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Our top photos from the last 24 hours.

The anti-Uber movement

The drivers of London's famous black cabs brought the center of the capital to a standstill in the latest protest against Uber.

Wild elephant on the loose

A wild elephant went on a rampage before being tranquilized in Siliguri, India, after entering from a nearby forest.

Casualties of Syria

Civilians rehabilitate from injuries suffered in Syria's ongoing civil war at a small clinic in Turkey.

New Hampshire votes

White House hopefuls Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders capture New Hampshire.

Bern-ing man

On the campaign trail with Bernie Sanders.

Syrians stopped at Turkish border

Turkey, already home to 2.5 million Syrian refugees, has kept its frontier mostly closed to the latest wave of fleeing Syrians.

Primary patriotism

Patriotic primary voters display red, white and blue.

Rubio's week since Iowa

A week ago, it looked like the stars were aligning for Marco Rubio. Now, as New Hampshire holds its pivotal primary, he has to hope the sky does not come crashing down on him.

Suicide bombing in Damascus

Several people were killed after a suicide bomber detonated a vehicle in a parking lot in a police officers' club.

Supermassive black holes

Known black holes in galaxies near and far.

REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra

Tunisia: five years after the "Arab Spring"

Returning to where Mohamed Bouazizi set himself ablaze in a suicide protest over unemployment and police abuse that spread revolt across the Arab world.  Full Coverage 

REUTERS/Anna Filipova

Snow, science, solitude

A Norwegian chain of Arctic islands is seeking to turn numbing cold and total winter darkness into a draw for tourists.   Full Coverage 

REUTERS/Andres Martinez Casares

Haiti slaughterhouse

The market of Croix des Bossales, an area that once held a slave market, stands among impoverished Haiti's interim parliament compound, shipping ports, and downtown Port-au-Prince.  Full Coverage 

REUTERS/Jose Cabezas

Death in San Salvador

El Salvador is racked by drug-fueled violence and gang warfare, turning the Central American country into one of the most violent in the world.  Full Coverage