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Today in Pictures: February 10

See Wednesday's 10 best news photos.

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Silvia Ortiz prays after an Ash Wednesday Mass at the Shrine Our Lady of Charity in Miami. Ash Wednesday is the first day of Lent.

Alan Diaz / AP
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Image: Nuns attend a mass during the traditional Ash Wednesday service, at the Metropolitan Cathedral in San Jose

Nuns attend a Mass during the traditional Ash Wednesday service at the Metropolitan Cathedral in San Jose, Costa Rica. Wednesday marked the first day of the 40-day period of Lent during which Roman Catholics are called to make some form of sacrifice, usually by fasting for a short period.

JUAN CARLOS ULATE / Reuters
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Image: U.S. Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio steps into his SUV after getting off his charter plane in Greer, South Carolina

Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio steps into his SUV after getting off his charter plane in Greer, South Carolina.

CARLO ALLEGRI / Reuters
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Image: Black cabs protest against Uber licence in London

Thousands of London black cab taxis block Whitehall during a protest in central London. Black cab taxi drivers are protesting against a decision to grant Uber taxis a private hire licence. Uber has taken a large percentage of black taxis' business over the last few years.

ANDY RAIN / EPA
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Image: Saudi-led airstrikes target a neighborhood in Sana’a

Yemenis inspect a building allegedly destroyed by Saudi-led airstrikes targeting a neighborhood in Sana’a, Yemen. According to reports, two Saudi-led airstrikes targeted a neighborhood in Sana’a, killing five members of a Yemeni family.

YAHYA ARHAB / EPA
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A camel stands in an open field as rainbow appears in a cloudy sky over the southern Israeli Beduin village of Rahat.

Oded Balilty / AP
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An Afghan woman clad in a burqa begs on a roadside in Kabul . Although Afghanistan's economy has reportedly improved, the country still relies on foreign aid for more than 90 percent of national income.

HEDAYATULLAH AMID / EPA
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Image: Denmark fish accident

Thirty-seven tons of fish fell from an overturned truck in Viborg, Denmark. No one was hurt, but the accident caused traffic delays.

Astrid Dalum / AP
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A refugee man passes a baby to a woman from a train window upon their arrival at the transit center for refugees near the northern Macedonian village of Tabanovce. Macedonian authorities are reinforcing a barrier at the country's border with Greece that is designed to limit the number of migrants crossing into the country, accepting people only from war-affected zones who declare Austria or Germany as their final destination.

Boris Grdanoski / AP
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Pope Francis takes off his skullcap during his weekly general audience at St Peter's square in the Vatican.

FILIPPO MONTEFORTE / AFP - Getty Images
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