An employee demonstrates a Blackberry Playbook tablet at a Best Buy store on April 19, 2011 in Chicago, Illinois. The tablets, made by Research In Motion, went on sale today in the United States and Canada.
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Irish Guardsman Bortnill St'Ange is fitted with his ceremonial uniform by Master Tailor Lance Sergeant Matthew Else in the store room at Victoria Barracks on April 21, 2011 in Windsor, England. The Irish Guards returned from active duty in Afghanistan at the beginning of April, and are now preparing for ceremonial duties. Prince William is the Colonel of the Regiment and the Irish Guards will be on duty at the Royal Wedding on April 29, 2011.
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Rebel fighters carefully move into a building where they had trapped government loyalist troops during street fighting on Tripoli Street in downtown Misurata April 20, 2011 in Misurata, Libya. Rebel forces assaulted the downtown positions of troops loyal to Libyan strongman Moammar Gaddafi April 20, briefly forcing them back over a key bridge and trapping several in a building that rebel troops surrounded, firing on the rebels from upper-floor positions instead of surrendering. Fighting continues between Libyan government forces that have surrounded the city and anti-government rebels ensconced there.
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'Bouboule', an English bulldog rests in its hotel room at Actuel Dogs on April 19, 2011 in Vincennes, France. Opened in November 2010 by Devi and Stan Burun, Actuel Dogs is a five-star luxury hotel for dogs with four single rooms and two suites. With the aim of meeting the dogs' needs, the hotel offers activities including doggy walks, doggy rando(hiking), doggy jogs, doggy velo(running next to a bike) and other services such as dog massage. The hotel also caters to the needs of people living in small appartments or who don't have the time to walk their dogs.
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A young family queue for ice cream on Ainsdale beach on April 19, 2011 in Ainsdale, United Kingdom. Weather forecasters are predicting warm and sunny weather for the Easter holiday weekend with many Britons taking extra time off work to get an 11 day break by including the extra bank holiday for the wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton on April 29th.
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Selima Abdullah (L) caresses her youngest granddaughter Heba, who suffered a ripped-open abdomen from shrapnel, after an explosive shell landing near her home during fighting in the besieged city of Misrata two days earlier on April 19, 2011 at a hosptial in Misrata, Libya. Several families were all staying in a house in Misrata, as it was shelled today and some people were injured and taken to hospital as a result. As fighting continues between Libyan government forces and anti-government rebels, thousands of civilians are trapped in Misrata, Libya's third largest city, which has been under siege now for almost seven weeks with conditions showing no sign of improvement.
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Foreign workers from Nigeria, Ghana, and other African countries pile in the back of a truck with their belongings trying to leave the besieged city of Misrata April 18, 2011 as the sun sets on the port in Misrata, Libya. Thousands of foreign workers and Libyans alike are trying to leave war-torn Misrata, as fighting continued between Libyan government forces and anti-government rebels. The Libyan government has come under international criticism for using heavy weapons and artillery in its assault on Misrata, which can cause civilian casualties.