Novak Djokovic of Serbia kisses the trophy after defeating Andy Murray of Britain in during the men's singles final at the Australian Open tennis championship in Melbourne, Australia.
A Kashmiri man carries his daughter as he walks on a snow-covered road closed due to heavy snowfall at Qazigund in Anantnag district.
The Australian Team pose for a photo with the trophy after defeating England in the final of their one day international cricket match in Perth, Australia.
Particpants take part in a Cancer Awareness Walk in Saroornagar Indoor Stadium in Hyderabad.
Firefighters work to put out a blaze at a library of the Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow. A fire at one of Russia's largest libraries has been raging for the second day destroying thousands of rare documents.
Australia's Mitchell Johnson celebrates after taking the wicket of England's James Taylor during their one day international cricket match in Perth, Australia.
Middleweight Anderson Silva draws a fist across the face of Nick Diaz during their fight at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
Pro-democracy activists carry a banner depicting Hong Kong Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying during a march to Central, demanding for universal suffrage in Hong Kong.
Kim Sears, fiancee of Andy Murray of Britain, applauds before his men’s singles final against Novak Djokovic of Serbia during the men's singles final at the Australian Open tennis championship.
Martina Hingis of Switzerland, and Leander Paes of India hold trophy after defeating Kristina Mladenovic of France and Daniel Nestor of Canada in the mixed doubles final at the Australian Open tennis championship in Melbourne.
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A reveler and a child street vendor pose for a photo during the Banda de Ipanema Carnival parade in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
This photo provided by NASA, A Delta 2 rocket carrying the Soil Moisture Active Passive, SMAP ,satellite launches from Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif.
An Indian child, wearing a mask as preventive measures against swine flu, is carried by an adult inside Gandhi Hospital premise in Hyderabad.
Pablo Iglesias, center right, leader of Spanish Podemos (We Can) left-wing party, smiles as he marches to give a speech at the main square of Madrid during a Podemos (We Can) party march in Madrid, Spain.
Bahraini anti-government protesters, some carrying national flags, stand behind makeshift shields facing riot police during clashes in a street full of tear gas in Bilad Al Qadeem, Bahrain.
2014 FedEx Air & Ground Player of the Year Awards winners Aaron Rodgers and Le’Veon Bell at the “4th Annual NFL Honors” awards show at Symphony Hall in Phoenix, Ariz.
A woman walks to the market with her statue of baby Jesus, to have it fitted with a special gown for the upcoming Candlemas celebrations, in Cuajimalpa, on the western edge of Mexico City.
An Equatorial Guinea soccer fan watches during the African Cup of Nations quarter final soccer match between Equatorial Guinea and Tunisia in Bata, Equatorial Guinea.
Canadian artists Catherine Audy and Alexis Trudel, known as the Duo Catalexi, perform on the stage of the Phenix circus in Paris, as part of Tomorrow’s Circus World Festival.
Anna Pogorilaya, of Russia, skates during her free program at the European Figure Skating championships in Stockholm, Sweden.
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