used by the University of Innsbruck for scientific research projects. LISI NIESNER / EPA
Amy Hagstrom Miller, left, founder and CEO of Whole Woman's Health, responds to the crowd as she and Nancy Northup, president of the Center for Reproductive Rights, walk down the steps of the Supreme Court. The court appeared sharply divided Wednesday over Texas abortion clinic regulations in its biggest abortion case in nearly a quarter-century. Susan Walsh / AP
German teammates Domenic Weinstein, Kersten Thiele, Nils Schomber and Leif Lampater compete in the Men's Team pursuit qualification during the 2016 Track Cycling World Championships at the Lee Valley VeloPark in London. ADRIAN DENNIS / AFP - Getty Images
French riot police protect themselves from a hailstorm during the demolition of the southern part of the so-called "Jungle" migrant camp in Calais. French demolition workers set about razing makeshift shelters in the "the Jungle" for a third day Wednesday under close watch of dozens of police officers equipped with water cannons. The destruction of the southern half of the sprawling shantytown in the northern port city of Calais, where thousands of migrants and refugees have gathered in the hope of finding passage to England, has sparked often violent resistance from residents. PHILIPPE HUGUEN / AFP - Getty Images

Two women wearing traditional Korean "Hanbok" dresses pose for selfies at Gyeongbokgung palace in central Seoul.  The Hanbok is usually reserved for festive events and special occasions although tourists visiting popular attractions in Seoul can rent the dresses, which are a familiar sight at the palace.  

Tuesday in Pictures: March 1

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