Today in Pictures: February 28
See the best news photos from the past 24 hours.
Church members carry newborn twin girls Bridget Lillian and Brillian Mary to induct them as new members of the Neema (Swahili for grace) indigenous church with an 'Onywole," a celebration for newborns on Feb. 28 in Nairobi, Kenya.
People throw snowballs during a snowball fight flashmob in St. Petersburg, Russia, on Feb. 28.
Supporters listen as Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio speaks at Patrick Henry College in Purcellville, Virginia, on Feb. 28.
A baby cries during a protest by stranded refugees at the Greek-Macedonian border waiting for the border crossing to reopen near the Greek village of Idomeni, on Feb. 28.
Protesting refugees and migrants block a train at the Greek-Macedonia border as they chant "open the borders" in the northern Greek village of Idomeni on Feb. 28,. About 5,500 migrants are braving rainy weather at a tent camp close to the border and another 500 are camped at a gas station 11 miles away.
A Syrian refugee is helped by volunteers to leave a sinking dinghy at a beach on the southeastern island of Lesbos on Feb. 28. Greece is mired in a full-blown diplomatic dispute with some EU countries over their border slowdowns and closures. Those border moves have left Greece and the migrants caught between an increasingly fractious Europe, where several countries are reluctant to accept more asylum-seekers, and Turkey, which has appeared unwilling or unable to staunch the torrent of people leaving in barely seaworthy smuggling boats for Greek islands.
Indian fishermen arrested by Pakistani authorities are held in lock up in Karachi on Feb. 28. Pakistani authorities arrested over 20 Indian fishermen in Pakistan's territorial waters on Sunday. Pakistan and India regularly arrest fishermen in the poorly-marked territorial waters and often remain in jail for years before being set free and repatriated.
An ultra-Orthodox Jew attends the funeral of Lithuanian Ultra-Orthodox leader and head of the Ponevezh Yeshiva religious school, Rabbi Chaim Shlomo Leibowitz, 83, in Bnei Brak, a town near Tel Aviv, on Feb. 28.
Candles surround the body of Rabbi Chaim Shlomo Leibowitz, head of the Ponevezh Yeshiva or Jewish Seminary, before his funeral at his home in Bnei Brak, near Tel Aviv on Feb. 28. Leibowitz died Saturday at the age of 83.
Teams compete at the 7th Annual Lake Louise Pond Hockey Classic on the frozen surface of Lake Louise on Feb. 27 in Alberta, Canada.