Friday in Pictures: February 5
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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton departs a campaign stop during a snow storm in Manchester, N.H.
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders is seen through a video camera viewfinder as he speaks during the Politics and Eggs event in Manchester, N.H.
Pedestrians watch the sunset on the shore of Lake Zug, Switzerland.
Emergency workers converge at the scene of a collapsed crane in a roadway in lower Manhattan in New York City. The accident killed at least one person and seriously injured two according to the New York City Fire Department.
A man carrying belongings on his head looks on as Syrians fleeing the northern embattled city of Aleppo wait in Bab-Al Salama, next to the city of Azaz, northern Syria, near Turkish crossing gate. Nearly 40,000 Syrian civilians have fled a regime offensive near Aleppo, a monitor said, as Turkey warned it was bracing for a wave of tens of thousands of refugees.
Syrian newlyweds Nada Merhi and Hassan Youssef have their wedding pictures taken in a heavily damaged building in the war ravaged city of Homs. A Syrian photographer thought of using the destruction of Homs to take pictures of newly wed couples to show that life is stronger than death.
The box containing the corpse of Saint Pio da Pietralcina is carried inside St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican. Saint Pio is widely venerated in Italy and abroad. He is famous for bearing the stigmata, which are the marks of Christ, and was canonized by Pope John Paul II in 2002. He died on Sept. 23, 1968.
U.S. skier Martin Lentz falls as he rides the wild face of "l'Aiguille Pourrie" during a stage of the Swatch Freeride World Tour in Chamonix.
A dead sperm whale lies on Hunstanton beach in Norfolk, eastern England. This is the second sperm whale be beached on Hunstanton Beach and the sixth whale that the UK Coastguard has dealt with on beaches in eastern England over the two weeks.
Volcanic lightning is seen at an eruption of Mount Sakurajima, in this photo taken from Tarumizu city, Kagoshima prefecture. The Japanese volcano about 30 miles from a nuclear plant erupted on Friday, Japan's Meteorological Agency said, sending fountains of lava into the night sky.