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Our top photos from the last 24 hours.

Battle for Yemen

Recent images from the ongoing conflict in Yemen.

Mother's Day in prison

Peruvian mothers permitted to have their children stay in prison with them attend a Mother's Day ceremony.

India's endangered Tea Tribes

Unrest is brewing among Assam's so-called Tea Tribes as changing weather patterns upset the economics of the industry.

On the UK campaign trail

Scenes from a knife-edge election.

Migrant landing

Migrants arrive in Sicily after a deadly journey across the Mediterranean.

Here's Huckabee

Mike Huckabee announces he will run for president in 2016.

Unrest in Burundi

Police and protesters clash as the president decides to run for a third term, a move critics say violates the constitution.

Mini Waterloo

Waterloo enthusiast Willy Smout says he spent 40,000 hours and around 150,000 euros over the past 40 years to recreate the 1815 Battle of Waterloo.

Extreme multiples

When facial massages, barbecues and bikinis draw a crowd.

Smuggled animals

From cockatoos in water bottles to fish under a dress, some of the exotic animals that are illegally trafficked around the world.

REUTERS/MHM/Georgiy Samsonov

Battleground Berlin

A Russian army photographer's views of the battle for Berlin, and the same views today.   Full Coverage 

REUTERS/Damir Sagolj

The legacy of Agent Orange

As the 40th anniversary of the end of the Vietnam War approaches, people in Vietnam with severe mental and physical disabilities still feel the lingering effects of Agent Orange.  Full Coverage 

REUTERS/Handout/Vladimir Pirogov

Soviet veterans of World War Two

As the world marks the 70th anniversary of the end of World War Two, Reuters photographers capture portraits of Red Army veterans.  Full Coverage 

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China's online hostesses

In China's online hostessing world, men can find virtual company and women can find riches.  Full Coverage 

REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji

Bedrooms of the remembered

Nearly a year after the Sewol ferry disaster, many of the grieving parents have left their lost children's bedrooms intact, unable to put away mementos and items of daily use.  Full Coverage