Today in Pictures: February 16
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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump poses with a cutout while visiting his campaign office in Greenville, S.C.
Volunteer Fire Chief Sammy Moore and his wife Maryann comfort each other as they look at what remains of their home in Stronghope, Miss. following Monday's storm system that brought destructive winds to areas of central and south Mississippi.
Nuns wave flags as they await the arrival of Pope Francis to celebrate Mass at Venustiano Carranza stadium in Morelia, Mexico. On his one-day trip to the capital of Michoacan state, the Pope will also meet with youth and pay a visit the Morelia cathedral.
Kizza Besigye, the leader of the main opposition Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) and the main opposition candidate, greets supporters as a large group of people follow his vehicle during his last election campaign in Kampala, Uganda.
A fighter from the pro-government Popular Mobilisation units covers his ears as he sets off a rocket launcher in the village of Taz Khurmatu, on the southern outskirts of the northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk, as they try to recapture the nearby village of al-Bashir from Islamic State group jihadists.
A woman walks with an umbrella in the rain past a U.S. flag painted on a building in the Manhattan borough of New York.
Nyakier Kuong, a displaced woman from Bentiu, is pictured at the Protection of Civilians (PoC) site in Bentiu, South Sudan. Nyakier, who has been living in the PoC since 2014, was given this hat by her daughter from Juba last Christmas and wears it despite the searing heat to remind her of her daughter.
Hakim, an Iraqi Kurdish man, works at his workshop beneath the main market of Erbil, the capital of the autonomous Kurdish region of northern Iraq, where he repairs weapons for Kurdish Peshmerga fighters fighting against Islamic State.
An Afghan woman holds a child as she begs on a bridge in Kabul.
Refugees and migrants children line up as they walk along a border fence after they crossed the Slovenian-Austrian border, near the village of Spielfeld, Austria. Austria is making plans for the introduction of border controls at a dozen additional crossings in order to manage the inflow of migrants, Interior Minister Johanna Mikl-Leitner says.